2030 in the making - Goodman Investor Insight

2030 in the making

2030 in the making

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We are focused on taking sustainability to the next level. With 2030 in mind, we are committed to building a sustainable business for our customers and delivering returns for our investors. We believe it’s important to be ambitious, so we have increased and fast-tracked our goals for renewable energy and carbon neutrality.

We have increased our target for solar on rooftops from 100 megawatts to 400 megawatts by 2025. That’s generating enough energy to power about 120,000 houses for a year.

We are also aiming for carbon neutral operations by 2025.

Our 2030 strategy is structured around three pillars

Sustainable properties

Our sustainably designed, energy-efficient and professionally managed properties are strategically located to meet the business, health and well-being needs of our customers, and to remain resilient to tomorrow’s global challenges.

People and culture

Our workplaces promote the health, safety and well-being of our people and our customers. Our people are recruited and rewarded based on their commitment to our values, their local expertise and their long-term strategic and ethical thinking.

Corporate performance

Our capital structure is sustainable, and we have a positive impact in our global communities through the Goodman Foundation. We promote strong leadership and governance, engage regularly with our stakeholders and measure and disclose our financial and community impact.

Sustainability highlight

Redbank Motorway Estate, Brisbane, QLD

Redbank solar panels

As the focus on climate change continues to grow, the importance of adopting sustainable approaches towards the generation of renewable energy has received a renewed focus.

Solar panel systems have therefore formed part of Goodman’s base building development specifications, reducing greenhouse gas emissions from operations and developments.

At our Redbank Motorway Estate in Brisbane, Australia we have implemented a number of ecologically sustainable development initiatives that maximise efficiency and minimise environmental impact.

We recently worked in partnership with Australia Post at the estate to facilitate the installation of 1 megawatt of solar on the expansive roof area of the 50,000 sqm warehouse.

Using this space for 3,244 solar panels generates enough energy to power a small suburb. This energy efficient measure helps to contribute towards our target of a carbon neutral status and to use 100% renewable energy by 2025.

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