Schneider Electric Announces Quarterly Sustainability Achievements and Becomes the World’s First Zero-Carbon Emission Certified Enterprises
Recently, Schneider Electric, a digital transformation expert in global energy management and automation, announced the latest progress of the “2021-2025 Sustainability Impact Index (SSI) Plan”. According to the plan, Schneider Electric’s goal for 2022 is 4.70 points, and the cumulative score has reached 4.54 points by the third quarter. A series of achievements prove that Schneider Electric is firmly implementing its long-term commitment to sustainable development and demonstrating its leadership in addressing climate change force.
With the end of New York Climate Week and the convening of the twenty-seventh Conference of the Parties (COP27) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the attention of all walks of life around the world on climate change has once again increased. Gwenaelle Avice-Huet, Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer of Schneider Electric, also attended the COP 27 conference, sharing Schneider Electric’s insights on sustainable development, and its professional insights and suggestions on enabling industries to accelerate towards “net zero carbon”.
Recently, Schneider Electric and the world’s leading ESG data provider MSCI have established a partnership in the field of carbon reduction, which further demonstrates Schneider Electric’s determination to adhere to the “sustainable impact” principle and is committed to becoming a The best practitioner in the field of ESG and the leading enabler of sustainable development.
Third Quarter Sustainability Highlights
Schneider Electric has achieved a series of outstanding sustainable development achievements in the third quarter of 2022, including:
Schneider Electric’s “Net Zero Carbon Commitment Roadmap” has been certified by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi)’s latest “Corporate Net Zero Emissions Standard”, becoming one of the first companies in the world to receive this certification.
It scored 89 points (out of 100 points) in the “2022 Corporate Sustainability Assessment” by S&P Global, a well-known ESG rating agency, and achieved an industry-leading level.
Since 2018, it has helped global customers save and avoid 400 million tons of carbon emissions, and its goal of helping customers reduce carbon emissions by 800 million tons in 2025 has exceeded half.
In its third quarter report, Schneider Electric detailed more achievements and highlights of the “Sustainability Impact Index (SSI) Program 2021-2025”:
“2021-2025 Schneider Electric Sustainability Impact Index (SSI) Program” Q3 2022 Results and Highlights
Gwenaelle Avice-Huet, Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer of Schneider Electric, said: “The global climate situation is becoming more and more urgent, and sustainable development is the key to solving the problem. We must focus on short-term interests as well as the common future of mankind. Enterprises promote sustainable development. Sustainable development is not only for achieving climate goals, but also for better self-development. The achievements of Schneider Electric show that the practice of sustainable development by enterprises can not only drive the transformation of the entire ecosystem, but also better protect our planet.”
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