Environment

Sustainability Figures

For 173 years now, Siemens provides innovative technologies with the aspiration to improve the lives of people all over the world.

Siemens supports ESG Convergence

Siemens is commited to the Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics, a set of environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics and disclosures released by the World Economic Forum and its International Business Council (IBC) in September 2020, that measure the long-term enterprise value creation for all stakeholders.

“Sustainability is in our very DNA. It’s not an option. It’s a business imperative. Based on our successful track record, we’re now setting ourselves even more ambitious targets. We’ll accelerate our efforts and raise the bar to create considerably more value for all our stakeholders. Sustainable business growth goes hand in hand with the value we create for people and our planet.”

 

Judith Wiese, Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief Sustainability Officer and member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG

DEGREE

DEGREE - A clear framework for Sustainability

The answers to the challenges of our time matter – for the quality of life of people today and generations to come. Every degree counts as we strive to responsibly meet the needs of an ever-evolving future. This is why we are taking our ESG commitment to the next level now with our DEGREE framework. It constitutes a 360-degree approach for all stakeholders – our customers, our suppliers, our investors, our people, the societies we serve, and our planet.
Decarbonization

Support the 1.5°C target to fight global warming

  • Net zero operations by 2030 in line with SBTi pathway​
  • Net zero supply chain by 2050, 20% emissions reduction by 2030
Ethics

Foster a culture of trust, adhere to ethical standards and handle data with care

  • Striving to train 100% of our people on Siemens’ Business Conduct Guidelines every three years​
Governance

Apply state-of-the-art systems for effective and ​responsible business conduct

  • ESG secured supply chain based on supplier commitment to the Supplier Code of Conduct​
  • Long-term incentives based on ESG criteria
Resource efficiency

Achieve circularity and dematerialization 

  • Next-level robust eco-design for 100% of relevant Siemens product families by 2030​
  • Natural resource decoupling through increased purchase of secondary materials for metals and resins​
  • Circularity through waste-to-landfill reduction of 50% by 2025 and towards zero landfill waste by 2030
Equity

Foster diversity, inclusion, and community ​development to create a sense of belonging

  • 30% female share in Top Management by 2025 ​
  • Access to employee share plans: maintain high level and expand globally to 100%​
  • Global commitment to the New Normal Working Model
Employability

Enable our people to stay resilient and relevant in a permanently changing environment​

  • Double digital learning hours by 2025​
  • Access to employee assistance program: maintain high level and expand globally to 100% by 2025​
  • 30% improvement in Siemens’ globally aggregated LTFIR (lost time injury frequency rate) by 2025

Our sustainability approach

Sustainability is at the heart of our business activities. It determines our responsible business practices, our risk management approach and our technological contribution to climate protection, resource conservation and product safety in the interest of future generations.

 

With a strong focus on industry, infrastructure and transport, we help create agile factories, intelligent and efficient buildings, and more sustainable transport systems. This is how Siemens supports its customers to increase their competitiveness and - at the same time - sets the course for a successful energy transition in the areas of industry, transportation and buildings.

 

Our sustainable business practices are based on integrity, fairness, transparency and responsibility. With numerous programs, we promote the safety, training and well-being of our employees and are committed to equal rights and the further development of society.

Materiality approach

Material topics

In 2021 we updated our materiality assessment focusing on Siemens businesses Smart Infrastructure, Digital Industries as well as Mobility. The goal was to identify the most important material issues (economic, environmental, or social) for Siemens applying the concept of double materiality according to the CSR Directive Implementation Act, in Germany CSR-RUG. Therefore we analyzed the outside-in and the inside-out perspective besides stakeholder relevance. This materiality update helped us to prioritize relevant aspects of sustainability. We use the results to inform our strategy, constantly enhance our sustainability management and as basis for guiding processes to identify and manage potential opportunities and risks. The top three material issues identified based on the three perspectives of materiality are climate action, sustainable product design and lifecycle management as well as social and environmental standards in the supply chain.

