Looking Forward

The year 2021 was pivotal for EnerSys® as a sustainability technology company. We focused on measuring our impacts, setting meaningful goals and publishing our first full-length Sustainability Report. We believe this has helped us achieve the new levels of transparency and disclosure that our stakeholders increasingly expect.


Sustainability report 2021 - PDF DOWNLOAD


We continue our work to quantify and understand the potential impacts that climate change has on our business, including our supply chain. In the coming months and years will endeavor to provide additional details on our climate and other sustainability risks and opportunities.

Our innovative products and services are already supporting decarbonization globally, from fast-charging electric vehicles to enhancing grid resilience to making pathways to Net Zero a reality. We will continue to integrate sustainability throughout our business units to maintain our leadership in providing sustainable, reliable energy systems to our customers.1

As the world emerges from another year of challenges, EnerSys is diligently working towards a prosperous and more sustainable future. From how we run our business to the impact of our products and services worldwide, our company is more committed than ever to a future that benefits people and the planet. As we work to create shared value and success, we look forward to engaging with all our stakeholders as we progress along this journey.

For more information about our environmental metrics, visit our Data Table.

Data Table

For more information about alignment with our reporting frameworks, visit our SASB and GRI Index.

SASB and GRI Index

Sustainability Report 2021

Learn how EnerSys is contributing to building a sustainable future

1. Net Zero refers to Carbon neutrality (or Carbon dioxide equivalent). This can be achieved by balancing emissions of carbon dioxide with its removal (often through carbon offsetting) or by eliminating emissions from society (the transition to the “post-carbon economy”). The term is used in the context of carbon dioxide-releasing processes associated with transportation, energy production, agriculture and industry.