BorgWarner joins the Clean Energy Buyers Alliance

By Julian Buckley02 December 2021

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BorgWarner has joined the Clean Energy Buyers Alliance (CEBA) as a ‘large energy buyer’ member to support its commitment to environmental sustainability.

The alliance is tasked with unlocking the marketplace for energy consumers, leading to a rapid transition to a ‘cleaner, prosperous and zero-carbon energy future’.

“BorgWarner is proud to join CEBA, the largest group of clean energy buyers in the United States,” said Dr. Volker Weng, VP of BorgWarner and president and GM, Drivetrain Systems and Sustainability Steering Committee Champion.

“The expansive knowledge base of the CEBA network will be a great asset to tap into as we explore the array of existing clean energy options and actively work to become carbon-neutral in our operations by 2035.”

The CEBA community leverages peer-to-peer expertise and knowledge share, policy and regulatory advocacy, and foundational educational resources, to accelerate renewable energy procurement. It includes more than 270 companies, 77 of which are on the Fortune 500.

Responding to a question from New Power Progress, BorgWarner confirmed that buying BW components and technology would contribute to the purchasing company’s own carbon neutrality strategy.

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