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Anniken Test has been sourcing electricity that is 100% renewable, and tracked through EACs.

Anniken's Renewable Energy Sourcing Philosophy

Besides promoting more sustainable solutions in every aspect of their operations, NXP is also fully committed to a number of different sustainability and ESG related targets. In 2022, NXP published their carbon neutrality commitment and submitted a commitment letter to the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), and developed a comprehensive roadmap for their path to a more sustainable way of operating. In 2022, NXP had a total of 35% renewable energy use, with a 50% target set for 2027. Likewise, their 2027 target of 35% reduction in scope 1 and 2 carbon footprint (2021 Baseline) is supported by procuring EACs from World Kinect Energy Services from power producers in China, Thailand, Malaysia and Norway.

The production of renewable electricity is certified by Energy Attribute Certificates (EACs). These are the accepted legal instrument through which claims of renewable energy generation and consumption are substantiated in the global renewable energy market. There are different types of EAC for different regions of the world, and they are all in compliance with the quality criteria set by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol in the latest Scope 2 guidance document.

Locations

Consumption Years

2023
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Alex Photovoltaic Solar Complex

Alex Photovoltaic Solar Complex

The Alex Photovoltaic Solar Complex, located in Ceará, Brazil, has an installed capacity of 360 MWp thanks to nine photovoltaic generating plants and 811 000 solar panels. It thus has the capacity to provide approximately 1 million people with electricity and prevents 1.8 million tons of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere.
  • Brazil
  • Solar
  • Local impact
  • New plant
Border Solar Norte

Border Solar Norte

Border Solar Norte is a photovoltaic solar plant located in northern Mexico, in the state of Chihuahua, the municipality of Juárez. With a capacity of 150 MWac, the plant generates 456.5 GWh per year.
  • Mexico
  • Solar
  • New plant
Einunna

Einunna

Einunna power plant is located in Folldal, Hedmark County. The power plant was built in 1955 and was refurbished in 2019. Einunna is located in the river with the same name and is part of the river system Glommavassdraget, Norway’s largest drainage system. Installed capacity is 9,6 MW, annual output 61 GWh.
  • Norway
  • Hydro
2022
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Borregaard

Borregaard

The Borregaard hydropower plant is located at the Sarpsfossen waterfall in Norway. With an installed capacity of 51 MW, Borregaard has an annual production of 250 GWh.
  • Norway
  • Hydro
  • Re-investment
Funna

Funna

Funna receives water from a 341 meter drop from Funnsjøen (Photo). The plant is built inside the mountain and has a vertical Francis turbine. The original plant was from 1937 but it was modificated in 2007, the annual production is 70 GWh.
  • Norway
  • Hydro
  • Re-investment
Danish wind

Danish wind

Denmark currently has the highest proportion of wind power in the world. With close to 7 000 MW of installed capacity, Denmark produces over half of its electricity from wind.
  • Denmark
  • Wind
2009
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Kolsvik

Kolsvik

The power station is located in the municipality of Bindal, Norway. Kolsvik is a reservoir plant. Construction was completed in 1979 and it has an annual production of 536 GWh.
  • Norway
  • Hydro
  • Re-investment
Mika

Mika

The wind turbine Mika is located on the Kökar island in Finland and was installed in 1997. It has a yearly production of 1.3 GWh of clean electricity, which means that it has the capacity to fulfil almost half of the island's electricity needs.
  • Finland
  • Wind
  • Environmental impact
Malalane Sugar Cane Mill

Malalane Sugar Cane Mill

Malalane Sugar Cane Mill in South Africa was commissioned in 1967 and has a capacity of 1.8 million tons of cane per season. This mill sustains whole communities as it provides primary and secondary employment.
  • South Africa
  • Biomass
  • Environmental impact

Projects

Café Lumiere: Madagascar

Installation of a multi-service platform based on solar energy specially designed for isolated rural areas in Madagascar.

The Project is fully funded.
(No funding was raised for this project through TrackMyElectricity©.)

Solar energy for community resilience in Nepal (SECURE)

Over 2 750 people in three villages in Surkhet, Nepal, are still living with the impact of the 2014 floods. The project aims to increase community resilience to economic and climatic stresses in this rural off-grid community through the use of innovative renewable energy technology.

Project funding is secured.

Solar power for emergency hospital in Ukraine

The project “Solar power for the Cherkasy third emergency hospital (Ukraine)” is part of the Solar Aid for Ukraine initiative. The solar panels will not only provide renewable and sustainable energy to an emergency hospital in the Ukrainian city of Cherkasy, but they will also result in significant savings for the hospital.