Sustainability speak

We believe that by sharing the best of our research, expertise, benchmarking, learnings from experiments, we will be able to empower others in achieving their sustainability goals. Read about our sustainability practices and accomplishments published across media and journals to stay up-to-date.

Women’s day celebrated at Infosys

The Hindu
01 Mar 2019

Soul, the diversity and inclusion team of Thiruvananthapuram Development Centre organized a month-long series of events focused on women’s health and well-being. Some of the events organized included a design thinking workshop, health check-up camps, and a women-only recruitment drive.

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Infosys, HYSEA organize women only hackathon

Telangana Today
01 Mar 2019

Infosys along with the Hyderabad Software Enterprises Association (HYSEA) organized the 2nd edition of sHeACKATHON, a Hackathon exclusively for women to create innovative technical solutions. The theme this year was sustainability.

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It Is Crucial That Women are Seen as Role Models, Especially in The Tech Sector: Gnanapriya C, Infosys

Analytics India Magazine
01 Mar 2019

In an interview with Analytics India Magazine, Gnanapriya, Senior Principal Architect for Energy, Utilities, Communications and Services, Infosys, delves into her decades of experience and shares her perspective on the role of women in the software industry.

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Jobs for her

JobsForHer website
01 Mar 2019

Infosys Ltd., was recognized among the top five companies in India (from over 300 participating companies across industry) for Diversity & Most Innovative Practices under gender diversity at AccelHERate 2019 by Jobs For Her.

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Organisations Have begun to Focus on Equity

The Hindu
01 Mar 2019

Aruna Newton, Global Head Diversity and Inclusion, Infosys shares her perspective on equity of women at the workplace.

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'Challenge is to ensure healthy ratio of diversity'

The Hindu
01 Mar 2019

In a run up to International Women’s Day, Infosys organized a panel discussion on the challenges encountered by women in the workplace.

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Infosys panel reflects on working women as agents of change

India Tech Online
01 Mar 2019

Director of HR, Flipkart, AVP HR, Swiggy and Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Infosys share their opinion on the role of women as agents of change. The event was organized to commemorate International Women’s Day

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Mom’s Net facility for Infosys staff opened

The Hindu
14 Jul 2018

Thiruvananthapuram Development Centre inaugurates Mom’s Net, a facility to provide a comfortable and supportive environment for new and expecting mothers.

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Infosys World Environment Day – Plastic to Funtastic

UN Environment
14 Jun 2018

On World Environment Day, the Infosys Sustainability team and the Eco Club of Bangalore Development Center organized a day-long event to support UN Environment and the #BeatPlasticPollution campaign.

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Infosys celebrates World Environment Day with UNEP

Economic Times
14 Jun 2018

We at Infosys constantly endeavor to reduce both, our carbon footprint and impact on the environment. On this World Environment Day, we took a pledge to make our campuses non-recyclable plastics-free by 2020.

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Green lung

Hindu
14 Jun 2018

With green cover shrinking in most cities, our aspiration is to make each of our campuses a haven for local flora and fauna. Read about our extensive green effort at our campus in Thiruvananthapuram, in the Southern state of Kerala, India.

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Infosys sets up 760 kW Solar Carport in the Jaipur Development Center

EQ International
04 Apr 2018

Infosys is strongly focused on achieving energy sustainability. Towards this, we have set up a 760 kW solar carport at our Development Center in Jaipur.

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Infosys Donates Solar Electricity to Village Clinic

UNI
07 Mar 2018

Infosys is deeply committed to enhancing health. The led the employee volunteering group of Bangalore Development Centre – Samarpan, to donate a solar-powered to Village Clinic. The goal, to improve services provided by the clinic.

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Sanjeevani Charitable Trust, An Infosys Employee Volunteer Group Launches Anti-Drugs Awareness Campaign for Students

Infosys
14 Mar 2018

Drug consumption among children is a matter of concern. In an effort to address this problem the employee-led CSR group of Thiruvananthapuram Development Centre launched an anti-drugs awareness campaign.

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Infosys Focused on Women Safety, Health and Welfare this International Women’s Day

Infosys
14 Mar 2018

8 March is celebrated the world over as International Women’s Day. Infosys IWIN team (Infosys Women's Inclusivity Network) adopted the UN theme for 2018 #PressforProgress, and organized a host of events across a number of development centers in India.

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Infosys Chandigarh Organized ‘Tree Plantation Drive’ to Increase the Green Cover by 2500 Saplings

Infosys
14 Dec 2017

To increase the green cover in Chandigarh, the Development Centre in the city organized a tree plantation drive that was attended by over 150 volunteers. Saplings were planted along road, schools, colleges, and universities.

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Infosys Bangalore DC Celebrates National Conservation Day

Infosys
14 Dec 2017

It is never too early to teach the next generation about conservation. This led the Development Center in Bangalore to organize a 'Teach Your Kid to Conserve' day. This was organized on the occasion of National Energy Conservation Day.

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Infosys Pune Development Center Organizes Anti-Pollution March

Infosys
14 Dec 2017

To spread awareness on vehicular pollution, the eco-club of the Pune Development Centre (DC) organized an anti-pollution march. This was aimed at creating awareness among those who commute to Hinjawadi, where the DC is located.

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Infosys recognised for leadership on climate action

Infosys
14 Oct 2017

Infosys has been recognized as a global leader in the corporate response to climate change and has been awarded a position on the Climate A-List by CDP, a non-profit global environmental disclosure platform.

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LEED in Motion: India

Green Building Certification Inc
07 Oct 2016

LEED is a globally recognized framework for green buildings and provides the building community with a path to a sustainable future. Infosys has a long standing commitment to the most rigorous LEED platinum level. As a LEED project spotlight, this report covers some of our efficient building strategies.

