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Intel and sustainability: goals set to become “the greenest foundry”

Intel recently reaffirmed its commitment to sustainability through a series of initiatives that involve the company at 360 degrees. The objective, ambitious but necessary, is to become the “most sustainable foundry in the world”, as underlined by the CEO Pat Gelsinger.

Intel invests in sustainability, to become the “greenest foundry”

To achieve this goal, Intel is working on multiple fronts. In March, the company organized the first one Intel Sustainability Summitbringing together over 140 companies, academia, public administrations and NGOs to join efforts in reducing the environmental impact of the semiconductor value chain.

Intel is also pursuing concrete projects for reduce water consumption and the use of fossil fuels in its facilities. I am an example of this Fab 34 in Irelandcertified LEED Gold, and new facilities in Ohio, Germany and Poland, which will include energy efficiency measures.

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On the product front, Intel is making significant progress in providing more efficient solutions, particularly in the field of artificial intelligence. The new processors Intel Xeon 6 e Intel Core Ultra they promise to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions.

No less important is the commitment of Intel's people, who participate in all over the world volunteer projects for environmental protectionfrom the removal of pest species to the collection of electronic waste.

The company is focusing on reducing emissions, with the aim of eliminating them. The next Corporate Responsibility report, due out on May 7, will be an opportunity to take stock of 30 years of commitment in this direction.

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