Eaton employees turn off their lights at home for Earth Hour, the world's biggest environmental grassroots movement for nature and the planet


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Eaton employees turn off lights for planet

Eaton employees turn off lights for planet

Eaton demonstrated its commitment to the environment by taking part in Earth Hour and asking 99,000 employees to turn off their lights at home. Thanks to Eaton's participation in this global movement, they saved around nine tons of GHG emissions.

Showing solidarity for the planet

Earth Hour started in Sydney and now is the world's biggest environmental grassroots movement, coordinated by WWF and other volunteer organisations. Millions of people take part in 188 countries around the world, from individuals to businesses like Eaton, and even cities and major landmarks.

The aim of Earth Hour is to show solidarity for the planet and for nature and to encourage environmentally-friendly laws and policies. 

Eaton strives for a green future

Eaton has a long track record of eco-friendly action. The company was included in FTSE Russell's FTSE4Good Index Series for its strong environmental, social and governance practices.

Eaton also aims to improve the quality of life and the environment through the use of power management technologies and services, such as eMobility systems, microgrid technology, home automation and energy storage.

The company is truly a prime employer for eomen which not only supports its employees, but also the wider world around the business.

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