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At Infosys, per capita water use down by 41 percent

Guruprakash Sastry (Infosys)
The Economic Times.
14 Aug 2016

Treating wastewater is important for reuse and to keep water bodies clean. This article illustrates how using rainwater harvesting and effective water treatment technologies bring significant reductions in the per capita water use across Infosys campuses.

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How simulation software, 3D modelling lead to sustainable construction

Guruprakash Sastry (Infosys)
FirstPost
17 Jul 2016

Building construction has come a long way from drawing boards and T- squares to AutoCAD, Revit and 3D modelling. This article explains how simulation and 3D modelling techniques are helping Infosys to design sustainable buildings. By modelling all components, the simulation can estimate the annual energy consumption of a building and provide insights into material optimization.

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Infosys employees can now personalize their workspace temperature

The Hindu
14 Jun 2016

In a constant endeavor to enhance employee comfort and productivity, Infosys piloted the 'first-of-its-kind' system level automation in India that allows employees to control the comfort of their environment and enhance their building experience. This article covers how this solution works.

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Infosys using own coding to install solar capacity

K R Balasubramanyam (ET)
The Economic Times.
09 May 2016

Being a signatory to the RE100 campaign with a goal to source 100% electricity from renewables by March 2018, Infosys is using its own technology to get better power conversion at the solar panels.

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Here's how Infosys beats summer heat

Guruprakash Sastry (Infosys)
The Economic Times
14 Mar 2016

Rising urbanization and the expanding building stock are making our cities into islands of heat. This news article covers Infosys' building design techniques that have reduced this heat island effect and kept the building interiors as well as the surroundings cooler.

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A campus so cool

V Rishi Kumar (The Hindu BusinessLine)
The Hindu BusinessLine
06 Mar 2016

This news article talks about one of the first corporate campuses that is totally powered by solar energy — Infosys Pocharam campus at Hyderabad. The 7.3 MW solar project is synchronized with the grid and generates 12 million kWh per annum, making the campus not only self-sufficient on power, but surplus as well.

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A campus so cool

V Rishi Kumar (The Hindu BusinessLine)
The Hindu BusinessLine
14 Mar 2016

This news article talks about one of the first corporate campuses that is totally powered by solar energy — Infosys Pocharam campus at Hyderabad. The 7.3 MW solar project is synchronized with the grid and generates 12 million kWh per annum, making the campus not only self-sufficient on power, but surplus as well.

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Infosys sets an example again and this time it is food waste management

Guruprakash Sastry (Infosys)
Business Insider
01 Mar 2016

Poorly managed organic waste is a large source of methane that is responsible for increasing greenhouse gas emissions in the environment. This article provides insights into how Infosys uses biogas plants and organic waste converters to manage food waste on campus.

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3 Ways How Daylight Inclusion at Workplace Can Improve Productivity

Guruprakash Sastry (Infosys)
Entrepreneur
14 Jun 2016

Daylight is known to increase the brain's activity. Daylight harvesting not only helps companies to go green, but also improves employee productivity and wellbeing. This article elaborates how daylight is harvested by companies including Infosys.

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How India Can Drop (At Least) 120 Future Power Plants

IndiaSpend
07 Dec 2015

As India struggles to balance responsibilities as the world's fourth-largest polluter with the aspirations of 1.25 billion people, 300 million of whom are without grid electricity, the design of buildings offers a notable opportunity to cut energy use. This article discusses how Infosys' innovative building design strategies can serve as a model to meet climate change commitments.

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Infosys: Question Every Assumption

World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
06 Dec 2015

Between 2008 and 2015, Infosys has reduced the average per capita energy consumption across campuses by 46% — 100 Million USD worth of electricity bills avoided. This case study uncovers some of our success strategies - from planning to implementation — that have allowed us to push boundaries and make this achievable.

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India: Understanding Market Conditions for Business to go 100% Renewable

The Climate Group
14 Nov 2015

Published in the RE100 India Analysis Nov. 2015, this report explains how it is good business sense to invest in the development of an affordable supply of renewable energy in India, spotlighting companies such as Infosys, who are successfully switching to using renewable sources.

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Lowering Carbon Emissions

Ramesh R Gowda, (Infosys)
Solar Today
07 Nov 2015

With the Renewable energy (RE) sector playing a crucial role in overcoming the formidable challenge of climate change, investments in RE have risen by close to 36 percent in the developing world. As Infosys moves ahead in setting new benchmarks in energy performance, this view point provides insights into our renewables journey in making solar power the key renewable energy resource to meet our energy demands.

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Infosys Leading the Way in Energy Efficiency In India

Urbana World
14 Jul 2015

Buildings account for close to 30 percent of the energy consumption in India. Being committed to energy efficiency, some of Infosys' buildings have an Energy Performance Index (EPI), which is the lowest in the industry. This article elucidates how our smart infrastructure strategies have led to improving building energy performance.

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Shifting Towards New Dimensions in Solar Photovoltiac (PV) Roof Top Systems

Ramesh R Gowda, Mani R Krishnan, and Rakesh Bohra (Infosys)
Energetica, India
14 Jun 2015

The Infosys Green Initiatives team experiments with ideas in harnessing solar power. This article throws light on some of the critical learnings that the team had from a practical study that was conducted to evaluate the feasibility of different orientations of solar photo-voltaic (PV) rooftop modules.

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Sensemaking/ Retrofits to help meet India's energy demand challenge

V.V.S. Suryanarayana (Infosys)
Futures Centre
14 Apr 2015

Buildings are the largest consumers of energy. To bring down energy consumption, retrofitting buildings necessitates the use of innovative techniques in air-conditioning, lighting, as well efficient computer systems. This article discusses the building retrofits that Infosys has invested in.

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