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SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING 2023
Dear Esteemed Stakeholders,
I am thrilled to present our company's latest Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) sustainability report, highlighting our steadfast
commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. At LGR sustainability is not just a buzzword; it's a fundamental value
that guides our every decision and action.
In today's rapidly evolving landscape, sustainability reporting is not just a choice but a regulatory requirement for multinational
corporations (MNCs). We recognize the importance of starting early, as these requirements will eventually trickle down to small and
medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as part of their Scope 2 and Scope 3 reporting. Our reporting tool not only helps us assess our
impacts but also allows us to draft meaningful goals and targets for a more sustainable future.
SMEs represent 90% of businesses worldwide, and we believe that sustainability reporting will soon become mandatory for them as
well. Rather than scrambling to piece together reports when required, we hope that our report serves as a benchmark for SMEs looking
to report on their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices.
Looking towards 2024, we foresee the continued dominance of technology, digitalization, and AI in shaping industries. At LGR, we are
dedicated to embracing these advancements, particularly in our strive towards IoT and increasing productivity in the construction and
landscaping sectors we serve.
Additionally, we are keenly aware of the global shift towards achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. As a responsible corporate citizen,
we are committed to aligning our strategies with this goal, reducing our carbon footprint, and promoting sustainable practices across
our operations.
I want to express my sincere gratitude to our team members, partners, and stakeholders for their unwavering support and dedication to
our sustainability journey. Together, we can create a more sustainable and resilient future for all.
Thank you for your continued trust and partnership.
Sincerely,
Kenneth Ong
Greetings from our Founder
Founder
Kenneth Ong
Our Adventure Thus Far
At Little Green Ranger, our mission is clear: we're dedicated to
hastening the global adoption of clean energy, specifically solar
power by replacing carbon-emitting equipment with zero-emission
solutions using cutting-edge technology. Guided by our vision, we
strive to create a sustainable future, ensuring that the environment
we leave behind for generations is healthier and more resilient. Our
inaugural ESG report shares our journey, achievements, and
ongoing efforts toward realizing this vision.
Little Green Ranger leverages on technology to provide
clean energy solutions using solar panels and lithium ion
batteries to reduce harmful direct emission, noise
pollutions, health issues and excessive CO2 emission to the
environment.
Powering Progress, Preserving
Tomorrow
Little Green Ranger holds accountability and responsibility at
the core of our values. Through our commitment to ESG
reporting, we strive for transparency, believing it to be the
cornerstone of authenticity in all our endeavors
Accountability in Action,
Transparency in Practice
Social Governance
Scope 1 Emissions
Emission from Company Vehicles: 2.6T
Employee Trainings (Average)
Regular Training Programs: 50+ hrs
Product Training Programs: 30+ hrs
Safety Training Programs: 8+ hrs
(refer to page 12)
Responsible Disposal
Partnership with Clients to responsibly
dispose their end-of-life products
(Refer to Page 24)
Scope 2 Emissions
Company Electricty Emissions: 45.7 mW
Carbon Emissions Annually: 19.06T
Product Safety
High Quality Products
Stringent Controls
Continuous Improvement
Key Policies
Anti Corruption and Bribery, Business Ethics
& Code of Conduct and Risk Management
Scope 3 Emissions
Total: 204.77T (Refer to page 26)
Total Carbon Emissions abated: 886.48T
(Refer to Page 20)
Local Community Impacts
Zero Emission Solutions
Silent Operations
Support Local Businesses
(Refer to page 21)
Data and Privacy
At Little Green Ranger, we believe in privacy
and data protection. All data collected is
secured and stored on AWS.
Enviromental
Overview
SDG goals SDG Descriptions GRI Standards
Training & Education GRI 404: Training & Education
GRI 302: Energy
Sustainable Cities & Communities GRI 413 Local Communities
Responsible Consumption and Production GRI 306: Effluent & Waste
Climate Change GRI 305: Emissions
LGR SDG Goals
Affordable and Clean Energy
SDG goals SDG Target Indicator Our Activites in Alignment
Target 7.1: By 2030, ensure universal access to affordable, reliable
and modern energy services
Target 7.2: By 2030, increase substantially the share of renewable
energy in the global energy mix
Target 7.1:
By offering affordable and sustainable energy solutions, LGR contributes
to bridging the energy access gap and improving the overall quality of life
for communities that may be underserved or off-grid.
Target 7.2:
LGR's focus on battery energy storage and solar solutions directly
contributes to increasing the share of renewable energy in the global
energy mix. These technologies reduces reliance on fossil fuels. In the
process helping to mitigate climate change and reduce greenhouse gas
emissions.
Target 11.6: By 2030, reduce the adverse per capita environmental
impact of cities, including by paying special attention to air quality
and municipal and other waste management
Target 11.6:
Helping to reduce noise & environmental pollutions by changing out diesel
generators and tools with battery operated ones.
The noise reduction of at least 80% compared to diesel.
Drastically improve air quality and noise for both park users and animals in
the park.
There are decrease waste generation as petrol do not require oil
change/spark plugs.
For construction sites, we are able to greatly reduce and change the way
the sites are powered by introducing ESS in place of diesel generators.
