TPI directly contributes to the decarbonization of the electric sector and supports electrification of the transportation sector. Power generation and vehicles are responsible for almost half of global GHG emissions. We want to make a meaningful reduction in GHG emissions to combat climate change through the products that we manufacture and enable faster adoption at lower costs.1

We aim to maximize the positive impact we have on our environment. TPI’s EHS policy provides the foundation needed to accomplish this at each of our locations. We are committed to protecting the environment and securing the health and safety of our associates and the members of the communities where we operate. We do so by fully considering EHS effects of our facilities, integrating these considerations into our business planning and decision making, empowering our associates with responsibility and education, and providing organizational structure support, directive and resources so that we may continuously improve.

All our manufacturing facilities have an environmental management system (EMS) in place. We currently have six facilities ISO 14001 certified, and we aim to have the remaining facilities certified as well.

1 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). (2014). Fifth Assessment Report (AR 5)