‘Retail stations to reflect carbon footprint reduction goal’
Total Energies Marketing Nigeria Plc, has rebranded in line with its commitment to reduce its carbon footprint operations on the environment.
Indeed, the company stated that the move is apt as many countries are transiting into cleaner and cheaper fuels and diversifying into renewable energy sources.
The Managing Director, Total Energies Marketing Nigeria Plc, Imrane Barry, at the unveiling of the company’s new logo in Lagos, said with its new name and direction, the company will be focusing on driving all existing and new products to help deliver cleaner, more sustainable energy deploying energy business solutions that provides clean energy alternatives for homes, businesses and industries.
According to him, the goal of its solar solution is to optimise power supply, reduce energy cost and carbon footprint, stressing that Total has solarized over 100 stations across the country to restate its commitment to drive renewable energy.
He noted that the change would impact almost all of its products, adding that it would also focus on offering its customers and partners, business solutions that offer great value and efficiency in the day-to-day management of their businesses.
He added that with the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, the world pledged to transform its energy system in order to meet the challenge of climate change, saying that the company has been making significant efforts to incorporate the climate challenge into its strategy
Also speaking, the Company Secretary, Total Energies Marketing Nigeria Plc, Bunmi Popoola-Mordi, said the new name and identity will be reflected in the retail network, adding that the idea is to reflect the new name and identity with the logo and name that would be shared in all of its retail network across the country.
“In May 2020, we declared our ambition to reach carbon neutrality by 2050 and in September 2020, we translated that ambition into a decade-long strategy for transforming Total into a broad energy company and that strategy is based on expansion in two key areas which are natural gas and renewable power and it implies an end to growth in oil production and reduced sales of petroleum products which will account for not more than one third of our sales by 2030,” she said.
No comments yet