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Hitachi Astemo CO2 emissions reduced by 18%
at factories and offices in FY2022 vs FY2010

Tokyo, October 20, 2023 – Hitachi Astemo, Ltd. (“Hitachi Astemo”) is committed to reducing CO2 emissions at its factories and offices, aiming for a 50% reduction by FY2024 and 80% by FY2027 compared to FY2010.

In FY2022, Hitachi Astemo’s CO2 emissions from factories and offices totaled 1,030,000 tons. Benefiting from the installation of solar power generators, Hitachi Astemo approximately saw an 18% reduction from the total FY2010 CO2 emissions of 1,254,000 tons. The figure comprises the total CO2 emissions of the four companies that merged in January 2021 to form Hitachi Astemo: Hitachi Automotive Systems, Keihin, Showa, and Nisshin Kogyo.

Hitachi Astemo is committed to technological innovation and business development for sustainable growth through a strategic business operations by comprised of the Electrification Business Management Division, the Chassis & ICE Management Division and the Motorcycle Business Division. Hitachi Astemo will contribute to a better global environment with electric powertrain systems and highly efficient internal combustion engine management systems that reduce emissions, and improve safety and comfort with autonomous driving, advanced driver assistance systems and advanced chassis systems. Hitachi Astemo will contribute to a sustainable society and improved quality of life by providing world-leading advanced mobility solutions that satisfy our customers.

Company Profile

Hitachi Astemo, Ltd.
Head Office: Shin Otemachi Building, Otemachi 2-chome, 2-1, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Business: Development, manufacture, sales and service of machinery and equipment and systems for automotive parts and transportation and industrial use

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