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In its 75th year of operation in India, Hitachi Energy plans to plant 75,000 plants across the country

7 June 2024: At Hitachi Energy, we believe World Environment Day should never be restricted to just one day. It is a continual process that requires effort, vigilance, and commitment, and, as part of Hitachi Energy, we should continuously do our bit for the environment in whatever way we can.

As part of Hitachi Energy’s ongoing celebrations for completing 75 years in India, the company is initiating a major tree-planting campaign to promote sustainability and a greener future. Over these 12 months, 75,000 tree saplings will be planted across educational institutions, government office campuses, and community spaces. This project will involve government schoolchildren, partner institutes, and our employees, who will green public community spaces and private properties.

The entire initiative is divided into two phases: in the first phase, the company aims to complete 45,000 saplings, and the remaining 30,000 saplings in the second phase.

This initiative underscores Hitachi Energy’s commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship. Engaging local communities and educational institutions in this project will not just help with speedy implementation but also foster a culture of sustainability and inspire future generations to take active roles in protecting our planet. Planting 75,000 saplings is not just a symbolic gesture but a tangible step towards a greener future. At Hitachi Energy, we believe collaborative efforts are critical to urgent climate action, as the challenge today is bigger than one individual, one company, or even one nation.

This initiative is part of Hitachi Energy’s broader commitment to environmental stewardship and community engagement. In addition to planting trees, Hitachi Energy’s team of volunteers will visit 75 schools to conduct training on “Sustainability & Energy Transition” and encourage female students to pursue STEM courses. The company also aims to provide 75,000 units of green energy (via solar power) to communities, underscoring our dedication to a sustainable and greener future.

At present, the initiative is spread across three states: Karnataka (Tamil Nadu), Tamil Nadu, and Gujarat, with efforts underway to expand to other geographies.


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