Navigating the EU Taxonomy: Fell Tech's Commitment to Sustainable Solutions

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July 22, 2023 by
Navigating the EU Taxonomy: Fell Tech's Commitment to Sustainable Solutions
Magnus Schilling

The EU Taxonomy is a classification tool created by the European Union to guide investors, companies, and policymakers towards sustainable economic activities. It sets out a clear framework for understanding which economic activities significantly contribute to environmental objectives, including climate change mitigation and adaptation, sustainable use and protection of water and marine resources, transition to a circular economy, pollution prevention, and the protection and restoration of biodiversity and ecosystems.

At Fell Tech, our goal has always been to enhance life and preserve the planet. 
We are proud that our products and solutions align with many of the Taxonomy's technical screening criteria, thereby substantiating our commitment to sustainability.

As outlined in our dedicated Taxonomy document, we contribute substantially to climate mitigation, one of the EU's environmental objectives. We do this through our robust suite of products and services that improve the energy performance of buildings, leading to less waste, lower carbon emissions, and enhanced environmental sustainability.

Our flagship solution, Abra, encapsulates this commitment to sustainable innovation. 
Abra provides real-time monitoring of energy use, regulating energy consumption and reducing waste. By intelligently managing and synchronizing the use of different energy-consuming devices, we lower unnecessary energy waste and decrease greenhouse gas emissions.

Our collaborative work with Energy Companies and Housing Associations is another testament to our commitment to the EU Taxonomy's principles. We provide hardware and software solutions and support strategies aimed at improving energy efficiency. Our solutions enable our partners to offer high-quality services that significantly contribute to climate mitigation.

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