Navigating Tomorrow — Today

At StormGeo our passion for weather and a protection of natural resources motivates us to support our clients in making informed, environmentally responsible business decisions.

Our Environmental Commitment

  • We help our customers reduce their emissions and help them navigate a changing environment amid climate change.
  • We do our part internally to reduce emissions, recycle waste and optimize energy consumption.
  • We are proud members of the UN global compact and support the 17 SDGs. Through this we advocate for a more sustainable future and are vocal ambassadors for a healthier planet. We use our platform to endorse and support sustainable behavior.

Proud participant of

UN Global Compact for Sustainable Ocean Business

Since 2018, we have been committed to the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment and anti-corruption.

We are committed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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Making a difference

We help our clients navigate the green transition, achieving concrete results on their path to a more sustainable future.

Aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, our proactive approach ensures transparent solutions that adapt to evolving dynamics.

77 million+

homes powered by StormGeo-supported offshore wind farms.*

5 Million+ MT

fuel saved with StormGeo **weather routing over a decade.

15 Million+ MT CO2

With 73,000 voyages routed annually, we have helped our shipping clients save approximately over 5 million MT of fuel with weather routing,** averting over 15 million MT of CO2 in over a decade.

*Supporting over 100 offshore wind farms, each producing 400 MW on average with a capacity factor of about 50% (IEA, 2019), delivering energy to households with an energy consumption of 4000 kWh per year (Enerdata, 2017).

**This figure assumes an average 2.5% fuel reduction by weather routing (GloMEEP, [no date]; ICCT, 2011), 3:1 CO2 to fuel savings (Krantz, 2016), a fuel consumption of 30 MT per day and average speed of 12.5 kn per hour, and using annual averages of distance, days and fuel consumption per route.