Safety and Sustainability

Safety Culture at Infigen Energy

Safety is not just about regulations and checking the boxes. It's about the culture - living and breathing safety. Check out this video of Infigen's employees who put their life on the line to keep the wind turbines operating.

Sustainability Framework

We strive to be the leading provider of renewable energy that attracts people who are passionate about creating a sustainable future – that is, they want to make a difference. However, the inherent sustainable nature of our business does not stop with supplying renewable energy to our customers. Infigen’s Sustainability framework is focussed on delivering outcomes in the following key focus areas:

1. Maximise benefits for our customers, our investors, our people and the communities that we are part of:

  • Socially
  • Economically
  • Environmentally

2. Enhance the quality of life and wellbeing of individuals and communities touched by Infigen’s activities through: 

  • Community engagement
  • Community partnerships
  • Employee engagement
  • Employee-led sustainability initiatives
  • Community and employee health and safety

 3. Efficient generation of electricity from renewable sources through:

  • Efficient use of resources
  • Waste and pollution reduction
  • Ecosystem protection
  • Land productivity enhancement

Safety & Sustainability Report

You can view the latest Sustainability Report in the2014 Annual Report.

Fiduciary duty and climate change disclosure

Climate change is occurring. It has important implications for economic activity and therefore corporate performance. The effects of climate change are beginning to play out within and among industries and regions. They are likely to grow in significance in the years to come, becoming an increasingly important factor in the relative performance of firms, industries and investment portfolios. Infigen Energy joined companies and investors sharing a concern that financial markets do not yet take sufficient account of climate-related corporate performance, risks and opportunities relevant to future shareholder value because of a lack of comprehensive and comparable information in “mainstream” corporate reports for the investment community. This information gap undermines the efficiency by which markets are able to allocate capital to its most productive uses over the medium to long term — a crucial enabler of strong and sustainable economic growth. Read the full statement from the Climate Disclosure Standards Boardhere.

Road to Paris 2015

Carbon Disclosure Project invited companies to speak out on behalf of the business community in support of a universal climate agreement ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris in December 2015. Infigen has joined this initiative and made a pledge to:

  • Commit to greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets that limit global warming to below 2°C
  • Commit to having a strategy in place to procure 100% of electricity from renewable sources
  • Responsible corporate engagement in climate policy
  • Provide climate change information in corporate reports
  • Put a price on carbon

Read morehere.

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