We want
to be successful.
But not on the costs of our children.

The Climate change has been the greatest challenge for humanity ever since the end of the Ice Age. At the World Climate Conference in Paris, 197 states agreed that the average Temperature increase has to be kept under 2 degrees.

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Climateneutral to Koyoto

We voluntary compensate our emissions. Strictly according to the Kyoto Protocol!

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has conclusively shown that the avoidance of Emissions would only make 0.6% of the annual added value, whilst the elimination of consequential damages would cost much more.

 

At Daily, we are aware of our special responsibility as a company to subsequent generations and have had our climate impact quoted from the company Fokus Zukunft GmbH & Co. KG. Not only our company emissions, but also those of our products and the persons supported by us in Sport- and Culture sector where taken into this calculation.

On the basis of the current data, the footprint of our company is about 7,200tons of CO2 per year. As an illustration: Each citizen generates an average of about 10 tonnes of CO2 per year due to his lifestyle. The balanced amount of greenhouse gases CO2 corresponds to the greenhouse gases, which about 720 inhabitants of Austria produce in one year.

 

Our declared goal is now to achieve a substantial reduction of the emissions through an ambitious package of measures. Furthermore we compensate the emissions of our company by purchasing 7,200 CO2 certificates. With this money two particularly effective and high-quality climate protection projects in developing and newly industrialising countries get supported. So exactly where there are massive stimulations needed to expand renewable energy needs!


Here you can find more information on the projects we support:

 

Félou Regional Hydropower Project
UNFCCC CER 

Name 

Félou Regional Hydropower Project

Country

Mali

Developer

Félou Regional Hydropower Project

Validator

Det Norske Veritas

Saved Emission per Year (Ton CO2 eq)

191.765 

Saved Emission in total (Ton CO2 eq)

1.342.355 

Project duration

2013-2020 

Certificate

CER 

The purpose of this project is to provide emission-free hydroelectric power from a water power plant on the Senegal in Mali. The regional Hydro - Power Project Félou delivers clean energy to the interconnected network of the subregions including Mali, Mauritania and Senegal. The project is government-funded through the governments of Mali, Mauritania and Senegal. The total investment capacity of the project is 63.45 MW, consisting of 3 Bulb turbines with a predicted forecast of a gross production of 333.5 GWh per year. The project development covers the existing weir of an old 600 KW hydroelectric power plant where as ,the with the old plant connected turbine and Generator, are taken out of operation.

The otherwise produced electricity for Mali, Mauritania and Senegal, which flows into the Compound network, is relatively carbon-intensive and has an emission factor of approx. 600 grams CO2 / MWh. The project should therefore help to reduce the emissions by an estimated 191,765t CO2e per Year.

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Wind power project at Jaibhim by SIIL 
UNFCCC CER 

Name 

Wind power project at Jaibhim by SIIL 

Country

Indien  

Developer 

SIIL 

Validator 

LRQA 

Saved Emission per Year (Ton CO2 eq)

52.898 

Saved Emission in total (Ton CO2 eq)

528.980  

Project duration

2012-2022 

Certificate

CER 

SILL has not only realised two wonderful climate change packages, but also takes care that as company all their serums are shared cost efficient to children all around the World.

Serum Institute of India (SIIL) is a manufacturer of vaccines in India. It was founded in 1984. The company is managed by the Poonawalla-Group. Today, Serum Institute of India Ltd. has established itself as the world's largest manufacturer of Measles and DTP group of vaccines. SIIL is also accredited to the WHO

About 65% of the children worldwide receive vaccines from SIIL.

With growing concerns about the environment and the climate the Serum Institute of India Ltd. (SIIL) has taken action into reducing Greenhouse gas emissions through the design and installation of Wind power projects in Maharashtra. At first, it was decided that 18 WTGs would be involved in this project with 2.1 MW each. However, during the project implementation only 16 WTGs where taken into operation. The generated electricity is transported, via a 33 kV free line, to a transformer station. Due to this project the construction of new coal-fired power stations are prevented.

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