‘We enable a carbon neutral world’ represents Nippon Sanso Holding Group’s (NSHD) commitment to contributing to a sustainable society for the future.
Since its funding, NSHD has been at the forefront of researching and developing gas engineering technologies and utilising equipment based on industrial gases – always providing the best solution necessary.
Today, the group is actively prioritising the search for business opportunities to realise a carbon neutral society and, to further this effort, has created a dedicated carbon neutral website in order to publicize their carbon-neutral-specific technologies and solutions.
This website will use illustrations and videos to communicate effectively to the user; promoting proposals for various markets, where they aim disrupt the industry.
NSHD’s carbon neutral website uses eye-catching information and a ground-breaking method of ‘scrolly-telling’ to keep users engaged on a journey towards carbon neutrality.
Incorporating a sleek, modern design and original interactive elements (videos, blog, pop-out screens, etc.) allows for added value to the user with an experience that prioritises the customer journey and provides them with relevant, informative content.
Furthermore, the new ‘News’ section will provide easy access to articles and stories from all NSHD group members across the globe, with a state-of-the-art search and cataloguing system allowing for the smoothest of user interfaces.
The website is sure to effectively portray NSHD Group’s commitment to sustainability and build business avenues across the entire spectrum of the industry.
Now NSHD has gone one step further with the launch of its bold new strategy, ‘We enable a carbon neutral world’ and gasworld took the opportunity to find out more and what this fundamental pillar of the group’s strategic mid-term plan entails, in an interview with Jose Ramon Calvo, Nippon Gases Europe, and Satoshi Suzuki, Nippon Sanso Holdings.
Both are the carbon neutrality leads for the project, from the European and Japanese perspectives, respectively. As it happens, at the time of our interview Calvo was working on a decarbonisation project together with a technology partner, while Suzuki was being kept busy evaluating the status of all NSHD facilities and offices across Japan following the recent earthquake. Both, however, were excited to discuss the drive for carbon neutrality.