Energy transition vision

Scale our transition to renewable energy technologies.

Energy consumption constitutes a sizable share – approximately one-third – of the carbon emissions generated by MSF. Addressing the environmental impacts associated with energy use is of paramount importance in MSF’s journey to achieve our 2030 sustainability goal. By transitioning to cleaner and more sustainable energy sources, MSF can substantially reduce its carbon footprint and contribute to global efforts in mitigating climate change.

MSF’s Energy Working Group, Climate Smart’s Transformational Investment Capacity (TIC) project, the Sweden Innovation Unit (SIU) collaboration, and other initiatives aim to create awareness, foster behavioural change and facilitate the practical transition to cleaner energy sources. These efforts encompass a wide range of activities, from the installation of solar panels to the scaling up of energy meter usage. Through these initiatives, MSF aims to support individuals and communities to embrace sustainable energy practices, reduce their carbon footprint and contribute to the overall transition towards a more environmentally sustainable future.