Since 2016, we have reported on the Carbon Intensity ESG KPI . In contrast to the existing CO2 Emissions ESG KPI, the new ESG KPI shows the CO2e emissions in proportion to the transmitted data volumes. Using data volume as a reference parameter makes it possible to create a direct link to the performance of our networks.
Our ambition: decrease KPI
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The ESG KPI figure also takes into account total CO2 emissions for all energy sources – fuel, gas, district heating and electricity, The data volume is composed of the transmitted IP data volumes (including Voice over IP, Internet, IP-TV).
The Carbon Intensity ESG KPI 305-4 (Greenhouse Gas Emissions Intensity). This information is relevant for EFFAS KPI E02-01 (Greenhouse gas emissions Scope 1-3). It is furthermore relevant for criterion 13 (Climate-relevant emissions and objectives) of the German Sustainability Codex. It is also used for reporting on the Global Compact principles 7 (Precautionary approach) and 8 (Promoting environmental responsibility).is relevant for the GRI indicator GRI