Governance: Leadership

EnerSys has been a leader in manufacturing energy storage and energy systems for over 100 years. Our reputation for building reliable products and solutions is rooted in our strong corporate governance. Board members are selected based on their integrity and character, sound and independent judgment, breadth of experience, business acumen, leadership skills, scientific or technology expertise, familiarity with issues affecting global business in diverse industries, and diversity of backgrounds and experience.

Through Board committees, the EnerSys Board communicates and monitors policy compliance. These policies include sustainability, conflict minerals, environmental responsibility and engagement, employee and supplier diversity, anti-slavery and human trafficking, battery recycling programs, and environmental and sustainability issues related to the production and life cycle of our products.

We have developed supplemental committees dedicated to bolstering our company’s commitment to sustainability. In conjunction with the EnerSys sustainability department, these committees play a vital role in fostering a culture of environmental responsibility, social awareness, and ethical business practices within our organization. The collaborative efforts of these committees, working in tandem with the sustainability department, create a powerful synergy that supports and enhances our company’s sustainability goals.


EnerSys has provided minority and woman-owned business enterprises (MWBE) an equal opportunity to participate in all aspects of our business. Our focus on DEI and commerce helps foster diversity, equity, and inclusion into its supply chain for partnership with new diverse and small business suppliers. Since 2021, EnerSys has attributed over $730M to small and diverse businesses through our Supplier Diversity Program (U.S.).

EnerSys was ranked in the Top 10 Military Friendly® Supplier Diversity Programs in the $1B-$5B category. Military Friendly® is the standard that measures an organization’s commitment, effort, and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefits for the military community.

Not only are we continuing to increase the value of our small and diverse supplier portfolio, we are fostering ongoing collaboration and capacity building with existing diverse suppliers – helping to bring their valuable perspectives to benefit our customers, our communities, and company

Warm Springs Consulting LLC

To support our sustainability initiatives, we engaged Warm Springs Consulting (WSC), a sustainability consulting firm headquartered in Boise, Idaho. WSC is a woman-owned Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and certified B Corp with deep expertise in sustainability and ESG for the mining and minerals industry and decades of experience in government and decarbonization work.

WSC’s innovative interdisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, economists, and legal experts has been supporting our sustainability team with several key sustainability initiatives, including our 2022 and 2023 value chain (Scope 3) greenhouse gas inventories, our 2023 TCFD Report with climate scenario analysis, this 2023 Sustainability Report with ESRS compliance, our product avoided emissions calculations as well as our waste analysis and goals setting.