The energy sector accounts for over two-thirds of global GHG emissions and includes transportation, electricity and heat, buildings, manufacturing and construction, fugitive emissions and other fuel combustion1. It is our vision to lead the energy transition through advanced technology and innovative solutions. In doing so, TPI directly impacts climate change by advancing the decarbonization of the electric sector and supporting electrification of the vehicle fleet.
Our EHS policy helps guide all TPI activities to maximize the positive impact that we have on the environment through both the products we manufacture and how we manufacture them. We are committed to protecting our associates, stakeholders, community, and the environment through operating sustainably in compliance with all applicable regulations and standards. We aim to do this by integrating EHS into our business planning and decision making, using our resources more efficiently, empowering our associates with responsibility through training and education, monitoring and managing our EHS performance in alignment with relevant ISO standards, and more.
All our manufacturing facilities have an Environmental Management System (EMS) in place. We have third parties perform annual surveillance audits, and we have nine facilities ISO 14001 certified. We aim to have the remaining facilities certified by the end of 2023.