Sustainability has long been at the core of our strategy. We've made historic commitments to solve some of the world's biggest challenges. We are leading our industry in the development of innovative and sustainable solutions that uplift our planet and benefit all people who call it home.
We continue to set the pace for what’s possible in our industry and for the world, decarbonizing homes, buildings and the cold chain with clean, energy-efficient solutions.
We know that climate change is real and urgent action is needed to create a more sustainable and equitable world. To secure a sustainable future and rise to the ambitions of our purpose, every part of our business takes part in our commitments.
To ensure our strategy will have the positive impact that is necessary, we've aligned our commitments with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and are among the first in our industry, and the world, to undertake the scientific rigor of having our 2030 and net-zero by 2050 emissions reduction goals validated by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi).
CEES is a council of global thought leaders in sustainability, infrastructure development, energy policy and technology. Their expertise helps us understand and navigate critical issues and guides us toward innovation solutions that create benefits for customers and operational footprints.
CHES convenes leading internal and external experts to advance indoor environmental quality (IEQ) policy, strategies and solutions; establishing a roadmap for more resilient and sustainable communities and spaces.
By pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in innovation and engaging our entire workforce in our momentum, we’re accelerating our efforts to lead at the forefront of change. We're dedicated to the relentless development of solutions that are better for the environment and better for our customers. It is at this intersection that our leadership in technology and innovation enables our sustainability strategy while driving business success. Based on decades of experience, we know achieving both is possible.
Achieving fossil-free electricity use by 2040 is no small undertaking. One Dutch city is taking a unique, groundbreaking approach.
Connecting people to each other and a common purpose can have an uplifting effect on innovation and engagement.
How electrification of heating helped the Mater Dei Hospital achieve significant energy efficiency, indoor air quality improvements and a lower carbon footprint.
Bold decarbonization commitments will bend the curve on climate change, and the technology exists today to challenge what’s possible.