ESG report: A case study in Asia’s energy sector

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Environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations are playing an increasingly important role in Asia as investors, regulators and consumers seek products and services that offer positive impact and pose less risk. With energy sustainability a common target across national and regional roadmaps, Asia’s energy sector presents a standout opportunity for ESG-committed businesses like Kaltimex Group over the coming years. The company launched energy efficiency technologies in Indonesia more than two decades ago, has installed heat recovery technologies in Bangladesh since 2013 and in the Philippines since 2015, and continues to build partnerships in support of the green revolution from its head office in Singapore. As part of its integrated ESG commitment, Kaltimex Group works to generate positive social impact and mitigate social risks, while promoting good governance practices – underlined by a strong belief in ethical business – to add value for all stakeholders.

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