Masdar scores top marks for sustainability
Report praises firm's extensive efforts in clean energy
Abu Dhabi’s Masdar has published its first sustainability report, highlighting the clean energy firm’s performance in such things as clean energy, wastewater recycling and emissions reductions. The report has emphasised achievements such as the 860MW of clean energy capacity installed to date, the 100% wastewater recycling and the 9,160 tonnes of carbon dioxide saved through the construction methods of Masdar City.
Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Masdar CEO, said, “Masdar’s sustainability report highlights our achievements in the past year and offers a transparent overview of the organisation’s activities to our stakeholders. Sustainability is vital to the economic development of the UAE, and this report offers a key benchmark to measure our progress.”
“We are proud to release a sustainability report that meets international standards of disclosure. Across Masdar’s operations, from its projects to its supply chain management at Masdar, our performance reflects our commitment to global best practices,” added Masdar’s director of sustainability, Dr Nawal Al-Hosany.
Masdar has said that the report was developed using the reporting framework from the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), and received an “A+” rating for disclosing a wide range of sustainability indicators.