Earth Day 2023: Sitetracker Customers are Making an Impact

As we approach Earth Day 2023 on April 22nd, Sitetracker wants to take a moment to reflect on the progress being made in terms of sustainability and reducing carbon emissions. Earth Day is an opportunity to celebrate our collective efforts towards creating a better, more sustainable future. Solar and electric vehicle (EV) technologies have played a major role in this progress, but there’s still much work to be done.

Sustainable energy adoption and deployment are on the rise around the world, with many countries making impressive progress towards a cleaner, greener future. In the United States, solar energy deployment increases by an average of 20.7% each year since 2018. This growth has helped to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality across the country. 

The United States is not the only country making strides towards sustainability, regions across the world are making major leaps towards a sustainable, zero-emission future. Europe added 41.4 GW of new solar capacity in 2022, with Germany leading the way at 7.9 GW, followed by Spain at 7.5 GW. Australia is also making strides with renewable energy accounting for over 40% of the country’s electricity generation in the last 3 months of 2022. India is another country that’s making significant progress towards a more sustainable future. In 2022, the country became the world’s fourth-largest producer of solar energy, with a total capacity of 64.38 GW, resulting in reduced emissions and better air quality for India’s 1.4 billion+ residents.

At Sitetracker, our mission is to accelerate the transition to a fully connected and sustainable future. We aim to help organizations achieve their goals by digitizing their processes to increase efficiency and help them scale work to meet the incredible demand for sustainable energy.  

We are proud of our many customers making a difference. Chargepoint, a global leader in EV charging, has made a significant impact, deploying over 18,000 electric vehicle (EV) chargers across the US alone. This has helped to increase the availability and accessibility of EV charging infrastructure, making it easier for people to choose electric cars over ICE (internal combustion engine) vehicles.

Similarly, Posigen, a residential solar company based in the United States, has made a significant impact on residential solar deployment. They have deployed over 22,000 installations of solar energy across the country since 2012, helping homeowners reduce their carbon footprint and save money on energy bills.

We all need to take an active role in promoting sustainability and reducing carbon emissions. Whether it’s through adopting clean energy technologies, supporting policy initiatives, or leading sustainability within our own companies, every action counts.

Let’s work together to create a cleaner, healthier planet for ourselves and future generations. Together, we can accelerate the transition to a fully connected and sustainable future for all.