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AirTrunk sets net zero emissions by 2030 target

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AirTrunk has announced its commitment to net zero emissions by 2030, revealing a new approach to emissions reporting designed specifically for hyperscale data centre environments.

AirTrunk’s announcement, which covers Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions, was released as part of its FY22 Sustainability Report.

According to a statement by the company, it is continuing to achieve carbon neutrality for its Scope 1 emissions, as well as the Scope 2 emissions from its corporate head offices. The company will continue to monitor, measure and report its Scope 3 emissions, and develop a roadmap to manage these emissions in the future.

AirTrunk Founder and CEO, Robin Khuda, said, “The climate crisis is one of the most important global challenges of our generation. By taking immediate action to reduce our emissions, we are making an important commitment to our employees, investors, customers, partners and communities, for generations to come.

“As the pioneer of hyperscale data centres in the region, we are also pioneering a global standard for managing net zero emissions in hyperscale data centre environments. It is based on transparency, accountability and customer collaboration, and balances climate ambition with emissions ownership.”

KPMG has been brought in by AitTrunk to independently assure selected sustainability information including Scope 1, 2 and select Scope 3 emissions as well as carbon offsets.

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