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Sustainability & CSR

Contribution to the achievement of the SDGs

What is CSR?

Abbreviation for corporate social responsibility.
A company not only pursues profit and has a responsibility to comply with laws and regulations but also has a responsibility as a corporate citizen, including furthering the interests of stakeholders, environmental protection, and contributing to local communities.

What are the SDGs?

Abbreviation for the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are global goals to achieve a better and more sustainable future by 2030, described in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted at the UN Summit in September 2015 and the successor to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) established in 2001. The SDGs consist of 17 goals and 169 targets and pledge that no one will be left behind. The SDGs are universal goals to be addressed not only by developing countries but also by developed countries. Japan is vigorously addressing the SDGs.

Initiatives for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

SDGs x Remixpoint

Remixpoint’s initiatives corresponding to the 17 goals of the SDGs

Remixpoint’s activities – What we can do –

Empowerment of women and promotion of diversity As of the end of March 2023

We aim to create workplaces where gender equality is ensured and women can play an active role.
Ratio of female managers: 27.7 %
Ratio of male to female employees 54:46 (male:female)

A great place to work

Promotion of work styles, considering work-life balance (fiscal 2022)
Paid leave usage rate: 77.6%
Overtime hours: Average of 10 hours per month
Number of holidays per year: 125 days
Introduction of a flextime system
Maternity leave and childcare leave systems

Provision of electricity with environmental value

Promotion of low-carbon power sources and power supply plans with high environmental value to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050

Initiatives to promote resilience in businesses and households

Providing services and products based on the theme of “energy and environment x disaster prevention and mitigation,” and support for corporate BCP (Business Continuity Plan) measures, etc.

Proposal of efficient utilization of energy to realize a decarbonized society

Providing power storage systems for residential and industrial use and supporting customers’ ESG activities through energy-saving consulting, etc.

In-house initiatives and collaboration with other companies to address the SDGs

Provision of support for organizations addressing goals that cannot be addressed by Remixpoint alone.
We will build unique partnerships to achieve the goals.

Basic Policy on Sustainability

1. Basic Policy

Remixpoint, inc. (the “Company”) has pursued its business with the motto of tackling, through business, issues that arise as society transforms. Today, as we face environmental issues such as global warming resulting from greenhouse gases, great importance is being placed on the realization of carbon neutrality on a global scale. To achieve this goal, we will pursues our business with appropriate governance, addressing these environmental issues and acknowledging our corporate responsibility. Accepting many and diverse values and changes in those values, we will protect the jobs of our employees as we deliver services tailored to customers’ needs and realize sustainable growth.

2. Specific Initiatives

The Remixpoint Group (the “Group”) will pursue business with the aim of realizing its carbon neutrality by supplying electricity generated in a way that emits less carbon dioxide and expanding sales of power storage systems for home and industrial use. We will also contribute to a sustainable society through such activities as energy conservation consulting to support customers’ initiatives for environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.


The Group has long employed and promoted people of multiple nationalities. As we promote the Group’s globalization, we will engage in the recruitment and development of diverse talents. In addition to promoting more women to the Board of Directors and to senior management positions such as executive officer and head of department, we will strive to implement various personnel and labor measures, including the creation of a working environment where diverse employees can be motivated and flourish in their jobs, workplace communication reforms, and human resources development.

Our indicators related to policies concerning human resources development and the working environment are as follows.

◆We will raise the ratio of female managers to 30% or higher.
We will conduct management training for women in leadership positions and career development training specifically for female employees rearing children.

◆We will raise the ratio of women recruited to 30% or higher.
While creating a comfortable working environment for women and making our programs for that purpose well known, we will encourage employees to take annual paid leave. As of April 2023, 100% of the female employees who took maternity and childcare leave have subsequently returned to work at the Company.

◆We will aim to have all eligible male employees take childcare leave.
We plan to endorse the “100% Childcare Leave Taken by Men Declaration” to strengthen our measures to encourage male employees to take childcare leave. We also aim to create a workplace environment that will allow male employees to be actively engaged in parenting, through such measures as holding “Bring Your Child to Work Days,” which will give family members the chance to see their fathers at work.

In addition to thorough compliance with laws, regulations, and corporate ethics, the Group will increase the transparency of management and achieve greater trust from stakeholders and sound corporate management by creating and maintaining an organizational structure that can respond swiftly and appropriately to changes in the management environment.
The Company has the Risk Compliance Committee established to promote and oversee activities for appropriately evaluating compliance risks for the Group and considering measures to eliminate those risks. The Risk Compliance Committee identifies risks related to sustainability, selects risks that the Group should address as a priority, and reports material risks to the Board of Directors.

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