Net-zero transition for a leading global electronic components manufacturer
PIE supported a leading global electronic components manufacturer headquartered in Japan to understand its climate impact and define a pathway to decarbonise its products and processes.
We developed its GHG emissions inventory, with near-term and long-term science-based emissions reduction targets, which successfully achieved approval and validation by the SBTi. PIE also provided a customised emissions consolidation tool for tracking its Scope 1, 2 and 3 GHG emissions.
PIE also helped this multinational electronic components company, with close to 100 manufacturing and R&D facilities in Asia and across the world and a complex global supply chain, conduct climate scenario analysis to understand its exposure to physical and transition climate-related risks and opportunities and stress-test the resilience of its assets and business strategies.
Over a two-year climate journey together, the company's CDP Climate scores improved from Level B to global A-List and is recognised as Supplier Engagement Leader. Insights from our climate research and strategic engagement programmes inspired this global electronic components manufacturer to refresh its investment, R&D and business strategy to be in tune with opportunities brought by climate change. We also helped the company develop its TCFD-aligned disclosure, with qualitative and quantitative financial impact, in its annual financial report.