Global power leader Cummins Inc. took another step on the company’s zero emissions solutions strategy by closing on the acquisition of a 50% equity interest in Momentum Fuel Technologies from Rush Enterprises, Inc.
The joint venture between Rush Enterprises and Cummins will seek to enhance production of near-zero emissions natural gas powertrains by manufacturing Cummins-branded natural gas fuel delivery systems for the commercial vehicle market in North America.
Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) announced approval of their entire line of diesel generator sets for use with paraffinic fuels (EN15940), including hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO), when used in standby applications. This announcement comes as part of Cummins overall commitment to develop innovative solutions that enable decarbonization, and proactively advance the company’s current technology to achieve industry leading emissions.
Four of the world’s five largest car manufacturers have not signed a deal to eliminate new car emissions by 2040.
The offending quartet - Volkswagen, Toyota, the Renault-Nissan alliance, and Hyundai-Kia – have not showed their support to the pledge which is to be announced at COP26 today, despite months of pressure from the UK.
By signing the agreement, the signatories have pledged to end the sale of new cars that produce emissions in “leading markets” by 2035, and globally by 2040.
Global power leader Cummins Inc. has been accepted into the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Climate Challenge, one of 35 members pledging to reduce their scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 50% within 10 years.
Scope 1 emissions include direct emissions owned or controlled by an entity. Scope 2 covers indirect emissions from the generation of purchased electricity, steam, heating and cooling.
Excerpts from the 2021 Medtronic Integrated Performance Report
Reducing our environmental footprint and using resources responsibly helps preserve precious natural capital, reduces our operating costs, and maintains positive relationships with our stakeholders.
We are committed to implementing policies and responsible practices to minimize operational impacts on the environment and play our part in safeguarding the planet. Guided by our Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Policy, we focus on using resources responsibly and reducing the energy, emissions, water, and waste footprints of our operations.
“At that vital summit, the world must honor the promises made here in Paris six years ago.”
At the end of the month, world leaders will gather for the most critical climate conference of our generation. This year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow decides the future of emissions and international cooperation on climate, but some questions remain: Who will commit? And with everything at stake, will it be enough?
At Enbridge, we’re committed to bridging society to a lower-emissions future. We’ve set goals to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050. And to get there, we’re embracing new technologies, modernizing our equipment, lowering the carbon intensity of the energy we deliver, and pioneering cleaner energy sources.
onsemi has committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2040 and we are implementing an aggressive strategy to reach this goal. But what does net zero mean? How does this compare to what our competitors and other companies are doing around climate change?