The Financial Times and data powerhouse Statista today recognized Atea as a European leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with its operations.
The newest edition of Europe’s Climate Leaders, jointly published by the Times and Statista in April 2023, showcases intensive data on emissions-reduction intensity, reporting transparency and other reduction commitments. It now also includes new methodology reflecting every reviewed company’s transparency on Scope 3 emissions and other indicators of their commitment to reducing emissions.
Atea CEO Steinar Sønsteby welcomed this achievement: “We’re deeply committed to building a better future with IT. So we’re honored by this prestigious recognition of Atea’s continuing efforts to address climate change. Reducing and avoiding emissions goes beyond our own operations: we’re also helping our customers succeed there. All these efforts will keep accelerating as part of our 2030 Vision.”
Read more: ft.com/climate-leaders-europe-2023.
Highlights of Atea’s recent record of sustainability achievements:
- In 2023, earned the 49th position in the annual Global 100 Index and was also recognized as the most sustainable company globally within the IT Services Industry for the second consecutive year.
- In 2022, earned an A- rating in the CDP’s annual climate change questionnaire: higher than both the average in regional Europe (B) and in the IT/software sector (C). It’s Atea’s highest ranking since first reporting to CDP over ten years ago.
- Endorsed in 2022 by Canalys as one of its Environmental Partner Leaders.
- Consecutively awarded (since 2020) the highest rating (top 1% of 100,000 organizations globally) in environmental and social performance by EcoVadis: a highly respected evaluator of corporate sustainability.
For details on Atea's sustainability efforts, as well as data, annual reports, policies and other important insights, see: atea.com/esg-overview.
For more information, contact:
Andreas Antonsen, Chief Sustainability Officer, Atea Group
email@example.com, (+46) 8 633 68 57
Atea (atea.com) is the leading supplier of IT infrastructure in the Nordic and Baltic regions. Atea is present in 88 cities with over 8,000 employees in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Atea delivers hardware and software from leading global vendors, and provides consulting and technical services to support its customers with the design, implementation and operation of their IT environments. Atea had gross sales of approximately NOK 47 billion (EUR 4.6 billion) in 2022 and is listed on Oslo Stock Exchange.