Participating in the GX League to achieve carbon neutrality
Daicel Corporation (Headquarters: Kita-ku, Osaka, President: Yoshimi Ogawa) announced that the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry’s “GX League,” which will start full-scale operation from fiscal 2023, aims to realize a carbon-neutral society through
industry-government-academia collaboration. (Note 1).
In the long-term vision “DAICEL VISION 4.0” (Note 2), the Group has set the goal of “contributing to the creation of a recycling-oriented society”, and is aiming to achieve carbon neutrality in 2050. With the mid- to long-term goal of reducing annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 50%, we are optimizing production processes through an autonomous production system based on Daicel production innovation, developing innovative technologies, and We are working on the introduction of clean energy. In addition, by expanding this concept and method to the entire supply chain using DX, we are proposing to promote energy conservation and GHG emission reduction throughout the entire production process beyond the company. Furthermore, we aim to decarbonize the entire value chain by building a biomass value chain that realizes a lasting industrial ecosystem through the co-creation cycle of primary and secondary industries.
Towards the realization of carbon neutrality in 2050, the direction of the GX League, a system in which companies taking on the challenge of GX (Green Transformation) collaborate with governments, educational institutions, and financial institutions, and the direction of our group’s activities. We have decided to participate in the “GX League” because we are a match.
Going forward, the Group will continue to contribute to the
realization of a sustainable global environment, including carbon neutrality, by reducing the environmental impact of the entire value chain.
(Note 1) GX League establishment preparation official website https://gx-league.go.jp
(Note 2) DAICEL VISION 4.0
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Daicel Corporation Participating in the GX League to achieve carbon neutrality