In recognition of the commercial and societal importance of sustainability and Environmental, Social, and Governance (“ESG”), Getech’s focus is to both help our customers deliver their ESG commitments and to define and live by our own ESG principles.

These principles are key to promoting value and resilience for Getech.

Our goal is to grow responsibly – delivering a company that cares about our people, communities, customers, and the environment. To support this goal, we have established an ESG committee. The purpose of the ESG committee is to assist the Board of Directors in ensuring the business delivers on the commitments and responsibilities related to material ESG matters relevant to the activities of the Group. This may include climate change impacts, emissions, environmental and supply chain sustainability, human rights and diversity and inclusion objectives.

Getech’s support to create a cleaner, greener and sustainable future

The world requires a secure and sustainable path to decarbonisation to create a cleaner and greener future. In 2021, Getech joined the United Nations’ Race to Zero campaign – pledging to become carbon neutral by 2030. In line with this commitment, we have a number of initiatives to reduce scope 1 and 2 emissions:

  • Reducing transportation footprint;
  • Reducing energy consumption;
  • Reducing emissions and carbon footprint; and
  • Developing our own portfolio of net zero assets

We also support customers in reducing their emissions by applying our data, technologies and skills to:

  • Optimise existing, and deliver new energy assets in the transitioning primary energy sector;
  • Expand the range of low carbon energy sources: to produce heat and power through geothermal energy; to decarbonise transport and heat through the development of green hydrogen hubs;
  • Future proof energy systems through subsurface energy and carbon storage; and locate new deposits of metals critical to the energy transition; and
  • Innovate technologies and reshape our unique foundation products for the energy transition.
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