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Fujitsu, Ridgelinez Unveil Services to Cut CO2 Emissions

Fujitsu has also been promoting active introduction and management of renewable energies via international initiatives like RE100(3) and the acquisition of the EPEAT eco-label.

Fujitsu Limited and Ridgelinez Limited have launched new services to strengthen cooperation and deliver services that contribute to the resolution of environmental issues as set out in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Fujitsu Ridgelinez ServicesAs a first step, the two companies will offer new services that provide robust support for customers in the Japanese market in achieving their sustainability objectives, ranging from the formulation of management strategies to the implementation of measures to contribute to the SDGs.

This includes both consulting services to help customers in the Japanese market in realizing their Sustainability Transformation (SX) starting from January 2022, and services to measure and visualize CO2 emissions in customers’ supply chains starting from December 24, 2021.

A rollout of services to measure and visualize customers’ CO2 emissions to the global market is planned in the future.

The consulting services will be provided by Ridgelinez, a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited offering consulting and DX services, and will include support for customers in integrating ESG into their sustainable management strategies and in realizing carbon neutrality to achieve zero CO2 emissions.

During its initiatives to go carbon neutral, Fujitsu has been visualizing and disclosing data about the Group’s CO2 emissions (including those from its supply chain) and has set concrete targets to reduce its CO2 emissions based on the SBT.

Fujitsu has also been promoting active introduction and management of renewable energies via international initiatives like RE100(3) and the acquisition of the EPEAT eco-label.

Fujitsu will leverage this accumulated know-how to offer tools that empower customers to measure, visualize, disclose, and reduce not only direct CO2 emissions but also indirect emissions in their supply chains.

This latest offering demonstrates how the Fujitsu Group will continue to promote “Sustainable Manufacturing,” accelerating the creation of secure and resilient supply chains and a circular economy to achieve carbon neutrality and to support growth that contributes to the harmonious coexistence of people and the earth. Fujitsu’s commitment to Sustainable Manufacturing represents one of seven Key Focus Areas under its business brand, Uvance.

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