Our plan for sustainably meeting the technology demands of the future.
Transformative IT Solutions
HPE is developing transformative solutions to reap the benefits of growing connectivity, while reducing the environmental footprint of IT infrastructure. Our sustainable products help customers transform sectors and expand access to people around the world, reflecting the technology industry’s unique potential to deliver sustainability at scale.
Find out more about how sustainable IT solutions can help you do more with less. Check out this interactive page with informative drill downs on subjects such as circular economy and low-carbon economy.
ACHIEVE YOUR BUSINESS OBJECTIVES IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY
We are living in an era of infinite connectivity but finite resources. Sustainable IT solutions from HPE enable you to maximize efficiencies, mitigate risk across your value chain, and expand the value that sustainability brings to your business. Learn how to accelerate innovation and fund your future by embedding sustainability throughout your digital transformation.
Take a deep dive into Sustainable IT solutions
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
In Her Element - The Film
Hello Sunshine and HPE present In Her Element, a docu-style film featuring best-selling author Meena Harris leading a conversation with three revolutionary women -- a rocket scientist, a music engineer and a team principal for a Formula E racing team. See how they’re using technology to break down barriers and advance their fields, while inspiring the next generation of women and girls to join them.
Learn more about Living Progress
- Circular economy
- Diversity and inclusion
- Environmental declarations
- Environment, health, and safety
- HPE Foundation
- Living progress report
- Market access requirements
- Our footprint
- Policies and standards
- Product return and recycling
- Supply chain responsibility
- Sustainable IT Solutions
Powering the digital economy
Emerging technologies get a lot of attention for the promise of transforming the future. But there’s not enough energy available to power the IT infrastructure to run these IT applications at their imagined scale.