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Germany seeks climate protection companies

Companies that are exemplary in their efforts to save energy and CO 2 can apply for membership in the pioneering initiative as climate protection companies, the German government has said.

Svenja Schulze
German Environment Minister, Svenja Schulze

The Federal Ministry for the Environment, the Federal Ministry of Economics, the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce and Climate Protection Companies are seeking application for indigenous companies of all sizes and sectors, who see themselves as role models for climate protection and energy efficiency because of their achievements and objectives.

Environment Minister, Svenja Schulze, said: “Climate protection companies show that sustainable business and economic success belong together. Their best practices motivate other companies to join the pioneer initiative. We need more committed people to reach our climate protection goals. Therefore, my request: Apply as a climate protection company!”

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Federal Minister of Economics, Peter Altmaier, added: “We need lighthouse companies for energy efficiency and climate protection. Because who saves energy, saves costs. And that increases competitiveness. Companies therefore have an interest in being a pioneer in climate protection. Be part of it and show with which innovative ideas your company promotes the energy transition and climate protection.”

The lighthouse character of the initiative is confirmed by DIHK President, Dr. Ing. Eric Schweitzer, who said: “The climate protection companies are an example of the opportunities in the green economy and how diverse entrepreneurial commitment can be for more climate protection.”

Jan Eschke, Chairman of Climate Protection Companies, noted: “Our motto is: thinking ahead, living ahead! We work out success stories and recipes, are policy partners and present our members in public formats. In addition, the companies benefit from the mutual exchange of successful energy efficiency and CO 2 savings projects. Our common goal is to grow to 50 climate protection companies throughout Germany by the end of 2020.”

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