Our sustainability goal is clear: to help build a more sustainable electric power system the world needs. To succeed in our goal, we must also succeed in how we operate as a company and team.

We’re committed to improving our impacts on our people, communities, and planet. We lead with integrity, respecting human rights, and work to ensure the safety of our teams. By deeply embedding lean principles and tools, we are creating a problem-solving culture, serving our customers better, and making progress on our pledge to achieve carbon neutrality in our own operations by 2030, including Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions. We’re also committed to action that can help address some of the world's most pressing challenges, including a net zero ambition for 2050 for the Scope 3 emissions from our sold products.

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Our Sustainability Principles

We understand the complexity of the challenge ahead and are committed to innovation, agility, and collaboration, guided by our core principles.

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    Knowing this path will take decades, we prioritize credibility first and foremost with our stakeholders to share what we objectively know and do not know. This also means that as we get better and more credible information, we will share that with our stakeholders.

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    Continuous learning

    Our analysis is based on how we see things today. We are committed to continuous learning to enable more insights and opportunities to make a difference, and we expect to make progress over time.

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    We know no one company can solve these issues alone. With GE Vernova's spirit of humility, we welcome continued collaborations with our customers, investors, regulators, peers, and those throughout our value chain, to achieve success toward our goals.

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    Commitment to Innovation and Technology

    GE Vernova plays an important role in achieving the energy sector’s net zero goals by delivering state-of-the-art technology today to make progress while innovating breakthrough technologies for tomorrow.


Our Performance

Following our spin-off from GE expected in April 2024, we look forward to sharing performance data for GE Vernova later in the year. In the meantime, we are proud to share GE’s 2022 Sustainability Report and metrics, which showed positive trends across our businesses.

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The United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out 17 objectives to help nations address our most pressing global challenges, from climate change to inequality. Currently, we see close alignment between 10 of the 17 SDGs and our business strategy and sustainability priorities.

Reports and Policies

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Later in 2024, we will report in detail on GE Vernova’s 2023 sustainability progress. In the meantime, you can read more about our work in GE’s 2022 Sustainability Report.

  • Sustainability Index

  • 2022 Sustainability Report (PDF, 12.9 MB)

  • Executive Summary, 2022 Sustainability Report (PDF, 2.8 MB)

¹ Data is based on historical GE reporting requirements and may change post legal separation in alignment with legal entities and emerging regulatory reporting requirements on climate related data.