 

How we identify and assess material and high priority issues:

We follow a stepwise approach in determining material issues. The materiality assessment is planned to be conducted at least every five years. The longlist of potentially relevant sustainability topics (~ 100) is derived of comprehensive desktop research on ratings, rankings and peers followed by shortlisting of relevant aspects in an internal workshop. Major next steps are the evaluation of three perspectives based on expert workshops as well as internal and external stakeholder interviews.

  • Outside-in perspective:
    Sustainability issues that are associated with opportunities or risks for the course of business, the annual financial statements or the situation of the company (business criticality). The top three material issues that have the greatest impact on our business and the generation of long-term value are climate action, sustainable product design and lifecycle management as well as social and environmental standards in the supply chain.
  • Inside-out perspective:
    Sustainability issues on which the company's business activities, business relationships, and products and services are likely to have either a positive or negative impact (sustainability relevance). The top three material issues where Siemens has the greatest impact on society and environment at large are climate action, social and environmental standards in the supply chain, cyber security and data management, sustainable product design and lifecycle management as well as partner management and collaboration.
  • Stakeholder perspective:
    Sustainability issues that are defined as material by key external stakeholders - such as customers, investors, suppliers, politics and NGOs - and internal stakeholders (stakeholder relevance).
Key Facts

Sustainability Report – Quick Read

We formulated further ambitious sustainability targets across the E-S-G structure in our last Sustainability Report.

Environment 

Our approach:

Our approach:
Our efforts in the field of decarbonization and resource protection cover the entire value chain. Imperative for Siemens are: climate protection, the economical use of energy, the efficient use of environmentally friendly materials and the principles of recycling management, which complement each other.

 

Long-term targets:

  • Contribution to the energy transition in key sectors, such as transport, buildings and industry through energy-efficient and environmentally friendly technologies.
  • Use of disruptive technologies and innovative business models to actively contribute to a circular economy.
  • Eco efficient Operations by 2030.
  • All relevant product families covered with robust eco design criteria by 2030 and eco satisfaction performance in customer surveys by 2030.
  • Continuous substitution of substances of concern by 2030.
  • Energy efficiency improvement above 10% by 2030.
  • Phase out of single-use-plastic in canteens and cafes globally by 2023.
  • Foster sustainable ecosystems by anchoring biodiversity measures as part of the Siemens Environmental Management System.

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Social 

Our approach:

We put people at the center. With numerous programs, we promote the safety, training and well-being of our employees and are committed to the further development of society.

 

Long-term targets:

  • Strengthening the appreciation of diversity through the ‘Diversity Charter’ and creating an open and non-discriminatory corporate culture.
  • Promotion of employee development through both, global and decentralized programs.
  • Proactive accomodation of structural change by investing €100 million in a "Future Fund" to ensure employability. 
  • Continuous development of occupational safety and health management measures to promote, improve and prevent the health and well-being of employees.
  • Promotion of social commitment in the areas of access to technology, access to education and sustainable development of communities.

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Governance 

Our approach:

Our sustainable business practices are based on integrity, fairness, transparency and responsibility. We regard respect for human rights as part of our corporate responsibility along the entire value chain. In the area of cyber security, we assume responsibility well-beyond our corporate boundaries.

 

Long-term targets:

  • Systematically embedding environmental, social and human rights risks in Siemens business decisions and continuously increasing transparency with regard to risk identification, risk assessment and risk management.
  • Regular execution of stakeholder surveys on human rights related material topics. 
  • Zero tolerance for violations of applicable law and our own internal regulations.
  • Preventing the use of conflict minerals in the supply chain.

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®Business to Society

Siemens' contribution to society

How do we measure our contribution?

As part of the UN Agenda 2030, the long-term priorities are clear: end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity. Siemens contributes to the achievement of these priorities by providing access to clean and affordable energy solutions, creating smart and livable cities, providing access to innovative healthcare systems and much more. 

