WHA Group commits to achieving Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2050
WHA Group is committed to conducting business while creating sustainable growth with all stakeholders by giving importance to environment, social and good governance practices. One of the key issues that the Company determines to achieve is to accelerate sustainable climate change action to solve greenhouse gas and global warming issues by reducing greenhouse gas emissions as well as building important infrastructures such as promoting the use of renewable energy and using relevant technologies and innovations throughout the Group's value chain. This ambitious actions will be in line with global trends in responding to climate change issues including Thailand's goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030 and net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
To develop a net zero roadmap, WHA Group has initiated the following climate-action interventions through its core business operations such as developing and constructing new project focusing on resource efficiency. Moreover, the Group pushes to reduce energy consumption from sources that generate greenhouse gases as much as possible by promoting the use of renewable energy with the target to increase production capacity of solar rooftop totaling of 300 megawatts by 2023. The Group is also committed to reducing its dependence on natural resources through the water reclamation projects which directly reduces the use of raw water from natural sources and also established a long-term target to double water reclamation capacity from 30,200 m3 per day in 2020 to 60,400 m3 per day by 2025.
WHA Group continues to help address climate change issues by setting ambitious emissions reduction targets as well as studying various technologies and adopting new innovation to reach Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2050 in line with the SBTi (Science Based Targets Initiative).
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
|Scope 1 emissions||ton CO2e||693||645||1,563||1,146|
|Scope 2 emissions||ton CO2e||19,419||18,671||16,389||18,104|
|Scope 3 emissions||ton CO2e||n.a.||n.a.||n.a.||116,422|