A Net Zero Society
Hitachi sets a course to achieve carbon neutrality throughout our value chain by 2050.
Hitachi Vantara CEO, Gajen Kandiah, calls for urgent partnership and collaboration on workable solutions as COP27, the UN’s annual Climate Change Conference, kicks off in Egypt.
Helping governments, cities and companies cut their carbon footprint by combining data-driven outcomes with industrial know-how to carry out climate change initiatives.
Hitachi's environmental vision is to pass on a healthy planet to future generations. See how we are contributing to a net zero society.Watch the
Learn how banana farmer, Bartel Frere, is using data harvested from soil and nitrate sensors to dramatically improve the irrigation process.Watch the
The technology will help cut emissions and pollution in stations, cities and beyond, helping countries reach Net Zero C02 emissions, faster.Read the
Gajen Kandiah, CEO of Hitachi Vantara, joins the Ian King Live show on Sky News to discuss how, through a partnership with Rainforest Connection, AI is being used to analyze the bioacoustics sounds of the rainforest to prevent illegal deforestation.
Hitachi Vantara, Rainforest Connection expand partnership
Hitachi Vantara and Rainforest Connection are accelerating data-driven solutions to protect rainforests and support biodiversity.
Bartle Frere Bananas, Hitachi Vantara Deliver Smart Farming
Bartle Frere Bananas is working with Hort Innovation and Hitachi Vantara to deploy data-driven horticulture and sustainable farming.
Hitachi Sets New Target to Contribute to a Net Zero Society
Hitachi Sets New Target to Contribute to a Net Zero Society Company Will Achieve Carbon Neutrality throughout its Value Chain by FY2050.
Hitachi Vantara values human rights. To that end, Hitachi Vantara strives to
For more information about our efforts to eradicate modern slavery, please see our Modern Slavery Statement here.