 

Even before the UN Agenda with its 17 SDGs, Siemens developed a proprietary methodology to measure the contribution to society – the ®Business to Society methodology, which allows us to quantitatively measure the social contribution of our activities in various dimensions. These dimensions include strengthening the economy, developing jobs and skills, driving innovation, protecting the environment, improving the quality of life and shaping social change. The ®Business to Society methodology also enables us to evaluate our contribution to achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Siemens has meanwhile published Business to Society reports in over 35 countries.

  • Americas
  • Europe
  • Middle East, Africa
  • Asia, Australia

Argentina

Siemens has contributed to > 80% of the installed electricity generation over the last 10 years.
Siemens is responsible for ~ 70% of the electrification of the railway infrastructure.
~ 75% of laboratories use technology from Siemens Healthineers to process complex clinical analyses.
Siemens has contributed to > 80% of the installed electricity generation over the last 10 years.
Siemens is responsible for ~ 70% of the electrification of the railway infrastructure.
~ 75% of laboratories use technology from Siemens Healthineers to process complex clinical analyses.

Brazil

~ 9,000 people benefited from volunteering projects by Siemens employees.
Siemens equipment is responsible for 50% of Brazil's energy generation, transmission and distribution.
Biomass and wind technologies help customers reduce 3 million of CO2 emissions per year.
~ 9,000 people benefited from volunteering projects by Siemens employees.
Siemens equipment is responsible for 50% of Brazil's energy generation, transmission and distribution.
Biomass and wind technologies help customers reduce 3 million of CO2 emissions per year.

Canada

With electricity for Siemens offices coming from renewable energy sources, > 1,150 tons of CO₂ emissions can be avoided each year.
> 31 million Canadians benefit from Siemens Healthineers products. Daily, 85,000 Canadians receive treatment or testing from a Siemens device.
Siemens Canada invests $1.7 million in employees training.
With electricity for Siemens offices coming from renewable energy sources, > 1,150 tons of CO₂ emissions can be avoided each year.
> 31 million Canadians benefit from Siemens Healthineers products. Daily, 85,000 Canadians receive treatment or testing from a Siemens device.
Siemens Canada invests $1.7 million in employees training.

Colombia

Over 70% of the Colombian industry is equipped with Siemens automation technology.
Siemens contributed to the reduction of 808 metric tons CO2 in 2016 and reduced its energy consumption by 25% and its gas consumption by 27%.
The installation of SkyHydrant filters provided more than 380,000 people in over 500 educations institutions with drinking water.
Over 70% of the Colombian industry is equipped with Siemens automation technology.
Siemens contributed to the reduction of 808 metric tons CO2 in 2016 and reduced its energy consumption by 25% and its gas consumption by 27%.
The installation of SkyHydrant filters provided more than 380,000 people in over 500 educations institutions with drinking water.

Mexico

6 million Mexicans daily benefited from Siemens rail products and solutions through its presence in 11 subway lines in Mexico City, 3 in Monterrey and 1 in Guadalajara.
60% of automotive and brewery production used Siemens technology in 2016. Siemens has also presence in 65% of mining units and 76% of cement plants.
Reduction of 4 million tons of CO2 in 2016 through Siemens Mexico’s Environmental Portfolio, equivalent to the emissions of 800,000 cars per year.
6 million Mexicans daily benefited from Siemens rail products and solutions through its presence in 11 subway lines in Mexico City, 3 in Monterrey and 1 in Guadalajara.
60% of automotive and brewery production used Siemens technology in 2016. Siemens has also presence in 65% of mining units and 76% of cement plants.
Reduction of 4 million tons of CO2 in 2016 through Siemens Mexico’s Environmental Portfolio, equivalent to the emissions of 800,000 cars per year.

