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For both Hewlett Packard and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, most of our environmental footprint occurs in our supply chain and when customers use our products and solutions. Together, these phases have accounted for 95% of Hewlett Packard's carbon footprint and 93% of their water footprint. Product use impacts come mostly from energy consumption and associated water use. Reducing these impacts through how we design our products is the single greatest lever we can use to improve our overall environmental performance.
Since 1992, HP has focused on specific environmental impacts through our Design for Environment (DfE) program. DfE is an engineering perspective in which the environmentally related characteristics of a product, process or facility are optimized. Through this program, HP considered environmental impact in the design of every product and solution. This program has led to numerous innovations and will be continued within HPE.
1. Emissions intensity of the HPE product portfolio refers to tonnes CO2e/net revenue arising from use of high-volume product lines, including HPE servers, including industry-standard servers, as well as HPE Moonshot and HPE Apollo.
2. Expressed as emissions generated per unit of output. For servers, each unit of output equals a task performed by the system, as defined by industry standards.