Enabling a low-carbon economy
HPE—the first IT company to set science-based targets across its value chain aligned to the goals of the Paris climate accord—recognizes the imperative to minimize our industry’s environmental footprint, and the opportunity to position ourselves as business and technology leaders enabling a low-carbon economy.
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“We recognize that limited resources and impacts on the climate are some of the most complex challenges facing our world today. We’re committed to innovating transformative sustainable solutions that decrease the time to value for our customers, while also working together with our suppliers and industry peers to drive strategies that reduce climate impacts.”Christopher Wellise, Chief Sustainability Officer, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Our commitment to protecting the planet
Our commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance is integrated into our business strategy. Learn more about our stance on environmental issues and our results.
Transitioning to a low-carbon economy
We're committed to conducting business in a manner that delivers leading environmental, health, and safety performance while minimizing our impact on the planet.
Minimizing our impact
We're committed to conducting business in a manner that delivers leading environmental, health, and safety performance. Read more about how we're minimizing our impact on the planet.
In 2019, HPE was recognized on the CDP ‘A’ list for leading efforts to reduce climate-related risks.
2025 Climate Targets
- 55reduction in operational emissions compared to 2016 levels
- 30increase in energy performance of our products from 2015
- 15reduction in manufacturing-related GHG emissions in our supply chain from 2016 levels
In 2018, HPE was again recognized for our actions and strategies in response to climate change, earning a position on the CDP Climate A List, as well as being listed in the 2018 Dow Jones Sustainability World Index recognizing the company’s efforts to lead the industry in sustainable practices.