United States

Over the last 15 years, Siemens has invested ~ $40 billion in the United States.
Siemens’ power generation technologies produce electricity able to meet > 30% of the country’s power demand.
~ 95 tests are run every second on a Siemens Healthineers' immunoassay and clinical chemistry technology.
Over the last 15 years, Siemens has invested ~ $40 billion in the United States.
Siemens’ power generation technologies produce electricity able to meet > 30% of the country’s power demand.
~ 95 tests are run every second on a Siemens Healthineers' immunoassay and clinical chemistry technology.

Austria

By utilizing green energy purchasing and increasing the efficiency of the vehicle fleet, Siemens Austria has reduced its CO2 emissions by actual 31% and aims for a total reduction of 50% till 2020 (compared to 2015).
In Seestadt Aspern, one of Europe’s largest urban developments, Siemens Austria partners in a Joint Venture with the City of Vienna to develop digital automation solutions for managed buildings and distribution grids for a renewable energy system.
In order to use technology as a transfer medium, making art and culture accessible to a broad public, Siemens Austria initiated the Siemens Festival Nights in 2002, together with the Salzburg Festival and the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF). Last year about 70,000 visitors attended this open-air cinema-culture-event for anyone.
By utilizing green energy purchasing and increasing the efficiency of the vehicle fleet, Siemens Austria has reduced its CO2 emissions by actual 31% and aims for a total reduction of 50% till 2020 (compared to 2015).
In Seestadt Aspern, one of Europe’s largest urban developments, Siemens Austria partners in a Joint Venture with the City of Vienna to develop digital automation solutions for managed buildings and distribution grids for a renewable energy system.
In order to use technology as a transfer medium, making art and culture accessible to a broad public, Siemens Austria initiated the Siemens Festival Nights in 2002, together with the Salzburg Festival and the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF). Last year about 70,000 visitors attended this open-air cinema-culture-event for anyone.

Czech Republic

Siemens has reduced its CO2 emissions by 70% (compared with 2014) by implementing energy efficiency measures and making use of green energy purchasing.
With 1,000 highly-qualified positions in R&D, we contribute to keeping the innovative human potential in the country.
More than 35,000 jobs are linked to Siemens‘ activities in the Czech Republic.
Siemens has reduced its CO2 emissions by 70% (compared with 2014) by implementing energy efficiency measures and making use of green energy purchasing.
With 1,000 highly-qualified positions in R&D, we contribute to keeping the innovative human potential in the country.
More than 35,000 jobs are linked to Siemens‘ activities in the Czech Republic.

Germany

50% of German electricity is generated using Siemens technology.
> 530,000 people benefit daily from Siemens Healthineers' technology.
Siemens' customers have saved 26 million tons of CO₂ through Siemens' environmental portfolio.
50% of German electricity is generated using Siemens technology.
> 530,000 people benefit daily from Siemens Healthineers' technology.
Siemens' customers have saved 26 million tons of CO₂ through Siemens' environmental portfolio.

Russia

Siemens’ urban infrastructure solutions help improve the quality of life of > 96 million Russians.
Siemens works with 2,200 suppliers, thus indirectly providing jobs to 47,800 people.
> 2,000 facilities are equipped with innovative Siemens’ automation solutions.
Siemens’ urban infrastructure solutions help improve the quality of life of > 96 million Russians.
Siemens works with 2,200 suppliers, thus indirectly providing jobs to 47,800 people.
> 2,000 facilities are equipped with innovative Siemens’ automation solutions.

United Kingdom

400,000 students have been reached by education projects facilitated by Siemens employees, enabling £12 million of economic value to participants.
50% of wind energy is provided through Siemens Gamesa wind turbines.
400,000 students have been reached by education projects facilitated by Siemens employees, enabling £12 million of economic value to participants.
50% of wind energy is provided through Siemens Gamesa wind turbines.

