GE Earth Day

GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, today marked Earth Day by releasing its 2021 Corporate Citizenship Report, highlighting the latest progress and five bold new goals that will power the company’s future work across its five core pillars: Community Engagement, Inclusion & Diversity, Operations Sustainability, Product Sustainability, and Compliance & Ethics.

“This work is central to who we are as a business and what we want to accomplish in the future”
Inspired by people and powered by innovation, GE Appliances is committed to building the world’s best appliances and strengthening communities. The GEA Way Forward goals, developed with employees, customers and appliance owners, reflect the company’s top priorities and are driving GE Appliances’ Citizenship efforts.

The GEA Way Forward Goals

Create 10,000 U.S. jobs by 2027.Reach 40% women and 40% people of color by 2025.Use 15% less energy to make each product at all U.S. plants by 2026.*Transition 100% of products produced in North America to lower global warming potential refrigerants and foams by 2025.Spend $1 billion cumulatively with diverse suppliers by 2030

WIRE)–GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, today marked Earth Day by releasing its 2021 Corporate Citizenship Report, highlightingthe latest progress and five bold new goals that will power the company’s future work across its five core pillars: Community Engagement, Inclusion & Diversity, Operations Sustainability, Product Sustainability, and Compliance & Ethics.

“This work is central to who we are as a business and what we want to accomplish in the future”Tweet this

Inspired by people and powered by innovation, GE Appliances is committed to building the world’s best appliances and strengthening communities. The GEA Way Forward goals, developed with employees, customers and appliance owners, reflect the company’s top priorities and are driving GE Appliances’ Citizenship efforts.

The GEA Way Forward Goals

  1. Create 10,000 U.S. jobs by 2027.
  2. Reach 40% women and 40% people of color by 2025.
  3. Use 15% less energy to make each product at all U.S. plants by 2026.*
  4. Transition 100% of products produced in North America to lower global warming potential refrigerants and foams by 2025.
  5. Spend $1 billion cumulatively with diverse suppliers by 2030