Sabey Data Centres is accelerating its commitment to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2029 across its Scope 1 and 2 emissions.
The latest announcement is a boost from the company’s pledge last year to achieve a 50% reduction in emissions by 2030, which was approved by the Science-based Target initiative.
The company, which has a portfolio of more than four million square feet of mission-critical space, plans to adopt “industry-leading” technology and techniques to meet its ambitious target.
Sabey is a member of the Green Lease Leaders programme, which recognises forward-thinking companies that foster high performance by incorporating both energy efficiency and sustainability into daily operations and previously joined The Climate Pledge, a collaborative initiative committed to reaching net zero by 2040.
John Sasser, Chief Technology Officer at Sabey Data Centres said: “Sabey is an industry leader in energy efficient solutions and low cost, renewable power.
“Unveiling our ambitious goal of net zero emissions by or before 2029 aligns with our consistent, recognised record of sustainability.”