Business Activity in Alignment
SDG goals SDG Target Indicator Our Activites in Alignment
12.5
By 2030, substantially reduce waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling
and reuse
Target 12.5:
We have waste management policies in place as well as proper segmentation of our
waste before they are sent for recycling. We also signed a contract with Makita to do the
sorting and recycling of all e-waste as well as collecting back all spent batteries that are
sent out to our clients from us.
13.3
Improve education, awareness-raising and human and institutional capacity on climate
change mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early warning.
13.2.2
Total greenhouse gas emissions per year
Target 13.2.2:
Changing out/substituting diesel generators/petrol equipment with battery generators
for namely 2 sectors to greatly reduce carbon emissions emitted from these sources
Landscaping sector : Change out 12 vehicles, 15 parks to use battery tools instead of
petrol equipment.
Each vehicle consist of an average of 3 blowers -2 grass trimmers and each parks has an
average of 4.5 blowers and 2 grass trimmers
Construction sector : Help to change out 20 set ups to replace CED6500 diesel
generators into our portable ESS for daily work. Estimated of 2.68kg/Co2
Target 13.3
Help to educate general workers that are using diesel generators as power output that
ESS has a much better efficiency as compared to their diesel/petrol counterpart.
Help to also build rest areas purely using ESS and solar panels to power the location
instead of fossil fuel as energy source.
Business Activity in Alignment
Early 2022
Switching out a total of 6
vehicles worth of petrol
equipment for battery
tools
End 2022
Deployed our 1st
ESS in noise
sensitive area
undergoing A&A
works.
2023
Due to client’s request,
Increase capacity from
5kVA to 100kVa to
power and automate
more processes.
2025
Curated first ESG report
for LGR, expansion into
Japan market.
Our Roadmap
2024
Build our own IOT
dashboard to monitor
our ESS. Set our polices
in place.
Our Progress in Numbers
How many diesel generators we
have replaced
At various sites around SIngapore The number is derived from the
total diesel savings brought about
by all our projects
TOTAL NUMBER OF BATTERY
GENERATORS DEPLOYED
TOTAL NUMBER OF SOLAR
PANELS DEPLOYED
TOTAL CARBON EMISSIONS
PREVENTED IN TONS
97
40 703.47T
GRI 404 Training & Education
SDG goals SDG Goal Indicator Our Activites in Alignment
Employee Training
At LGR, we prioritize employee training and continuous education. ESG
standards are constantly evolving and we should always learn to stay abreast
of these changes.
Green Mark Associate Program
Introduction to AI
Safety is another priority. Working at heights and with electricity poses potential
risks, and we are committed to ensuring the well-being of our employees
Perform work at height
Manage work at height
Workplace safety and health practices
Laptops (3) Aircon (2)
Printer Wifi CCTV
Industrial Fans Workshop
Workshop
84.2%
Aircon (2)
12.6%
Laptops (3)
1.1%
Industrial Fans
1.1%
19.06Tons
LGR Workplace Carbon Emissions
GRI 302-1: Energy Consumption
Tons (in the hundreds)
Inventory Daily Usage (kWh) Yearly Usage (kWh) CO2 Emissions (kg/kWh) Yearly CO2 (kg) Yearly CO2 (Tons)
3 laptops 2.4 576 0.417 240.192 0.24
2 aircon units 24 5760 0.417 2401.92 2.40
Printer 0.8 192 0.417 80.06 0.08
Wifi 0.4 96 0.417 40.03 0.04
CCTV 0.8 192 0.417 80.06 0.08
Industrial Fans 2 480 0.417 200.16 0.20
Factory Usage 160 38400 0.417 16012.8 16.01
GRI 302-1: Energy Consumption
Data Collection Period: 1st Jan 2023 - 31st Dec 2023
This is a spreadsheet of equipment that we use on a daily basis for our operations to run
We are unable to use our monthly utility bill as we share our premises with 2 other companies.
Moving forward, we will be exploring ways whereby we can split up our meters to obtain more accurate information.
We are unable to install solar panels as we do not have permission from JTC to do so.
Factory/Residential
Construction Sites
Cleaning Industry
Construction Sites
38
Cleaning Industry
35
Factory/Residential
24
97
LGR Deployed Solar Panels
GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR
LGR’s primary service is to provide battery generators as an
alternative to diesel generators.
There are some limitations as different clients use our generators for
various purposes leading to very diverse usages.
Only clean energy generated is being recorded, energy drawn from
the grid or other generators are stored under a different metric.
Our generators in the construction sites are used to power: Site
Offices, Earth Control Measures (ECM), tools, and worker rest
areas/Dormitories.
Cleaning Sectors: Batteries that are used to power electric tools such
as blowers, grass cutters, etc.
For Factories/Residential, we are powering a fish farm, which uses a
lot of water pumps as well as home appliances such as
aircon/refrigerators, etc.
Our numbers are derived from actual usage at our client’s premises.
We have been able to help our clients optimize their generator usage
to further help reduce carbon emissions.
GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR
Replacing Diesel Generators
GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR
LGR deployed a total of 35 solar panels for the cleaning sector, and replacing 16 diesel generators in the process:
Cleaning Sector
Generator Series Power Output (kW)
Fuel Consumption
(Litres/hour)
Efficiency (kW/Litre) CO2 Emissions Factor (kg/litre)
CED 6500 4 3.68 1.09 2.68
5 kVa Honda Petrol 4 3.68 1.09 2.68
Generator Series Quantity hours/day hours/mth CO2 Emission/kg/mth
CO2
Emission/T/mth
CO2
Emission/T/year
LGR 5K 12 8 2880 28403.71 28.4 340.84
LGR 3K 4 8 960 9467.90 9.47 113.61
Solar Structure 1 8 240 2366.98 2.37 28.44
*CO2 Emissions derived from using hours/month x relevant fuel consumption x 2.68 (CO2 Emission Factor)*
Total CO2 Emissions abated from cleaning sector: 482.9T
Little Green Ranger has revolutionized age-old landscaping practices by
introducing sustainable solutions that prioritize environmental and community
well-being. By replacing traditional petrol tools like grass cutters and leaf
blowers with electric alternatives, we have significantly reduced noise and air
pollution in parks, creating a more enjoyable and peaceful environment for
visitors. Additionally, our initiative has enabled cleaning companies to
transition to electric tools, effectively reducing their carbon emissions and
aligning with their ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) goals.
Through these efforts, Little Green Ranger continues to lead the way in
promoting sustainability and driving positive change in our communities.
In our early days, convincing landscaping companies to embrace our
sustainable initiatives proved challenging, as skepticism surrounded the
limitations of electric tools, particularly their shorter duration compared to
petrol alternatives. While petrol tools offered seemingly unlimited use with
refillable fuel, electric tools were hindered by battery life, typically lasting only
45 minutes to an hour. To address this obstacle, we implemented innovative
solutions, such as installing solar panels on landscaping company lorries.
Additionally, we equipped each lorry with a battery generator, allowing workers
to charge batteries on the go. Moreover, to mitigate weight issues and ensure
efficiency, we established a system for exchanging spent batteries with fully
charged ones, eliminating the need for workers to carry multiple batteries
while on-site. Through these strategic interventions, we successfully overcame
initial barriers and paved the way for widespread adoption of sustainable
landscaping practices.
Cleaning Sector
Solar panels mounted on lorry
Charging on the go
Conversion from Petrol to Batteries
Generator Series Power Output (kW)
Fuel Consumption
(Litres/hour)
Efficiency (kW/Litre) CO2 Emissions Factor (kg/litre)
CED 6500 4 3.68 1.09 2.68
5 kVa Honda Petrol 4 3.68 1.09 2.68
GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR
Construction Sector
Generator Series Quantity hours/day hours/mth CO2 Emission/kg/mth
CO2
Emission/T/mth
CO2
Emission/T/year
LGR 5K 12 5 1560 15385.34 15.39 184.68
LGR 3K 2 12 624 6154.14 6.15 73.8
Solar Structure 1 8 240 2366.98 2.37 28.44
LGR 3K 4 8 960 9467.9 9.47 113.64
Using the same formula as above, total CO2 Emissions abated: 400.48T
Total number of Solar Panels deployed in construction sector: 38
ECM Deployment
Little Green Ranger has been at the forefront of supporting construction
companies in implementing sustainable practices, particularly in the realm
of ECM (Earth Control Measures) and water treatment. Recognizing the
importance of responsibly managing construction site runoff before it is
discharged into public drains, we have provided innovative solutions to
power ECM practices. By leveraging solely clean energy sources using solar
power and our ESS, we enable construction companies to operate ECM
equipment effectively and responsibly. Through our partnership with
construction companies, we are able find sand-boxes to deploy our solution
Little Green Ranger is committed to streamlining and automating the ECM
process, recognizing the significant manual labor currently involved. Presently,
the detection of ECM malfunctions relies solely on observing sediment levels
in water, a reactive approach that only triggers action once discharge exceeds
safe levels. Final discharge into public drains is monitored by CCTVs, overseen
jointly by PUB. Failure to rectify issues incurs fines and demerit points for the
company. In response, Little Green Ranger is actively exploring automation
solutions to reduce reliance on manpower. By implementing automated
monitoring and alert systems, we aim to proactively identify and address ECM
issues, freeing up valuable human resources for more strategic tasks. This
initiative not only enhances operational efficiency but also strengthens
environmental compliance and sustainability efforts within the construction
industry.
Automated ECM + Solar Panels
Live Dashboard with automation
Charging ESS and discharging when required
Automated ECM + Solar Panels
Rest Area Deployment
By harnessing the power of battery generators and solar panels, Little Green
Ranger brings invaluable benefits to off-grid worker rest areas on construction
sites. These sustainable energy solutions offer a reliable and eco-friendly
alternative to traditional power sources, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and
minimizing carbon emissions. Battery generators provide a portable and
efficient energy source, ensuring uninterrupted power supply for essential
equipment and amenities in remote locations. Additionally, solar panels
harness renewable energy from the sun, offering a clean and renewable power
source that reduces operating costs and environmental impact. By integrating
battery generators and solar panels, we not only enhance the comfort and
productivity of workers in off-grid areas but also contribute to a greener and
more sustainable construction industry.
Powering Rest Areas with Clean Energy
Battery Powering Rest area
GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR
Total Carbon Emissions prevented: 3.1T/annum
Factory/Residential Sector
Total number of solar panels deployed: 24
Solar Panel
Efficiency (W)
Quantity hours/day hours/mth
Energy Harvested
from Sun (W/mth)
Energy
Harvested
from Sun
(kW/mth)
CO2
emissions/
kg/kWh
Monthly
CO2
emissions
abated/kg
Yearly
CO2
emissions
abated/kg
430 24 4 1440 619200 619.2 0.417 258.2 3098.4
Summary
Total CO2 Emissions abated by LGR solutions in year 2023 across all 3 sectors: 886.48T
The reason for the difference in formula is because for the factory/residential sector, the owner has access to grid, which would have
been their main source of power without our solution, also the LGR Helios is much bigger in capacity as compared to LGR 3/5k so it is
able to store the excess power generated by the solar panels (if any).