Algeria

> 75,000 passengers per day make use of the Algiers metro, for which Siemens delivered the complete rail system.
Over the past five years, Siemens has invested > 100 million DZD ( > 900,000 EUR) to train employees.
> 8 million people have access to Siemens Healthineers CT scanners in Algeria.
> 75,000 passengers per day make use of the Algiers metro, for which Siemens delivered the complete rail system.
Over the past five years, Siemens has invested > 100 million DZD ( > 900,000 EUR) to train employees.
> 8 million people have access to Siemens Healthineers CT scanners in Algeria.

Morocco

Siemens is active in Morocco with SCADA Energy Grid Control in six towns to enhance efficiency and stability of power supply.
Each employee of Siemens in Morocco enables more than 12 jobs in the country through Siemens' procurement and through private spending of wages paid.
1.3 million people will benefit from NOOR solar park, using Siemens turbines. NOOR is the most ambitious solar complex on the planet.
Siemens is helping develop local skills by sharing technical know-how and has trained > 300 persons in the “Industry” and “Public services” segments.
Siemens is active in Morocco with SCADA Energy Grid Control in six towns to enhance efficiency and stability of power supply.
Each employee of Siemens in Morocco enables more than 12 jobs in the country through Siemens' procurement and through private spending of wages paid.
1.3 million people will benefit from NOOR solar park, using Siemens turbines. NOOR is the most ambitious solar complex on the planet.
Siemens is helping develop local skills by sharing technical know-how and has trained > 300 persons in the “Industry” and “Public services” segments.

Oman

Siemens inspired more than 4,000 students through educational experiments relating to energy at the Children's Science Museum.
Siemens electrifies the new Muscat airport to support the increase of airport travel capacity above 40 Million people per year.
Siemens building automation keeps people comfortable in more than 90 landmarks and in more than 80% of Oman's hospitals.
Siemens inspired more than 4,000 students through educational experiments relating to energy at the Children's Science Museum.
Siemens electrifies the new Muscat airport to support the increase of airport travel capacity above 40 Million people per year.
Siemens building automation keeps people comfortable in more than 90 landmarks and in more than 80% of Oman's hospitals.

Qatar

Qatar's state-of-the-art tram system will consume 25% less energy per year and reduce CO2 emissions.
200 buildings in Qatar are equipped with our smart solutions and advanced technologies.
We support local knowledge transfer by providing customers with 55+ training sessions a year that amount to 14,500 hours.
Qatar's state-of-the-art tram system will consume 25% less energy per year and reduce CO2 emissions.
200 buildings in Qatar are equipped with our smart solutions and advanced technologies.
We support local knowledge transfer by providing customers with 55+ training sessions a year that amount to 14,500 hours.

Saudi Arabia

14,280 is the number of patients who benefit daily from healthcare based on Siemens equipment in the Kingdom.
We increased the number of our female employees by 23% in the last 2 years.
Siemens is providing metro trains, electrification and signaling for Riyadh metro lines 1 and 2, enabling 21,000 passengers per hour, reducing CO2 emissions by 1.7 million metric tons.
14,280 is the number of patients who benefit daily from healthcare based on Siemens equipment in the Kingdom.
We increased the number of our female employees by 23% in the last 2 years.
Siemens is providing metro trains, electrification and signaling for Riyadh metro lines 1 and 2, enabling 21,000 passengers per hour, reducing CO2 emissions by 1.7 million metric tons.

South Africa

Siemens supported ~ 57% of total local car production (~ 341 600 cars).
~ 17 980 training days and R224m invested in employee up-skilling over the last four years.
Distributed Energy Systems (DES) installed at Siemens Park has reduced energy demand from the national grid by 40%.
Siemens supported ~ 57% of total local car production (~ 341 600 cars).
~ 17 980 training days and R224m invested in employee up-skilling over the last four years.
Distributed Energy Systems (DES) installed at Siemens Park has reduced energy demand from the national grid by 40%.

