Our facilities portfolio includes more than 9 million square feet of owned real estate and 15 million square feet of leased space. We continuously invest in technologies and solutions to reduce our environmental footprint at our facilities and data centers around the world.
Reporting to CDP (formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project) since 2005, Oracle has improved its score year over year. In 2016, Oracle was recognized on CDP’s Climate A List, putting us in the top 9 percent of the highest-scoring companies.
Oracle owns 26 facilities that have been recognized by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) 360 Performance Program, demonstrating best practices in all major areas of building operations and management. In 2016, Oracle’s headquarters facility received the Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award by BOMA.
Oracle owns 26 facilities that have received ENERGY STAR ratings from the US Environmental Protection Agency. Facilities awarded ENERGY STAR ratings are among the top 25 percent of facilities nationwide for energy efficiency.
Oracle owns four LEED-certified facilities globally, demonstrating our commitment to sustainable green building and development practices. The program measures how well a building performs across key areas of environmental and human health, including energy efficiency, indoor environmental quality, materials selection, sustainable site development, and water savings.
Green Globes is a building assessment and certification program managed by the Green Building Initiative (GBI) to recognize sustainable building achievements. Oracle has two buildings that have been recognized under the program.
2020 goals measured against 2015 baseline. Energy, emissions, and renewable goals apply to Scope 1 and 2. Energy and emissions goals measured for leased and owned facilities, including data centers. Renewable energy measured against total electricity. Water and waste goals measured for owned facilities only, including data centers.