Priorities for Environmental Progress - Sharing Insights and Fresh Ideas That Bring Sustainable Change
Ingersoll Rand advances global and national environmental actions via its unprecedented Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability (CEES) initiative. At the CEES, we understand the challenges communities face in an increasingly energy and carbon constrained world.
By creating an open dialogue among stakeholders and opinion leaders, we will better understand how to reduce our own carbon footprint while helping our customers meet their toughest environmental challenges. To do this, we focus on technologies, policies, and behaviors that affect our company and our customers.
The CEES team of product experts and industry thought-leaders provides integrated education, advocacy and diverse solutions for the building construction industry, policy-makers and consumers.
Ingersoll Rand On Corporate Responsibility Magazine's 100 Best Corporate Citizens List
Inclusion on the list is based on disclosure and performance in seven key areas: climate change, employee relations, environmental, financial, governance, human rights, and philanthropy. The company's attention to sustainability issues and solutions has propelled its leadership role in this area.
Meet the CEES Team
Our staff brings the CEES mission to life through product and service innovation, education, and environmentally-excellent operations. We create partnerships with educational groups to fund and share research. Through internal education and training programs, we're helping to make sustainability and energy efficiency a priority for every Ingersoll Rand employee.
Meet the CEES Advisory Council on Sustainability
Our council members are global thought leaders in the areas of sustainability leadership and infrastructure development, as well as energy policy and technology. Bringing their considerable knowledge to the table, their expertise helps us understand critical issues and apply that learning to our strategy. The end result is more innovative products and solutions, and a less impactful operational footprint.