Sustainability Reports

Proof of our progress is tracked with thorough and transparent reporting

With an eye toward our comprehensive 2030 commitments, our latest dispatches show that — while bringing heating and cooling to people around the world — we’re making big strides in sustainability.

We disclose our sustainability progress through an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) lens.



reduction in GHG refrigerant footprint of our products since our 2013 baseline.



reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity of our operations since our 2013 baseline.



increase in energy efficiency between 2013 and 2019.



reduction in water use in water-stressed regions between 2013 and 2019.



of board directors are women.


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of goods and services were purchased from diverse-owned businesses in 2019.



of our revenue is from products and services that contribute to the clean energy transition.


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global spend with women-owned businesses in 2019, a 22.9% increase over 2018.

From materials to value chain, we’ve taken an intensive look at our business to create a concrete plan and assess our work

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Material Assessment

We engaged with internal and external stakeholders and an independent consulting firm to determine sustainability-related issues of greatest importance to us and our industry.
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Value Chain

We’ve broken down our value chain into nine major stages, and within each one we’ve identified environmental, social, and economic impacts and how we can improve operations on a sustainable level.

Our standards and ethics are evident in an exhaustive framework of reports and disclosures.

GRI Content Index

We offer an open list of encompassing reports on everything from general disclosures to emissions and environment to company culture.

SASB Disclosure

SASB provides industry-specific standards to help measure and communicate ESG topics.

TCFD Disclosure

We have expanded our reporting to the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) to include voluntary disclosures.

Previous Reports

Some information on these pages may relate to historical data for Trane Technologies plc (formerly known as Ingersoll-Rand plc) as a combined company operating with two business segments: Climate and Industrial. In the first quarter 2020, we completed a spin-off of our Industrial business which was subsequently combined with Gardner Denver Holdings, Inc. (“GDI”). GDI was subsequently renamed Ingersoll-Rand, Inc.