Global multi-energy company TotalEnergies has joined Internation Road Transport Union, IRU, as its newest corporate member.
TotalEnergies has joined IRU to collaborate on environmental issues affecting the road transport industry, including as the EU’s Fit for 55 package and IRU’s Green Compact.
TotalEnergies supports the Paris Agreement promises made by governments throughout the world to address global warming. TotalEnergies supports the Fit for 55 package within the EU, particularly several key components that align with its strategy and positions, such as the deployment of charging stations and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure, as well as the development of low-carbon and renewable fuels for the transportation industry.
TotalEnergies is a global energy firm that is present in more than 130 countries, with almost 16,000 service stations. The corporation has a new goal of being a significant actor in the energy transition, and it is working with society to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
Over recent years, TotalEnergies has launched a transition towards renewable energy, such as solar, sustainable biofuels and electricity from largely renewable sources. Renewables and power investments will account for 25% of the company’s investments in 2021.
TotalEnergies joins other global corporations from China, Europe and the US that have become IRU members during the past year.