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CDP A List 2023: Ecohz’ clients recognised for climate leadership

The prestigious list includes companies that excel at understanding, disclosing, and mitigating climate impacts. The strategies they use are diverse.

Written by Ecohz
Published on 14 February 2024
Written by Ecohz
Published on 02 February 2024

CDP, the leading environmental impact disclosure platform, released its prestigious A List 2023, which recognises companies at the cutting edge of transparency and performance on climate change, deforestation, and water security globally. Ecohz congratulates its clients, who make up 7.5% of the 346 companies that achieved an A score in the Climate Change category. 


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Getting on the CDP A List: how Ecohz helps companies slash emissions


Asahi Beverages, Signify and thyssenkrupp are among Ecohz’s clients included in the A List for understanding, disclosing, and mitigating climate impacts. Ecohz helps them address carbon emissions by tailoring renewable energy procurement and decarbonisation strategies.


Asahi was the first Japanese beverage company to join RE100, committing to use 100% renewable electricity. The group collaborated with Ecohz to establish the first-ever Power Purchase Agreement in Poland for a planned wind farm without state subsidies, covering 100% of Asahi’s Polish breweries' electricity needs.


Signify collaborates with Ecohz to source certified and high-quality Energy Attribute Certificates (EACs) for its global operations, following RE100 and CDP technical guidelines. In partnership with Ecohz, Signify was the first international company to secure renewable electricity in the Gulf region with solar energy. Ecohz also expanded Signify's supply to the Australia/Oceania region for the first time. 


thyssenkrupp Automotive Technology, one of the five business segments of the German business group thyssenkrupp AG, collaborates with Ecohz to transition to 100% renewable electricity across its global operations in 2024. By switching to renewables, thyssenkrupp Automotive aims to reduce 90% of its Scope 1 and 2 emissions worldwide, including in countries such as Germany, China, the US, and Mexico.

Can Ecohz assist with CDP reporting?

Ecohz offers an Energy and GHG Reporting Service to help companies disclose their energy consumption and energy-related emissions according to global sustainability standards, including CDP.

Our team guides organisations in answering the Energy and Emissions sections of the CDP questionnaire. By providing specialised advisory or taking care of the reporting duties, Ecohz simplifies data crunching, guarantees coherency, and ensures maximum attention to detail. 

Ecohz also provides dedicated guidance for RE100 members to fulfil the highly detailed requirements outlined on the CDP questionnaire.

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