Henkel’s Chennai plant is carbon-neutral

Henkel’s Adhesive Technologies’ plant in Chennai has achieved carbon neutrality, marking a significant milestone in the company’s ambitions to become climate positive across its global operations by 2030. The Adhesive Technologies factory in Tuzla (Turkey) and the Chennai production site are the first two Henkel facilities across the India, West Asia and Africa region to be carbon-neutral.

The switch to zero-carbon footprint was achieved at the Chennai plant by drawing electricity from on- and offsite renewable energy sources, along with the deployment of energy-efficient solutions such as LED lighting, smart motion sensors and natural lighting.

Henkel will transform all of its production sites in India into carbon-neutral sites by 2030, sourcing 100% of its electricity from renewable sources, and reducing the use of fossil carbon sources through state-of-the-art technologies.



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