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Globe now has over 7,400 green solutions reducing its carbon emissions

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Globe Telecom continues to deploy "green solutions" as it pursues its target of reducing its carbon emissions across the group's network.
Globe now has over 7,400 green solutions reducing its carbon emissions
Globe seeks to further cut carbon emissions

Globe continues its commitment to reduce carbon emissions

The telco said it ended 2020 with a total of 203 fuel cell systems, 6,467 lithium-ion batteries, 212 Direct Current Generators, 60 DC-Hybrid Generators, and 538 free cooling systems deployed across Globe’s network nationwide.

The company noted it started deploying these solutions in 2014.

According to Globe, these green solutions reduce the group's emissions, noise pollution, waste generated, fuel consumption in powering its cell sites across the Philippines.
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partners in implementing renewable energy solutions such as solar panels and fuel cells within our operations. These will further shift Globe’s energy reliance towards renewable sources, further decarbonizing our operations. In support of the Race To Zero global campaign, Globe continues to innovate and collaborate with partners to integrate sustainability and champion energy efficiency throughout the entire organization, Ernest Cu, Globe President and Chief Executive Officer, said in a statement.

Globe is hopeful that by 2030, the group could upgrade infrastructure and retrofit its industries to make them sustainable with increased resource-use efficiency and greater adoption of clean and environmentally sound technologies resulting in a 30 percent reduction of CO2 emission intensity based on 2017 levels.
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