The development zone is approaching carbon neutrality
Minhang Economic and Technological Development Zone, the National Model Industrial Park, is stepping up efforts to become a zero-carbon model industrial park by 2030. The development zone has set the goal of zero carbon emissions by 2011, towards which it has always progressed. because.
By the end of 2021, it had completed the formulation of the plan regarding the construction of a zero-carbon demonstration park, clarifying the implementation path and key tasks to achieve carbon neutrality, and proposing an evaluation system and supporting policies and measures.
During the year, he led a series of projects in the area to reduce pollution and carbon emissions.
For example, the installation of centralized heat pipelines by China Huadian, the renovation of the ecological park in the area, the addition of a batch of public charging stations and the installation of a distributed photovoltaic installation in the buildings of existing factory.
Meanwhile, the Development Zone is actively calling on businesses to join the carbon reduction campaign.
Major multinational manufacturing companies such as ABB and Siemens are striving to build model zero-carbon factories. Braun AG, a leading manufacturer of home appliances, aims to fully recycle its packaging materials by 2030.
Johnson & Johnson partners with energy management experts Schneider Electric to conduct an energy efficiency audit and assessment to unlock the potential for energy saving and emission reduction. Mitsubishi Elevator builds a digital system to realize the visualization of carbon emission detection and evaluation.
“It’s like a long-term struggle to get to zero carbon. Belonging to the first group of national economic and technological development zones, the Minhang Economic and Technological Development Zone will make low-carbon development a top priority,” according to the Zone. “We will contribute methods to achieve zero carbon emissions that can be replicated in other industrial parks.”