Turkey

Siemens products and solutions account for 30% of total electricity generation and represent 16% of the installed base in Turkey.
200,000 people benefit daily from Siemens Healthineers' technologies and > 32 million people have access to medical imaging equipment.
Siemens’ Environmental Portfolio helps reduce the CO2 footprint equivalent to the emissions of ~ 3 million vehicles.
Siemens products and solutions account for 30% of total electricity generation and represent 16% of the installed base in Turkey.
200,000 people benefit daily from Siemens Healthineers' technologies and > 32 million people have access to medical imaging equipment.
Siemens’ Environmental Portfolio helps reduce the CO2 footprint equivalent to the emissions of ~ 3 million vehicles.

United Arab Emirates

Siemens' office in Masdar City has achieved savings of 55% in energy and 47% in water consumption compared to standard UAE office buildings.
Siemens works with local transportation partners to spearhead innovation to transfer 10% of road traffic to public transport.
Siemens provides 40% of the electricity produced to meet daily consumption needs of 3.6 million residents.
Siemens' office in Masdar City has achieved savings of 55% in energy and 47% in water consumption compared to standard UAE office buildings.
Siemens works with local transportation partners to spearhead innovation to transfer 10% of road traffic to public transport.
Siemens provides 40% of the electricity produced to meet daily consumption needs of 3.6 million residents.

Australia

30% of Australia’s capacity to generate electricity is enabled by Siemens technology.
Siemens is engaging with > 50% of all Australian universities.
> 50% of consumed water is measured, treated, produced or otherwise influenced by Siemens technology.
30% of Australia’s capacity to generate electricity is enabled by Siemens technology.
Siemens is engaging with > 50% of all Australian universities.
> 50% of consumed water is measured, treated, produced or otherwise influenced by Siemens technology.

China

By fiscal 2018, Siemens had 21 R&D hubs, nearly 5,000 R&D and engineering staff, and nearly 13,000 active patents and patent applications in China.
Siemens I-Green Education Program, rolled out in 10 Chinese cities, had helped over 23,500 migrant children with increased awareness of environmental protection and scientific innovation.
More than 1/4 of China’s mid/ high-end buildings use Siemens’ fire alarm systems.
By fiscal 2018, Siemens had 21 R&D hubs, nearly 5,000 R&D and engineering staff, and nearly 13,000 active patents and patent applications in China.
Siemens I-Green Education Program, rolled out in 10 Chinese cities, had helped over 23,500 migrant children with increased awareness of environmental protection and scientific innovation.
More than 1/4 of China’s mid/ high-end buildings use Siemens’ fire alarm systems.

Indonesia

The first Indonesia’s wind farms in South Sulawesi is providing green energy to some 150,000 homes using Siemens Gamesa wind turbines thus contributing to Indonesia’s 23% renewable target by 2025.
Contributing to increase quality of education by partnering with more than 14 vocational schools and embark on a pilot vocational school.
Expanding localization by boosting local content of Siemens manufactured products and strengthening industrial capacity through local partnerships.
Providing health access to Indonesia people through more than 3000 units of healthcare equipment installed in 900 hospitals and 300 laboratories.
The first Indonesia’s wind farms in South Sulawesi is providing green energy to some 150,000 homes using Siemens Gamesa wind turbines thus contributing to Indonesia’s 23% renewable target by 2025.
Contributing to increase quality of education by partnering with more than 14 vocational schools and embark on a pilot vocational school.
Expanding localization by boosting local content of Siemens manufactured products and strengthening industrial capacity through local partnerships.
Providing health access to Indonesia people through more than 3000 units of healthcare equipment installed in 900 hospitals and 300 laboratories.

