Signify has reported significant progress toward its sustainability targets set for 2020 as part of its Brighter Lives, Better World program.
The company is committed to achieve carbon neutrality, to shift to 100
In 2018, it achieved 79
Since Signify joined the Global Lighting Challenge in 2015 it has delivered more than 1.7 billion LED lamps and luminaires, avoiding the release of over 43 megatonnes of CO2 emissions.
“We are proud of our achievements as we can only make such strong progress toward our Brighter Lives, Better World targets when all our employees are behind it and as sustainability is really at the heart of our purpose,” said Nicola Kimm, Head of Sustainability at Signify.
“As we strive for excellence, we continued to align our efforts with the recommendations set out in the industry-led Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures. We also announced our approved science-based targets, which will help us to continue transitioning to a low-carbon economy.”
More detail is in Signify’s newly published 2018 integrated Annual Report, available from the company’s website.