Living Progress

Our plan to create sustainable solutions for our company, our customers, and our world.

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Our mission

By 2020, half the world’s population is expected to have internet access and machine-to-machine connections will reach 100 billion devices. With this global connectivity comes both opportunities and challenges.

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.

Living Progress in action

At HPE, we recognize the challenge of meeting the growing demand for computing power in a resource constrained world. By using sustainability as a driver for innovation and growth, HPE is creating sustainable solutions for our company, our customers, and our world.

Our company

We set bold targets to lead the IT sector. We are committed to sourcing 50% renewable electricity for our operations by 2025 and are enabling our manufacturing suppliers to set ambitious emissions reduction targets in their own operations.

Our customers

We help accelerate our customers’ time to value while minimizing their environmental footprint. We are committed to increasing the energy performance of our product portfolio by 30 times by 2025.

Our world

We help our customers leverage the power of technology to transform industries and influence the lives of people around the world. We also develop programs focused on global needs such as education, financial inclusion, and conservation.

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. HPE is creating solutions to power the future sustainably.

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Reduction in manufacturing-related supply chain emissions by 2025


Renewable energy by 2025


Increase in product energy performance by 2025

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Video : Capture value throughout your digital transformation

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The rapid pace of IT innovation and the far-reaching impacts of a take-make-dispose consumption cycle are increasing the need for a circular economy. Extend your product life, increase efficiencies, and lower your total cost of ownership (TCO) with HPE sustainable solutions.

Video : Imagine a world where machines tell us what they think

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Two of the world’s leading companies in hybrid IT and industrial engineering join forces to shape the industrial internet of things and unlock customer value.

Topluluk : CDP gives HPE an A in supplier engagement


CDP awarded HPE a place on the Supplier Climate A List and the CDP's Supplier Engagement Rating leader board.

Topluluk : HPE recognized with the inaugural Stop Slavery Award


With a supply chain that spans the world, we do our part in tackling the root causes of forced labor and human trafficking.

Video : How sustainability impacts customer purchasing behavior

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How Sustainability Impacts Customer Purchasing Behavior

Blog Gönderisi : Inspiring Progress blog

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Inspiring Progress blog

Video : Enhancing the power of genomics

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HPE devised a way for HudsonAlpha to leverage the massive volumes of data from genome researchers around the world with HPE Vertica on a HPE Synergy platform.

Video : How HPE Living Progress Challenge uses technology to better lives

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Ten finalist organizations at the Living Progress Challenge shared ideas on how to improve lives and economic opportunities. See how judges, finalists, and visionaries react

Video : Ground breaking research, powered by the sun

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Hikari enables groundbreaking research into the Zika virus, and it will also be used by the University of Texas to investigate other diseases such as cancer.