This is how Ørsted kicked off climate talks with its key suppliers

Ørsted is in the process of having its suppliers, including shipping companies, reduce their carbon emissions. Without this, the energy major will not be able to realize its own 2040 target. So far, Ørsted has begun talks with 28 of its biggest suppliers, says the company in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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Danish energy company Ørsted has spent large parts of 2020 launching a climate target that largely affects the many producers and shipowners that service the company on a day to day basis.

The plans were announced back in February, when Ørsted publicly set a target of making its combined climate footprint carbon neutral by 2040, an ambition that includes the company's supply chain.

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