Caterpillar launches energy transition programme

Caterpillar has announced a new educational programme to support mining, quarry and aggregate industry customers on their energy transition journeys.

Caterpillar has launched its Pathways to Sustainability programme Caterpillar has launched its Pathways to Sustainability programme Photo: Caterpillar

The Pathways to Sustainability programme is a four-year course that the OEM says “provides participants with holistic learning opportunities, energy transition project advisement and additional benefits related to sustainable product access.”

The programme includes in-person and virtual training opportunities based on six strategic areas impacted by the energy transition: strategy, people, product, process, technology and infrastructure.

In alignment with Caterpillar’s 2030 sustainability goals, the program will explore opportunities to make an impact towards customers’ site emissions reduction objectives through multiple avenues, including the use of technology, reducing machine lifecycle waste, fleet-bridging strategies and solutions that can be applied today to improve efficiency.

“To make a step-change, it will take the industry coming together. That is what our Early Learner program and now the Pathways to Sustainability program are all about – learning and working together toward a brighter future,” said Caterpillar Senior Vice President, Marc Cameron.

This is the next phase of Caterpillar’s sustainability offerings, building from the company’s Early Learner programme, which was established in 2021. This includes electrification agreements with a select group of customers across the globe who are working with Caterpillar to test and validate the company’s new battery electric machines, and charging and infrastructure solutions. 


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