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Unformatted text preview: arter member of the EPA's Climate Leaders program, a voluntary industry/government initiative
that requires participating companies to set long-term greenhouse gas emission goals. Raytheon set
a goal to reduce their emissions by 33% from 2002 to 2009. In fact, they achieved this goal a year
early, reducing their emissions by 38% by 2008. As a result, their current goal is to reduce total
greenhouse gas emissions 10% by 2015, with a baseline year of 2008[38).
Raytheon also has a formal energy management organizational structure, directed by the Enterprise Energy Team (EET). The EET is composed of facility employees and managers from each of
Raytheon's six divisions. The EET reports directly to the Facilities Leadership Council (FLC), a
group of facility directors from each of Raytheon's divisions. Primary activities of the EET include
developing and implementing programs designed to help the corporation reduce its energy usage, reduce its energy related operational costs and decrease their greenhouse gas emissions. The EET
also helps to develop the...
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- Spring '14