Kyocera Document Solutions says it's achieved 100% renewable energy at its two main production sites for multi-function products and printers in Vietnam and China.

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KYOCERA Document Technology Vietnam combines R & D functions with the production of multifunction machines and printers, while KYOCERA Document Technology (Dongguan) operates as a production base for multifunction machines, printers and OPC drums.

“By switching all previous electricity used at these two locations, instead to electricity with Environmental Value Certificates, we have achieved 100% renewable energy,” Kyocera said.
Vietnam_Plant_100.jpgKyocera's Vietnam Plant

China_Plant_100.jpgKyocera China

“In addition, Kyocera Document Solutions aims to achieve 100% renewable energy at all production plants by using a combination of energy-saving production facilities, installation of renewable energy, and solar power generation facilities at all other production sites, including those in Japan. In addition, to promote self-procurement of green energy, we will gradually expand solar power generation facilities. As a result, it is estimated that all production sites will be able to provide approximately 8.5GkWh of electricity per year by 2026.

solar_panels_installed_Mie_Tamaki_plant.pngSolar panels on Kyocera's Mie Tamaki plant, Japan

“Our company has set long-term environmental targets based on the goals of the Paris Agreement, which sets an international framework for combating global warming,” Kyocera said. “One of these targets is to achieve 100% renewable energy at all Group sites by 2030 through implementation of concrete measures such as installing solar power generation facilities, and obtaining environmental value certificates.

“In order to contribute to the progress and development of humanity and society, we will continue to support the sustainable development of our customers' businesses by defining LIVING TOGETHER as the axis of all corporate activities at Kyocera.”

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