Factory/Residential Sector
Little Green Ranger's solar-powered battery generators offer an ideal
solution to address the challenges faced by fish farms, particularly
those prone to frequent power outages and high power usage. By
harnessing the abundant energy of the sun, our sustainable energy
solution provides a reliable and uninterrupted power source to sustain
critical operations even during grid disruptions. The versatility of our
battery generators ensures efficient power distribution, effectively
meeting the high power demands of fish farming activities. Moreover,
our eco-friendly approach minimizes reliance on conventional power
sources, reducing operational costs and environmental impact.
Through this innovative integration of solar power technology, we
empower our clients to maintain productivity and sustainability in the
face of energy-related challenges, fostering resilience and long-term
success in the aquaculture industry.
UPS and reduction in operation cost
GRI 413 Local Communities
SDG goals SDG Goal Indicator Our Activites in Alignment
Zero Emission Products
LGR prides itself as a leading provider of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS), and
small-scale solar solutions which effectively replace diesel generators with zero-emission
alternatives.
Our solution provides power to remote areas without sacrificing air quality or increasing
carbon emissions, safeguarding both the environment and community health.
Silent Operations
LGR BESS prioritizes noise reduction in its design as compared to traditional generators.
Some benefits include:
Improving worksite conditions for workers.
Reduced noise disturbance for nearby residences and businesses in surrounding areas.
We foster close partnerships with numerous local businesses, actively
engaging in initiatives to raise awareness and provide support. For example, our
collaboration with the DBS Foundation involves a partnership with Esplanade to
offer free shows and talks, enriching the local community.
Additionally, our work with Citysprouts demonstrates the versatility and
significance of our Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS). Citysprouts
frequently operates in sensitive areas, such as their recent project surrounded
by HDBs, an elderly care facility, and a childcare center. Our BESS played a
crucial role in powering their operations, highlighting its importance in diverse
environments
Transforming communities through innovation
GRI 413 Local Communities
SDG Target SDG Goal Indicator Our Activites in Alignment
Waste Management Practices
We responsibly dispose of spent batteries.
These are all documented and our accredited disposal
partners issue certificates.
Supplier and Contractor Engagement
At LGR, we work closely with our suppliers and contractors to
help them reduce their Scope 3 emissions by responsibly
disposing of their spent batteries.
We use our GEMs system to repurpose batteries unfit for
heavy-duty use, by moving them onto other less intensive
purposes helping clients further reduce E-waste.
Reduce, Re-use and Recycle
We reduce wastage by encouraging practices such as
printing on both sides of a paper and avoiding single-use
plastics. We also source high-quality products to increase
product lifespan.
We give second life to used BYD car and bus batteries by
rebalancing them and repurposing them into a battery
generator - Green Bull.
GRI 306 Effluents and Waste
Responsible Waste Disposal
At Little Green Ranger, responsible battery disposal is a top priority,
and we are dedicated to ensuring the proper management of
battery waste. As part of our commitment to environmental
stewardship, we have offered all our clients the same responsible
disposal offer, urging them to prioritize responsible battery disposal
practices. By encouraging our clients to participate in battery
recycling programs and dispose of batteries responsibly, we aim to
minimize the environmental impact of battery waste and contribute
to a cleaner, more sustainable future.
Social Responsibilities
Scope 1 Scope 2
Scope 3
Scope 3
87.5%
Scope 2
10.1%
Scope 1
2.3%
204.77 Tons
LGR Carbon Emissions
GRI 305: Emissions
Tons (in the hundreds)
Scope Carbon Emission Description
Carbon
Emission/year
(In Tons)
1 Company Vehicles 4.8T
2 Electricity 20.75T
3 Business Travels 5.82T
3 In-Land Trucking 3.8T
3 Shipping 167T
3 Commuting to Work 2.6T
GRI 305: Emissions
These numbers are obtained by using the formula: CO2 Emission calculation: Mass x Distance x emission factor. We used an emission factor of 2.68 for vehicles
and 3.114 for shipping.
Lastly for business travels we obtain the data from this website: https://flightfree.org/flight-emissions-calculator
What’s in our future?
Social Governance
Carbon Emission Reporting
In the next round of CO2 emission collections, we
will strive to include cradle-to-grave information
to include production and disposal numbers to
create a more comprehensive report.
Customer Education:
Provide customers with educational
resources on the benefits of renewable
energy and how to optimize the use of battery
generators and solar panels.
ISO Certifications
Work towards ISO 14001: Enviromental
Management Systems and ISO 50001: Energy
Management
Energy Efficiency
Improve energy efficiency in manufacturing
processes and office operations to reduce energy
consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Energy Access:
Expand access to clean energy solutions in
underserved communities, both locally and
globally, to improve quality of life and reduce
reliance on fossil fuels.
Supply Chain Responsibility
Promote responsible sourcing practices
throughout the supply chain, including
supplier diversity, fair labor practices, and
environmental stewardship.
