ReNew Power has helped India avoid 10 million metric tons of carbon emissions, according to its recently released sustainability report for FY20-21.
ReNew Power, India’s leading renewable energy company, has helped India avoid 10 million metric tons of carbon emissions, according to its recently released sustainability report for FY20-21. The report, prepared in accordance with Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) sustainability reporting standards has been assured by a globally renowned assurance agency, DNV GL Business Assurance India Private Limited (DNV). The report puts into spotlight ReNew Power’s achievements across the three important pillars of Environment, Society, and Governance (ESG).
“ReNew Power’s sustainability report is an account of our achievements in line with our vision of leading India’s energy transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. Our sustainability report clearly outlines how India’s environment is positively impacted through our actions. Sustainability is central to our business and ReNew Power’s mission is to play a pivotal role in meeting India’s growing energy needs in an efficient, sustainable, and socially responsible manner,” said Sumant Sinha, Founder, Chairman and CEO, ReNew Power.
“The sustainability report comes at a critical juncture as the world is realizing the dangers of climate change and the importance of shared responsibility. At ReNew Power, we are committed to going the extra mile with all relevant stakeholders to create a better society and better planet. ReNew’s growth over the past decade is a testimony to the fact that companies with a purpose can provide great value to their shareholders and investors,” said Vaishali Nigam Sinha, Chief Sustainability Officer and Chair ReNew Foundation.