Digital paper technology manufacturer E Ink has pledged to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040.
Its three-phase plan to reach its goal includes achieving 40% renewable energy use by 2025 and 100% renewable use to implement the RE100 target by 2030.
The company has implemented several measures to reduce emissions – including boosting energy efficiency and promoting sustainable technologies – and has also conducted an investigation to assess the greenhouse gas generated by all its sites globally.
Johnson Lee, Chairman of E Ink said: “The impact and threat of climate change on the environment will be a challenge faced by the world. As a global citizen, E Ink has implemented a zero carbon emission plan on manufacturing and operation and is also committed to carbon reduction throughout ePaper technology development and product design. Focusing on even lower energy consumption and material use allows the low carbon and energy saving ePaper technology to realise its environmentally friendly potential.
“We are also working with our ecosystem and supply chain partners to take actions on reducing their carbon emissions to fulfil our responsibilities as global citizens through the net zero carbon emission initiatives.”