Reaching 100% renewable and fossil-free energy by 2030

The renewable and fossil-free origin of our purchased and used energy is clearly aligned with our strategic sustainability goals. It also falls in line with our societies transitioning to renewable energy resources.

Significant parts of our operations are already today consuming electricity from renewable and fossil-free sources. By increasing our share of renewable energy, our customers, employees and society will benefit.

We are committed to reach 100% renewable and fossil-free energy by 2030. 

Swegon commits to set net-zero emission targets according to SBTi

As we navigate among the challenges of today's climate crisis, it is imperative to recognize our role and actively engage in quick, effective and transformative actions. At Swegon, we have therefore committed to set near- and long-term company-wide emission reduction targets in line with science-based net-zero with the SBTi.

Our journey to net-zero is not just about reducing emissions, it is about redefining our relationship with the environment, to create value for our customers and to ensure a sustainable future for all.

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is a collaboration between CDP, the United Nations Global Compact, World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). The SBTi defines and promotes best practice in science-based target setting and independently assesses companies’ targets.

Increasing the use of sustainable materials in our products and processes 

Resource efficiency to us is not just a matter of cost efficiency, it contributes to reducing our impact on the natural environment. Avoiding, reducing and reusing are central aspects of using our planetary resources. On top of that, it is our ambition to provide circular solutions for our products as well as integrating recycled resources in our production processes. We have compiled a few examples of pilot projects.


Read more about our pilot projects