Chemours Receives Two Awards from US Department of Energy’s Better Plants Program
Chemours Company was honored with two awards from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) through its Better Buildings, Better Plants Initiative, recognizing partners for outstanding accomplishments in energy efficiency and emissions reduction.
April 17, 2023. By News Bureau
The Chemours Company was honored with two awards from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) through its Better Buildings, Better Plants Initiative, recognizing partners for outstanding accomplishments in energy efficiency and emissions reduction.
Chemours received the Better Practice Award, presented to partners for innovative and industry-leading accomplishments in implementing and promoting practices, principles, and procedures of energy management, for its corporate roadmap to addressing Scope 1 emissions by reducing fluorinated organic compound (FOC) process emissions.
Chemours also received the Better Project Award, recognizing partners for outstanding achievements in implementing energy, water and waste projects at individual facilities, for boiler optimization at the Louisville Works site in Louisville, Kentucky. This project reduced Chemours greenhouse gas emissions by 1,200 metric tons of CO₂e per year.
“We are honored to be recognized by the Department of Energy for our hard work and incredible achievements reducing our Scope 1 emissions and improving our site energy efficiency,” said Dr. Amber Wellman, Chemours’ Chief Sustainability Officer. “When we announced our Corporate Responsibility Commitment goals in 2018, we made a commitment to ensuring our essential chemistries are made responsibly. This recognition shows we are doing just that, and we will continue to advance our commitments to meet the world’s demands for better, safer and more sustainable products.”
“Partners in the Better Plants Challenge are sharing their success and innovation to accelerate their energy efficiency. The Better Project and Better Practice awards highlight unique efforts to make meaningful headway in reducing energy, water, waste and greenhouse gas emissions,” said Carolyn Snyder, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency at the U.S. Department of Energy.
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