Product Sustainability
Increase the use of sustainable materials in
product design and manufacturing to reduce
environmental impact and promote product
recyclability.
Employee Development:
Provide ongoing training and development
opportunities for employees to enhance their
skills and career advancement prospects.
Data and Privacy
Strengthen data privacy and security
measures to protect customer and employee
data from unauthorized access or breaches.
Enviromental
A Greener Tomorrow
Website
www.littlegreenranger.com

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Little Green Ranger ESG Sustainability Report

  • 2. Dear Esteemed Stakeholders, I am thrilled to present our company's latest Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) sustainability report, highlighting our steadfast commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. At LGR sustainability is not just a buzzword; it's a fundamental value that guides our every decision and action. In today's rapidly evolving landscape, sustainability reporting is not just a choice but a regulatory requirement for multinational corporations (MNCs). We recognize the importance of starting early, as these requirements will eventually trickle down to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as part of their Scope 2 and Scope 3 reporting. Our reporting tool not only helps us assess our impacts but also allows us to draft meaningful goals and targets for a more sustainable future. SMEs represent 90% of businesses worldwide, and we believe that sustainability reporting will soon become mandatory for them as well. Rather than scrambling to piece together reports when required, we hope that our report serves as a benchmark for SMEs looking to report on their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices. Looking towards 2024, we foresee the continued dominance of technology, digitalization, and AI in shaping industries. At LGR, we are dedicated to embracing these advancements, particularly in our strive towards IoT and increasing productivity in the construction and landscaping sectors we serve. Additionally, we are keenly aware of the global shift towards achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. As a responsible corporate citizen, we are committed to aligning our strategies with this goal, reducing our carbon footprint, and promoting sustainable practices across our operations. I want to express my sincere gratitude to our team members, partners, and stakeholders for their unwavering support and dedication to our sustainability journey. Together, we can create a more sustainable and resilient future for all. Thank you for your continued trust and partnership. Sincerely, Kenneth Ong Greetings from our Founder Founder Kenneth Ong
  • 3. Our Adventure Thus Far At Little Green Ranger, our mission is clear: we're dedicated to hastening the global adoption of clean energy, specifically solar power by replacing carbon-emitting equipment with zero-emission solutions using cutting-edge technology. Guided by our vision, we strive to create a sustainable future, ensuring that the environment we leave behind for generations is healthier and more resilient. Our inaugural ESG report shares our journey, achievements, and ongoing efforts toward realizing this vision.
  • 4. Little Green Ranger leverages on technology to provide clean energy solutions using solar panels and lithium ion batteries to reduce harmful direct emission, noise pollutions, health issues and excessive CO2 emission to the environment. Powering Progress, Preserving Tomorrow Little Green Ranger holds accountability and responsibility at the core of our values. Through our commitment to ESG reporting, we strive for transparency, believing it to be the cornerstone of authenticity in all our endeavors Accountability in Action, Transparency in Practice
  • 5. Social Governance Scope 1 Emissions Emission from Company Vehicles: 2.6T Employee Trainings (Average) Regular Training Programs: 50+ hrs Product Training Programs: 30+ hrs Safety Training Programs: 8+ hrs (refer to page 12) Responsible Disposal Partnership with Clients to responsibly dispose their end-of-life products (Refer to Page 24) Scope 2 Emissions Company Electricty Emissions: 45.7 mW Carbon Emissions Annually: 19.06T Product Safety High Quality Products Stringent Controls Continuous Improvement Key Policies Anti Corruption and Bribery, Business Ethics & Code of Conduct and Risk Management Scope 3 Emissions Total: 204.77T (Refer to page 26) Total Carbon Emissions abated: 886.48T (Refer to Page 20) Local Community Impacts Zero Emission Solutions Silent Operations Support Local Businesses (Refer to page 21) Data and Privacy At Little Green Ranger, we believe in privacy and data protection. All data collected is secured and stored on AWS. Enviromental Overview
  • 6. SDG goals SDG Descriptions GRI Standards Training & Education GRI 404: Training & Education GRI 302: Energy Sustainable Cities & Communities GRI 413 Local Communities Responsible Consumption and Production GRI 306: Effluent & Waste Climate Change GRI 305: Emissions LGR SDG Goals Affordable and Clean Energy
