IHI concluded a “Positive Impact Evaluation” and “Positive Impact Finance (with unspecified use of funds)” loan agreement (hereinafter “this agreement”) with Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited.
This agreement is a type of loan agreement intended to support corporations to comprehensively analyze and evaluate the impacts (both positive and negative) of business activities related to the environment, society and economy on an ongoing basis. The most notable feature of PIF is that the degree of contribution from corporate activities, products and services in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is used as an evaluation indicator and monitored based on publicly disclosed information, and that we support corporations’ activities to achieve these goals through engagement.
The following initiatives of IHI are assessed both qualitatively and quantitatively as initiatives that particularly have an impact on achieving SDGs.
|Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
|Help materialize a carbon-neutral economy
|Efforts to achieve carbon neutrality in value chain by 2050
|Cut carbon dioxide emissions
|Reduce factory and office carbon dioxide emissions by employing energy-saving equipment, upgrading aged facilities, and adopting ammonia and other new in-house technologies
|Materialize a sustainable economy
|Reduce environmental impacts of factories, offices, and other facilities
|Build a diverse and inclusive workforce
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