Korea

Siemens Healthineers initiates clinical and AI research project with 37 domestic hospitals every year to enable precise diagnosis and digitalized healthcare
Contributing to KRW 1.3 trillion of gross domestic product creation by working with 4,000 suppliers
Siemens supports major universities and smart factory initiatives to master the structural changes on the way to a digital and green economy
Siemens Healthineers initiates clinical and AI research project with 37 domestic hospitals every year to enable precise diagnosis and digitalized healthcare
Contributing to KRW 1.3 trillion of gross domestic product creation by working with 4,000 suppliers
Siemens supports major universities and smart factory initiatives to master the structural changes on the way to a digital and green economy

Malaysia

The 6 Siemens SGT5-8000H gas turbines will contribute to the reduction of more than 250,000 tons of CO2 annually.
More than 1,000 students enrolled for SITRAIN certification by Siemens Malaysia between January 2016 and January 2019, equipping students with technical and digitalization know-how.
Women represent almost half of the workforce of Siemens Malaysia.
The 6 Siemens SGT5-8000H gas turbines will contribute to the reduction of more than 250,000 tons of CO2 annually.
More than 1,000 students enrolled for SITRAIN certification by Siemens Malaysia between January 2016 and January 2019, equipping students with technical and digitalization know-how.
Women represent almost half of the workforce of Siemens Malaysia.

Myanmar

Siemens provides Myanmar’s National Control Center for its national GRID as well as two Regional Control Centers together with 70 substation automation systems, all of which help distribute electricity efficiently throughout the country with over 52 million people.
~ 35% of Myanmar’s total Electricity (~ 3000MWhr) has been transmitted through Siemens Circuit Breakers every hour since 10 years ago.
Siemens supports education of university students by granting 820 licenses of state of the art automation software packages to 35 main universities in Myanmar for technical training on automation technologies. This is to enhance students’ automation skills and to develop the country’s technical workforces which currently play a significant role in the future of manufacturing industry.
Siemens provides Myanmar’s National Control Center for its national GRID as well as two Regional Control Centers together with 70 substation automation systems, all of which help distribute electricity efficiently throughout the country with over 52 million people.
~ 35% of Myanmar’s total Electricity (~ 3000MWhr) has been transmitted through Siemens Circuit Breakers every hour since 10 years ago.
Siemens supports education of university students by granting 820 licenses of state of the art automation software packages to 35 main universities in Myanmar for technical training on automation technologies. This is to enhance students’ automation skills and to develop the country’s technical workforces which currently play a significant role in the future of manufacturing industry.

Singapore

Singapore's 5.6 million residents enjoy the world’s most reliable power grid thanks to Siemens Energy Management Systems.
Siemens works with local transportation partners to spearhead innovation to transfer 10% of road traffic to public transport. Siemens employs > 1,500 people and supports local economy by interacting with > 1,200 local business entities.
500,000 MRT riderships enabled by Siemens Rail Automation & Power Supply solutions every day.
Singapore's 5.6 million residents enjoy the world’s most reliable power grid thanks to Siemens Energy Management Systems.
Siemens works with local transportation partners to spearhead innovation to transfer 10% of road traffic to public transport. Siemens employs > 1,500 people and supports local economy by interacting with > 1,200 local business entities.
500,000 MRT riderships enabled by Siemens Rail Automation & Power Supply solutions every day.

Thailand

Siemens provides > 100 km of public transport tracks with a daily ridership of > 1 million people.
~ 30% of Thailand’s electricity is generated using Siemens equipment representing 9.5 GW of installed capacity.
Siemens Gamesa supplies 90 wind turbines for the first and largest wind farm in ASEAN.
Siemens provides > 100 km of public transport tracks with a daily ridership of > 1 million people.
~ 30% of Thailand’s electricity is generated using Siemens equipment representing 9.5 GW of installed capacity.
Siemens Gamesa supplies 90 wind turbines for the first and largest wind farm in ASEAN.