  • 7. SDG goals SDG Target Indicator Our Activites in Alignment Target 7.1: By 2030, ensure universal access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services Target 7.2: By 2030, increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix Target 7.1: By offering affordable and sustainable energy solutions, LGR contributes to bridging the energy access gap and improving the overall quality of life for communities that may be underserved or off-grid. Target 7.2: LGR's focus on battery energy storage and solar solutions directly contributes to increasing the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix. These technologies reduces reliance on fossil fuels. In the process helping to mitigate climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Target 11.6: By 2030, reduce the adverse per capita environmental impact of cities, including by paying special attention to air quality and municipal and other waste management Target 11.6: Helping to reduce noise & environmental pollutions by changing out diesel generators and tools with battery operated ones. The noise reduction of at least 80% compared to diesel. Drastically improve air quality and noise for both park users and animals in the park. There are decrease waste generation as petrol do not require oil change/spark plugs. For construction sites, we are able to greatly reduce and change the way the sites are powered by introducing ESS in place of diesel generators. Business Activity in Alignment
  • 8. SDG goals SDG Target Indicator Our Activites in Alignment 12.5 By 2030, substantially reduce waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling and reuse Target 12.5: We have waste management policies in place as well as proper segmentation of our waste before they are sent for recycling. We also signed a contract with Makita to do the sorting and recycling of all e-waste as well as collecting back all spent batteries that are sent out to our clients from us. 13.3 Improve education, awareness-raising and human and institutional capacity on climate change mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early warning. 13.2.2 Total greenhouse gas emissions per year Target 13.2.2: Changing out/substituting diesel generators/petrol equipment with battery generators for namely 2 sectors to greatly reduce carbon emissions emitted from these sources Landscaping sector : Change out 12 vehicles, 15 parks to use battery tools instead of petrol equipment. Each vehicle consist of an average of 3 blowers -2 grass trimmers and each parks has an average of 4.5 blowers and 2 grass trimmers Construction sector : Help to change out 20 set ups to replace CED6500 diesel generators into our portable ESS for daily work. Estimated of 2.68kg/Co2 Target 13.3 Help to educate general workers that are using diesel generators as power output that ESS has a much better efficiency as compared to their diesel/petrol counterpart. Help to also build rest areas purely using ESS and solar panels to power the location instead of fossil fuel as energy source. Business Activity in Alignment
  • 9. Early 2022 Switching out a total of 6 vehicles worth of petrol equipment for battery tools End 2022 Deployed our 1st ESS in noise sensitive area undergoing A&A works. 2023 Due to client’s request, Increase capacity from 5kVA to 100kVa to power and automate more processes. 2025 Curated first ESG report for LGR, expansion into Japan market. Our Roadmap 2024 Build our own IOT dashboard to monitor our ESS. Set our polices in place.
  • 10. Our Progress in Numbers How many diesel generators we have replaced At various sites around SIngapore The number is derived from the total diesel savings brought about by all our projects TOTAL NUMBER OF BATTERY GENERATORS DEPLOYED TOTAL NUMBER OF SOLAR PANELS DEPLOYED TOTAL CARBON EMISSIONS PREVENTED IN TONS 97 40 703.47T
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  • 12. GRI 404 Training & Education SDG goals SDG Goal Indicator Our Activites in Alignment Employee Training At LGR, we prioritize employee training and continuous education. ESG standards are constantly evolving and we should always learn to stay abreast of these changes. Green Mark Associate Program Introduction to AI Safety is another priority. Working at heights and with electricity poses potential risks, and we are committed to ensuring the well-being of our employees Perform work at height Manage work at height Workplace safety and health practices
  • 13.
  • 14. Laptops (3) Aircon (2) Printer Wifi CCTV Industrial Fans Workshop Workshop 84.2% Aircon (2) 12.6% Laptops (3) 1.1% Industrial Fans 1.1% 19.06Tons LGR Workplace Carbon Emissions GRI 302-1: Energy Consumption Tons (in the hundreds)
  • 15. Inventory Daily Usage (kWh) Yearly Usage (kWh) CO2 Emissions (kg/kWh) Yearly CO2 (kg) Yearly CO2 (Tons) 3 laptops 2.4 576 0.417 240.192 0.24 2 aircon units 24 5760 0.417 2401.92 2.40 Printer 0.8 192 0.417 80.06 0.08 Wifi 0.4 96 0.417 40.03 0.04 CCTV 0.8 192 0.417 80.06 0.08 Industrial Fans 2 480 0.417 200.16 0.20 Factory Usage 160 38400 0.417 16012.8 16.01 GRI 302-1: Energy Consumption Data Collection Period: 1st Jan 2023 - 31st Dec 2023 This is a spreadsheet of equipment that we use on a daily basis for our operations to run We are unable to use our monthly utility bill as we share our premises with 2 other companies. Moving forward, we will be exploring ways whereby we can split up our meters to obtain more accurate information. We are unable to install solar panels as we do not have permission from JTC to do so.
