Ericsson has joined The Pathways Coalition, a group of innovative companies representing the infrastructure, utilities, transportation and retail sectors, with the ambition to accelerate decarbonisation of heavy transport and reach the objective of zero CO2 emissions latest by year 2050 or earlier, in line with The Paris Agreement. Find out how Ericsson will support the coalition with its unique expertise here.
Perceptions and actions around climate and the role of ICT in living sustainably. Representing the views of 900 million people in 12 countries, this study focuses on the attitudes of consumers towards sustainability challenges and how technology could help them make a greater impact. Learn more in the latest Ericsson ConsumerLab report.
At the ceremony of signing a grant agreement by the Minister of Environment and Energy Tomislav Ćorić, PhD, the Director of the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund Dubravko Ponoš and the 77 users, the decision on financing selected proposals submitted under the “Increasing Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources in Manufacturing Industries” call for proposals in the framework of the “Competitiveness and Cohesion” Operational Program 2014-2020, was officially confirmed. On this occasion, Ericsson Nikola Tesla was awarded a maximum of HRK 20 million for a complex and valuable project, which will eventually result in savings amounting to over 4.6 million kWh and in a reduction in CO2 emissions by nearly 1400 tonnes on a yearly basis.
International Bled Water Festival has once again proven to be an excellent platform for connecting various public and private organizations and experts in the field of preservation and sustainable use of water. The awards given in several categories – corporate, national, and individual projects – have revealed the best innovations and practices related to water as well as projects that should be followed. The award for large companies went to Ericsson Nikola Tesla.