Bold Transformation for a Sustainable Future
Gigaton Challenge Playbook

We are dedicated to transforming our company and our industry to combat climate change. We are taking action to achieve our science-based targets, reduce our environmental impacts, and uplift stakeholders through collaborative partnerships to build a sustainable and resilient future. Our actions are guided by the latest climate change science and driven by our collective ambition to leave a lasting impact on the world for future generations.

With sustainability at the core of our business, we make continual adjustments to improve energy efficiency in our operations, reduce GHG emissions, limit water use, and generate less waste. By pushing the boundaries of innovation and engaging with stakeholders to foster collaborative partnerships, we are developing new technologies and asking more of ourselves and our partners to drive progress. Our 2030 Sustainability Commitments guide us as we make progress towards a more sustainable future. 

Our ambitious approach to climate change solutions led us to set science-based targets toward a path to net-zero by 2050:

  • Reduce our Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 50% below 2019 levels by 2030.
  • Reduce Scope 3 emissions by 55% per cooling ton by 2030.
  • Reach net-zero GHG emissions across our value chain by 2050 from a 2019 baseline.

Net Zero Roadmap

The below graphic describes Trane Technologies’ decarbonization transition plan to achieve Net Zero across our value chain by 2050. Read more about our Carbon Footprint by Scope and Corresponding 2030 Emissions Reduction Commitments in our 2022 ESG Report.

Net Zero Roadmap

Learn more about our Enterprise Energy Management Policy. The policy captures our commitments to energy efficiency improvements across all business functions and operations. 

Read more about how we are building a sustainable future in our 2022 ESG Report.

Key Stats


water use reduction at facilities in water-stressed regions since 2019


reduction in Scope 1 and 2 absolute emissions from our 2019 baseline


of our energy consumption came from renewable sources in 2022