  • 16. Factory/Residential Construction Sites Cleaning Industry Construction Sites 38 Cleaning Industry 35 Factory/Residential 24 97 LGR Deployed Solar Panels GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR
  • 17. LGR’s primary service is to provide battery generators as an alternative to diesel generators. There are some limitations as different clients use our generators for various purposes leading to very diverse usages. Only clean energy generated is being recorded, energy drawn from the grid or other generators are stored under a different metric. Our generators in the construction sites are used to power: Site Offices, Earth Control Measures (ECM), tools, and worker rest areas/Dormitories. Cleaning Sectors: Batteries that are used to power electric tools such as blowers, grass cutters, etc. For Factories/Residential, we are powering a fish farm, which uses a lot of water pumps as well as home appliances such as aircon/refrigerators, etc. Our numbers are derived from actual usage at our client’s premises. We have been able to help our clients optimize their generator usage to further help reduce carbon emissions. GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR Replacing Diesel Generators
  • 18. GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR LGR deployed a total of 35 solar panels for the cleaning sector, and replacing 16 diesel generators in the process: Cleaning Sector Generator Series Power Output (kW) Fuel Consumption (Litres/hour) Efficiency (kW/Litre) CO2 Emissions Factor (kg/litre) CED 6500 4 3.68 1.09 2.68 5 kVa Honda Petrol 4 3.68 1.09 2.68 Generator Series Quantity hours/day hours/mth CO2 Emission/kg/mth CO2 Emission/T/mth CO2 Emission/T/year LGR 5K 12 8 2880 28403.71 28.4 340.84 LGR 3K 4 8 960 9467.90 9.47 113.61 Solar Structure 1 8 240 2366.98 2.37 28.44 *CO2 Emissions derived from using hours/month x relevant fuel consumption x 2.68 (CO2 Emission Factor)* Total CO2 Emissions abated from cleaning sector: 482.9T
  • 19. Little Green Ranger has revolutionized age-old landscaping practices by introducing sustainable solutions that prioritize environmental and community well-being. By replacing traditional petrol tools like grass cutters and leaf blowers with electric alternatives, we have significantly reduced noise and air pollution in parks, creating a more enjoyable and peaceful environment for visitors. Additionally, our initiative has enabled cleaning companies to transition to electric tools, effectively reducing their carbon emissions and aligning with their ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) goals. Through these efforts, Little Green Ranger continues to lead the way in promoting sustainability and driving positive change in our communities. In our early days, convincing landscaping companies to embrace our sustainable initiatives proved challenging, as skepticism surrounded the limitations of electric tools, particularly their shorter duration compared to petrol alternatives. While petrol tools offered seemingly unlimited use with refillable fuel, electric tools were hindered by battery life, typically lasting only 45 minutes to an hour. To address this obstacle, we implemented innovative solutions, such as installing solar panels on landscaping company lorries. Additionally, we equipped each lorry with a battery generator, allowing workers to charge batteries on the go. Moreover, to mitigate weight issues and ensure efficiency, we established a system for exchanging spent batteries with fully charged ones, eliminating the need for workers to carry multiple batteries while on-site. Through these strategic interventions, we successfully overcame initial barriers and paved the way for widespread adoption of sustainable landscaping practices. Cleaning Sector Solar panels mounted on lorry Charging on the go Conversion from Petrol to Batteries
  • 20. Generator Series Power Output (kW) Fuel Consumption (Litres/hour) Efficiency (kW/Litre) CO2 Emissions Factor (kg/litre) CED 6500 4 3.68 1.09 2.68 5 kVa Honda Petrol 4 3.68 1.09 2.68 GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR Construction Sector Generator Series Quantity hours/day hours/mth CO2 Emission/kg/mth CO2 Emission/T/mth CO2 Emission/T/year LGR 5K 12 5 1560 15385.34 15.39 184.68 LGR 3K 2 12 624 6154.14 6.15 73.8 Solar Structure 1 8 240 2366.98 2.37 28.44 LGR 3K 4 8 960 9467.9 9.47 113.64 Using the same formula as above, total CO2 Emissions abated: 400.48T Total number of Solar Panels deployed in construction sector: 38
  • 21. ECM Deployment Little Green Ranger has been at the forefront of supporting construction companies in implementing sustainable practices, particularly in the realm of ECM (Earth Control Measures) and water treatment. Recognizing the importance of responsibly managing construction site runoff before it is discharged into public drains, we have provided innovative solutions to power ECM practices. By leveraging solely clean energy sources using solar power and our ESS, we enable construction companies to operate ECM equipment effectively and responsibly. Through our partnership with construction companies, we are able find sand-boxes to deploy our solution Little Green Ranger is committed to streamlining and automating the ECM process, recognizing the significant manual labor currently involved. Presently, the detection of ECM malfunctions relies solely on observing sediment levels in water, a reactive approach that only triggers action once discharge exceeds safe levels. Final discharge into public drains is monitored by CCTVs, overseen jointly by PUB. Failure to rectify issues incurs fines and demerit points for the company. In response, Little Green Ranger is actively exploring automation solutions to reduce reliance on manpower. By implementing automated monitoring and alert systems, we aim to proactively identify and address ECM issues, freeing up valuable human resources for more strategic tasks. This initiative not only enhances operational efficiency but also strengthens environmental compliance and sustainability efforts within the construction industry. Automated ECM + Solar Panels Live Dashboard with automation Charging ESS and discharging when required Automated ECM + Solar Panels
  • 22. Rest Area Deployment By harnessing the power of battery generators and solar panels, Little Green Ranger brings invaluable benefits to off-grid worker rest areas on construction sites. These sustainable energy solutions offer a reliable and eco-friendly alternative to traditional power sources, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and minimizing carbon emissions. Battery generators provide a portable and efficient energy source, ensuring uninterrupted power supply for essential equipment and amenities in remote locations. Additionally, solar panels harness renewable energy from the sun, offering a clean and renewable power source that reduces operating costs and environmental impact. By integrating battery generators and solar panels, we not only enhance the comfort and productivity of workers in off-grid areas but also contribute to a greener and more sustainable construction industry. Powering Rest Areas with Clean Energy Battery Powering Rest area
  • 23. GRI 302-2: Energy Consumption outside of LGR Total Carbon Emissions prevented: 3.1T/annum Factory/Residential Sector Total number of solar panels deployed: 24 Solar Panel Efficiency (W) Quantity hours/day hours/mth Energy Harvested from Sun (W/mth) Energy Harvested from Sun (kW/mth) CO2 emissions/ kg/kWh Monthly CO2 emissions abated/kg Yearly CO2 emissions abated/kg 430 24 4 1440 619200 619.2 0.417 258.2 3098.4 Summary Total CO2 Emissions abated by LGR solutions in year 2023 across all 3 sectors: 886.48T The reason for the difference in formula is because for the factory/residential sector, the owner has access to grid, which would have been their main source of power without our solution, also the LGR Helios is much bigger in capacity as compared to LGR 3/5k so it is able to store the excess power generated by the solar panels (if any).
