Fujitsu is a major provider of IT products and solutions, headquartered in Japan. It employs roughly 2,700 people in Australia.
100% Renewable Electricity Commitment by 2030
Fujitsu has set a target to secure 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2050. Greenpeace Australia Pacific is currently seeking clarification as to whether Fujitsu has plans to meet this target at an earlier date in Australia.
Power Purchase Agreement
Fujitsu has announced a power purchase agreement covering 30% of its Australian electricity use from CWP Renewables’ 270MW Sapphire Wind Farm in northern New South Wales. The contract is set to begin providing the company with wind power from June 30, 2022.
However in New Zealand Fujitsu has been using 100 per cent renewable energy in its operations since April 2020
Fujitsu has installed a 249-panel solar system on its Queensland data centre at Eight Mile Plains, which will provide 148MWh of energy annually. The system was installed by indigenous owned and controlled renewable energy company, Bunjil Energy.
Company Pollution Information
Fujitsu Australia ranked #114 on the list of the largest electricity users in Australia in 2018-19.
Telecommunications, Tech and IT
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