Alamo Group Sets GHG Emissions Goal By 2030 - Smart Energy Decisions

Energy Storage, GHG Emissions  -  March 8, 2022

Alamo Group Sets GHG Emissions Goal By 2030

Alamo Group Inc.announced a 2030 target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 50% as compared to its 2019 base year, including goals for Scope 1 and 2 emissions.. 

The company will provide details of its sustainability goals and actual emissions for the past three years in its forthcoming 2021 Sustainability Report.

“We are pleased to announce an initial 2030 target for reducing our Company’s greenhouse gas emissions,” said Dan Malone, Alamo Group’s Executive Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer in a statement. “Setting meaningful Scope1 and  2 GHG emissions goals is an important step in the right direction. Since 2019, our Company has reduced, in absolute terms, its total energy consumption by about 9%, and we anticipate that we will further reduce it by an additional 30% by 2030. More efficient use of energy, which accounts for 97% of our GHG emissions, will be a primary driver toward achieving our 2030 emissions goal. Investments in LED lighting and energy management systems, as well as energy-efficient welding, laser cutting, and air compression equipment have been, and are expected to be, the major contributors in this effort. Installing more efficient heating systems and other building improvements to reduce winter heat loss are also expected to produce significant favorable impacts.”

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