  • 24. Factory/Residential Sector Little Green Ranger's solar-powered battery generators offer an ideal solution to address the challenges faced by fish farms, particularly those prone to frequent power outages and high power usage. By harnessing the abundant energy of the sun, our sustainable energy solution provides a reliable and uninterrupted power source to sustain critical operations even during grid disruptions. The versatility of our battery generators ensures efficient power distribution, effectively meeting the high power demands of fish farming activities. Moreover, our eco-friendly approach minimizes reliance on conventional power sources, reducing operational costs and environmental impact. Through this innovative integration of solar power technology, we empower our clients to maintain productivity and sustainability in the face of energy-related challenges, fostering resilience and long-term success in the aquaculture industry. UPS and reduction in operation cost
  • 25.
  • 26. GRI 413 Local Communities SDG goals SDG Goal Indicator Our Activites in Alignment Zero Emission Products LGR prides itself as a leading provider of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS), and small-scale solar solutions which effectively replace diesel generators with zero-emission alternatives. Our solution provides power to remote areas without sacrificing air quality or increasing carbon emissions, safeguarding both the environment and community health. Silent Operations LGR BESS prioritizes noise reduction in its design as compared to traditional generators. Some benefits include: Improving worksite conditions for workers. Reduced noise disturbance for nearby residences and businesses in surrounding areas.
  • 27. We foster close partnerships with numerous local businesses, actively engaging in initiatives to raise awareness and provide support. For example, our collaboration with the DBS Foundation involves a partnership with Esplanade to offer free shows and talks, enriching the local community. Additionally, our work with Citysprouts demonstrates the versatility and significance of our Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS). Citysprouts frequently operates in sensitive areas, such as their recent project surrounded by HDBs, an elderly care facility, and a childcare center. Our BESS played a crucial role in powering their operations, highlighting its importance in diverse environments Transforming communities through innovation GRI 413 Local Communities
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  • 29. SDG Target SDG Goal Indicator Our Activites in Alignment Waste Management Practices We responsibly dispose of spent batteries. These are all documented and our accredited disposal partners issue certificates. Supplier and Contractor Engagement At LGR, we work closely with our suppliers and contractors to help them reduce their Scope 3 emissions by responsibly disposing of their spent batteries. We use our GEMs system to repurpose batteries unfit for heavy-duty use, by moving them onto other less intensive purposes helping clients further reduce E-waste. Reduce, Re-use and Recycle We reduce wastage by encouraging practices such as printing on both sides of a paper and avoiding single-use plastics. We also source high-quality products to increase product lifespan. We give second life to used BYD car and bus batteries by rebalancing them and repurposing them into a battery generator - Green Bull. GRI 306 Effluents and Waste
  • 30. Responsible Waste Disposal At Little Green Ranger, responsible battery disposal is a top priority, and we are dedicated to ensuring the proper management of battery waste. As part of our commitment to environmental stewardship, we have offered all our clients the same responsible disposal offer, urging them to prioritize responsible battery disposal practices. By encouraging our clients to participate in battery recycling programs and dispose of batteries responsibly, we aim to minimize the environmental impact of battery waste and contribute to a cleaner, more sustainable future. Social Responsibilities
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  • 32. Scope 1 Scope 2 Scope 3 Scope 3 87.5% Scope 2 10.1% Scope 1 2.3% 204.77 Tons LGR Carbon Emissions GRI 305: Emissions Tons (in the hundreds)
  • 33. Scope Carbon Emission Description Carbon Emission/year (In Tons) 1 Company Vehicles 4.8T 2 Electricity 20.75T 3 Business Travels 5.82T 3 In-Land Trucking 3.8T 3 Shipping 167T 3 Commuting to Work 2.6T GRI 305: Emissions These numbers are obtained by using the formula: CO2 Emission calculation: Mass x Distance x emission factor. We used an emission factor of 2.68 for vehicles and 3.114 for shipping. Lastly for business travels we obtain the data from this website: https://flightfree.org/flight-emissions-calculator
  • 34. What’s in our future? Social Governance Carbon Emission Reporting In the next round of CO2 emission collections, we will strive to include cradle-to-grave information to include production and disposal numbers to create a more comprehensive report. Customer Education: Provide customers with educational resources on the benefits of renewable energy and how to optimize the use of battery generators and solar panels. ISO Certifications Work towards ISO 14001: Enviromental Management Systems and ISO 50001: Energy Management Energy Efficiency Improve energy efficiency in manufacturing processes and office operations to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Energy Access: Expand access to clean energy solutions in underserved communities, both locally and globally, to improve quality of life and reduce reliance on fossil fuels. Supply Chain Responsibility Promote responsible sourcing practices throughout the supply chain, including supplier diversity, fair labor practices, and environmental stewardship. Product Sustainability Increase the use of sustainable materials in product design and manufacturing to reduce environmental impact and promote product recyclability. Employee Development: Provide ongoing training and development opportunities for employees to enhance their skills and career advancement prospects. Data and Privacy Strengthen data privacy and security measures to protect customer and employee data from unauthorized access or breaches. Enviromental