Commitments to a just energy transition
There’s a lot to learn from first movers. With the release of the Just Energy Transition: A Framework for Company Action, we invite companies to become a member of the Council and make new commitments to that contribute to a just energy transition. Through these public commitments, companies put forth their best ideas and learn from the best practices of others.
|Organization||Just Energy Transition Area of Action||Commitment||SDGs|
|SSE plc||SSE is committed to high quality employee engagement & ongoing dialogue with its recognized trade union partners on the just transition & will hold at least two meetings a year on this topic, beyond its usual structured engagement with union partners|
|SSE plc||SSE is committed to retraining & reskilling employees and will run a STEM Returner programme for those out of a STEM career for 5+ years as well as launch a pilot programme for new talent transitioning from other sectors. It will report annually|
|SSE plc||SSE is supporting development of competitive UK domestic supply chains alongside government & other industry partners, with the aim of reaching the UK’s Offshore Wind Sector Deal target of 60% lifetime content for major offshore wind projects by 2030|
|Repsol||Repsol will promote inclusion of gender, disabilities and promoting LGTBI-inclusive environment, with a goal of reaching 35% of women in leadership positions by 2025.|
|Repsol||Repsol aims is to be a company with net zero emissions in 2050, limiting global warming well below 2°C and complying with the Paris Agreement, the Sustainable Development Goals, and in line with what is required by society.|
|Repsol||Repsol is committed to carrying out social investment projects that improve the quality of life of local communities by benefiting more than 4 Million people through their social investment projects by 2025.|
|Reliance Industries Limited||To achieve net carbon Zero by 2035, Reliance Industries will develop new energy infrastructure and materials by investing INR 15,000 Crore (about USD 2Bn) by 2024 in independent manufacturers, partnerships, and technology and create new jobs.|
|Reliance Industries Limited||As part of Reliance's aims to be Net Carbon Zero by 2035, it will invest NR 60,000 Crore ( USD8bn) into new energy to develop a New Energy project in Jamnagar, including four Giga Factories enabling 100 GW of solar energy by 2030.|
|BP||Our new Regions, Cities and Solutions team will help countries, cities and corporations around the world decarbonize. It intends to focus on partnering with 10-15 cities by 2030 and corporates in 3 industrial sectors by 2030.|
|BP||We aim to support sustainable livelihoods development for communities where we operate (priority bp sites and businesses), disclosing progress against targets and impact measures by 2025.|
Join the movement for a just transition
It will take the collective actions of us all to achieve a just energy transition. Declare your own commitments to action by joining the Council’s community of hundreds of companies creating jobs, protecting natural resources, reducing inequality, and improving the quality of life for those affected by climate change. Click above to learn more about membership and sign up your organization.