Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions - June 30, 2022
Eaton Updates Emission Progress
Eaton, power management company, announced it is ahead or on pace to meet many of its 2030 sustainability goals.
The company reduced GHG emissions by 16% since 2018, invested $528 million in research and development for sustainable solutions since 2020 and certified 65% of manufacturing sites as zero waste to landfill with a goal to certify 100% by 2030.
Eaton’s sustainable solutions or those that enable electrification, energy transition, electric grid resilience, increase efficiency in ground and air transportation and improve air quality represented 65% of the company’s net sales in 2021.
Details were given in its 2021 Sustainability Report.
“In these external reports, we’re pleased to report our progress toward our 2030 sustainability goals,” said Craig Arnold, chairman and CEO of Eaton, in a statement. “They demonstrate our commitment to delivering sustainable solutions to the world and the significant progress we have made over the last few years.”
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