Oracle reaffirmed its commitment to sustainability with a renewed commitment to providing 100 percent of global energy supplies and utilities and Cloud Both.
Relying on renewable energies is an important step towards a more sustainable future. Said Safra Katz, CEO of Oracle Corporation. “Oracle will always have the greatest impact on the environment by offering its customers technology that can reduce their environmental impact, and this new goal reflects the shared values of our customers, partners and investors.
Oracle’s latest renewable energy goal builds on existing sustainability efforts, such as:
• clear cloud: Oracle maintains its goal of powering all areas of the next-generation Oracle Cloud with 100 percent renewable energy by 2025.
• Hardware recycling: Continuing its efforts to reduce e-waste, Oracle collected more than 1,000 tons of discarded devices during fiscal year 2020, of which 99.6 percent was reused or recycled.
• Waste reduction: Oracle has reduced the amount of waste sent to landfills in its buildings by 25 percent on a square-foot basis since 2015.
• Responsible sources: Oracle expects that all of its major suppliers will have an environmental program by 2025.
European oracle Cloud areas Already operating on 100% renewable energy, the company’s 51 offices around the world use 100% renewable energy.
“Renewable energy is key to tackling climate change and helping us move toward a cleaner and greener future.” Said Kwasi Quarting, British Minister for Business and Energy. “Oracle’s ambitious commitment will help us move faster toward a sustainable future, while encouraging companies around the world to be more environmentally conscious.”
“The Telenor Group recently set science-based targets to reduce its emissions by 57 percent by 2030. In parallel, we are working with our suppliers to reduce emissions in our supply chain. It is important to us that our suppliers share our commitment, so we are pleased to see Oracle’s goal of Working with 100 renewable energy by 2025.” Said Cecily Heuch, Executive Vice President and Head of Human and Sustainability, Telenor Group.