Mitsubishi Electric Named to CDP’s Climate and Water A Lists

Environmental activities recognized for second consecutive year

Electric Corporation
(TOKYO:6503) announced today that CDP, a global
disclosure system that encourages companies and cities to manage their
environmental impacts, has given Mitsubishi Electric its highest rank,
the A List, in two categories, climate and water, for the second
consecutive year.

Mitsubishi Electric’s recent initiatives to mitigate climate change

  • Reduction of CO2 emissions from products by incorporating
    energy-efficient power semiconductors and by offering solutions for
    overall systems that deliver high energy-saving performance, such as
    net-zero energy buildings and net-zero energy houses.
  • Reduction of CO2 emissions from production activities by
    harnessing IoT and other state-of the-art technologies.

Mitsubishi Electric’s recent initiatives to preserve water resources

  • Decreased water use and increased water reuse by conducting water-risk
    assessments to prioritize global manufacturing sites that most needed
    to strengthen their water-risk measures.
  • Continuous development of technologies and systems for water
    management and purification, including a water-treatment technology
    utilizing a membrane separation bioreactor that uses ozonized water
    and another water-treatment technology based on a gas-liquid interface
    electrical discharge.

Under its Environmental
Vision 2021
plan, Mitsubishi Electric is contributing to low-carbon,
recycling-based societies and increased respect for biodiversity.
Mitsubishi Electric aims to become a “global, leading green company”
that offers sustainability, safety, reliability and comfort by reducing
the environmental impact of its products and services, production
processes in its global value chain, and infrastructure throughout

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