On its way to climate neutrality in 2035, voestalpine Automotive Components Bunschoten has reached another milestone. In a remarkable joint effort, the Dutch voestalpine company was able to achieve certification of its carbon footprint.

With solar panels installed over an area the size of eight soccer fields, voestalpine Automotive Components Bunschoten in the Netherlands generates millions of kilowatt hours of solar power. This covers a significant portion of the company’s electricity requirements, serving to actively reduce their CO2 emissions.

The task of minimizing the Metal Forming Division’s CO2 footprint is proceeding. The Environmental Product Declaration for phs products is yet another important step. 

iFIX, the photovoltaic system produced by voestalpine Automotive Components Schwäbisch Gmünd, now has a directional aspect. Now no longer only facing South, it follows the sun on its path from East to West, allowing it to generate more green electricity.