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Fighting climate change

With the COP26 underway, the world is at a most decisive moment of climate action. Although EFD Induction work to provide heat, we are also dedicated to keeping the 1.5-degree goal within reach.

As world leaders are gathered at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glascow, we all hope that decisions will be agreed upon to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement.

Countries are being asked to come forward with ambitious 2030 emission reductions targets to reach net zero by the middle of the century. In order to deliver, they will need to speed up the switch to electric vehicles and encourage investments in renewable energy.

CEO EFD Induction - Bjørn Eldar Petersen“EFD Induction wholeheartedly supports these targets which align perfectly with our own ambitions for the future”, says CEO Bjørn Eldar Petersen. “In recent years, we have established ourselves as the world’s leading supplier to the wind turbine industry and are going all in to deliver induction heating solutions for electric vehicles.”

Environmental sustainability is at the core of EFD Induction’s operations, namely providing safe and smart heating solutions that contribute to the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Induction technology is in itself green, requiring a minimum of energy and giving very little pollution compared to other heating alternatives. EFD Induction’s products are designed to contribute to high energy efficiency. They are cost effective, safe and durable, and thereby reducing pressure on natural resources, including water.

“We consider environmentally sustainable business conduct as an opportunity to ensure long-term growth and a necessity to reach the objectives set out in the Paris Agreement”, Petersen says. “We sincerely hope that the COP26 meeting will lead to concrete action to tackle the climate crisis through collaboration between governments, businesses and society as a whole. At EFD Induction we are ready to do our part.”