Medium- to Long-Term Targets

The Fujitsu Group participates in the following initiatives with the aim of making the Fujitsu Climate and Energy Vision—its medium- to long-term environmental vision—a reality.

Approval by Science Based Targets (SBT) Initiative


In August 2017, the reduction targets of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from its business facilities and a part of value chain, set by Fujitsu Group, was approved by Science Based Targets (SBT) initiative as being at science based level. The SBT initiative was established in 2015 jointly by a number of organizations, including the World Resources Institute (WRI) and UN Global Compact. It encourages companies to set goals for reducing GHG emission based on scientific evidence, in order to limit the global temperature increase to less than 2°C over pre-industrial revolution temperatures.


  • To reduce GHG emissions from our business facilities by 33% by FY 2030 and 80% by FY 2050 in comparison to FY 2013.
  • To reduce GHG emissions from our business value chain (purchased goods and services, and the use of sold products) by 30% by FY 2030 in comparison to FY 2013.

Joining RE100 as Japan’s First Gold Member

In July 2018, Fujitsu joined RE100, which strives to significantly expand the adoption of renewable energy at a global scale, as Japan's first Gold Member. RE100 is an international initiative led by The Climate Group in partnership with CDP and consists of companies committed to source 100% of the electricity they use from renewable sources.

The Fujitsu Group will consider the appropriate steps for each region and expand its procurement of electricity from renewable sources at locations in Japan and around the world, starting with data centers outside Japan. The Group will concurrently continue its work on R&D and technology trials for energy management and storage, and contribute to the spread of renewable energy in society as a whole.

Renewable Energy Electricity Usage Goals at Fujitsu Group Locations

  • Goal:100% by 2050
  • Intermediate Goal:40% by 2030


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