Cummins: A pioneer in actively responding to climate challenges

On June 28, 2011, Cummins announced that the company had exceeded its commitment to 25% of greenhouse gas emission reductions to the Climate Leaders project. The project was initiated by the U.S. Federal Environmental Protection Agency and was widely participated by well-known U.S. companies.

As a participant in the government-enterprise cooperation project, members of the climate leader project must complete the GHG emissions inventory within their own companies based on the quality management system, formulate active emission reduction targets, and make annual progress reports to the US Federal Environmental Protection Agency.

Cummins joined the program in 2006 and set a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 25% from 2005 to 2010. By the end of 2010, the company actually achieved a 28% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

“Cummins believes that business practices can play a positive role in climate change,” said John Wall, vice president and chief technology officer of Cummins Inc. (John Wall). “This is a good thing and it will be of great benefit to our business development. It is also correct. Things are worth doing. Achieving our goals is not only good for the environment, it also saves Cummins more than $20 million a year."

“We have created a culture and established a complete energy efficiency system. This has become an important part of our business operations,” said Ignacio Garcia, vice president and chief manufacturing officer of the company. “Our global energy efficiency team Nearly 300 energy conservation projects were implemented across 7 specific energy topics with an average return on investment of 50%.In addition, we also trained a large number of energy conservation champions to guide energy efficiency project leaders around the world to find and implement low-cost Even cost-free energy projects save money for their respective regions."

Cummins' extensive energy efficiency initiatives include efficient lighting system upgrades, power management systems, high-efficiency motors, pumps and fans, compressed air system optimization, heating and cooling upgrades, and energy recovery between engine tests. Energy efficiency has become an indispensable part of Cummins Global Environmental Management System. It has been implemented in 69 operating locations around the world and has become a key force in promoting environmental improvement initiatives in various regions.

“We sincerely congratulate Cummins on the achievements of the Climate Leaders Program in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.” Beth Craig, Acting Director of the Office of Atmospheric Affairs of the US Federal Environmental Protection Agency, said: “This result shows that Cummins is not only the industry leader, but also It is a pioneer in actively responding to the challenge of climate change."

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