Westport Fuel Systems has been at the forefront of the shift to cleaner, lower-carbon and cost-competitive alternative fuels for transportation. We view our formal report as an opportunity for our environmental, social and governance performance to be disclosed, evaluated, and prompts the conversation for how we can do better.
Our new ESG Report — available to be read now — presents our material environmental, social, and governance performance with the recognition that we are always striving for ways to improve our efforts as a responsible corporate citizen and enhance transparency on our business performance.
We are committed to the decarbonization of the transportation sector and the urgent need to deploy scalable, carbon neutral solutions.
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. is a global company focused on engineering, manufacturing, and supplying alternative fuel systems and components for transportation applications. Our diverse product offering sold under a wide range of established global brands enable the use of several alternative fuels which provide environmental and economic advantages, including liquid petroleum gas, compressed natural gas, liquid natural gas, renewable natural gas, and hydrogen.
We are always looking for ways to continuously improve and enhance transparency in the way we do business. Your time in reviewing our progress is appreciated and your feedback or inquiries are welcome. If you have any suggestions or feedback for us either on this year's specific sustainability report or on future reports, please reach out to us in the below form or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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