Vietnam

Siemens' gas turbines contribute to ~10% of Vietnam’s total electricity output, enabling high power reliability of > 95%.
> 60% of hospitals and clinics are equipped with Siemens Healthineers' diagnostic and imaging systems.
A total of > 93,000 jobs are created through Siemens' local business activities.
Siemens' gas turbines contribute to ~10% of Vietnam’s total electricity output, enabling high power reliability of > 95%.
> 60% of hospitals and clinics are equipped with Siemens Healthineers' diagnostic and imaging systems.
A total of > 93,000 jobs are created through Siemens' local business activities.
Ratings and Rankings

Sustainability-related Ratings & Rankings

Siemens' commitment to sustainability is widely recognized in significant ratings and rankings. For us, this is both a confirmation of our strategic orientation as well as a way to challenge our progress.

Siemens receives an A- rating

The CDP rates Siemens as one of the world's most sustainable companies in the area of climate protection and has given us an A- rating for fiscal 2019.

 

CDP Global is a non-profit organisation comprising the CDP Worldwide Group, CDP North America, Inc. and CDP Europe AISBL. 

Siemens: Number 2 among industrial conglomerates

In 2020, Siemens ranked number 2 among industrial conglomerates with top scores in areas such as innovation, cyber security and environmental protection (operational eco-efficiency and product stewardship).

 

The Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (or DJSI World) represents the top 10% of the largest 2,500 companies in the S&P Global Broad Market Index, based on long-term environmental, social and governance criteria.

Siemens receives Silver Recognition Level 

Siemens received 61 points in its scorecard, which corresponds to the "Silver Recognition Level". 

 

EcoVadis carries out sustainability assessments for suppliers in global supply chains. The evaluation focuses on 21 criteria, which are divided into four overarching themes (environment, labour practices and human rights, fair business practices, sustainable procurement). These criteria are based on international CSR standards such as the Global Compact Principles, the conventions of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standard, the ISO 26000 standard and the CERES principles.

Siemens is again a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index

In May 2020, Siemens was again confirmed as a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index.

 

The FTSE4Good (Financial Times Stock Exchange) index series is designed to measure the performance of companies that demonstrate strong environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices. The FTSE4Good Index is a series of stock market indices for ethical investments, launched by the FTSE Group in 2001.

Siemens is awarded the Prime Status

ISS-oekom is one of the world's leading rating agencies for sustainable investments. The ISS-oekom rating takes environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects into account by evaluating more than 100 industry-specific indicators with grades from A+ (best grade) to D-. 

Siemens is rated AA in the MSCI World Index

We continue being listed in the MSCI World index. In May 2020, MSCI confirmed Siemens' AA rating. 

 

The MSCI World Index is a broad-based global equity index that tracks the performance of shares of large and medium-sized companies in all 23 countries of the developed markets, including the countries of the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific Rim. 

Siemens takes first place in the field of ESG

In May 2021, Siemens received an ESG Risk Rating of 28.4 and was assessed by Sustainalytics to be at medium risk of experiencing material financial impacts from ESG factors. Siemens’s ESG Risk Rating places it 5th out of 105 in the Industrial Conglomerates industry assessed by Sustainalytics. The management of material ESG risks at Siemens is rated as strong. The company's overall exposure is high and is similar to subindustry average.

 

Sustainalytics’ ESG Risk Ratings measure a company’s exposure to industry-specific material ESG risks and how well a company is managing those risks. The Rating distinguishes between five levels of risk: negligible, low, medium, high and severe.

 

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In 2020 VigeoEiris' analysis resulted in 57 points

Vigeo Eiris’ sustainability ratings provide a complete picture of a company's sustainability performance. This allows market participants to gain ESG insights to manage risks and better consider their social and environmental impacts. The ratings combine Vigeo Eiris' assessment of a company's sustainability impact with an analysis of management's response to ESG risks.


Vigeo Eiris’ EURONEXT indices are composed of the highest-ranking listed companies according to their evaluation of their ESG performance. Siemens is constituent of the EUROZONE 120 index.