hewlett packard enterprise
HPE is working to reduce climate impacts across the IT industry’s shared supply chain.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will enable 80% of manufacturing suppliers, by spend, to set science-based emissions reduction targets in their own operations by 2025, seeking to avoid 100 million tonnes of emissions.
HPE will support suppliers through capability-building programs that provide training on low-carbon strategies that eliminate barriers to participation and drive accountability. This puts the company on track to be the first in any industry to create customized science-based targets for suppliers.
HPE will minimize the cost, energy consumption, and facilities footprint of the next generation of IT by fundamentally rethinking computing architecture.
Improving the energy performance of IT infrastructure is critical to meeting the demands of the future. That’s why HPE has ambitiously committed to improving the energy performance of their product portfolio 30x by 2025. To achieve this goal, the company is rethinking the way systems are designed, powered, and utilized to maximize efficiency without sacrificing performance and scale.
In the company’s own operations, HPE is committed to sourcing 50% renewable electricity by 2025, and in FY2017 achieved a science-based GHG emissions reduction target of 25% seven years ahead of schedule (2015 baseline).