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Environmental impact

  • SPIE and LEASÉTIC join forces to reduce the environmental impact of digital technology | SPIE

    SPIE and LEASÉTIC join forces to reduce the environmental impact of digital technology. SPIE and LEASÉTIC join forces to reduce the environmental impact of digital technology... Malakoff, 17 March 2022 -SPIE ICS, the French digital services subsidiary of SPIE, the independent European leader in multi-technical services in the areas of energy and communications, together with the leasing company LEASÉTIC, is offering its customers a personalised solution supported by LEASÉTIC's application Colibris for measuring the carbon footprint of their digital assets to optimise their environmental impact
  • SPIE sets up a new 400 kV line in Poland | SPIE

    Prior to the installation phase through the ecologically significant area, SPIE conducted a comprehensive environmental impact assessment and public consultation in the municipalities concerned... "In addition to the two-year environmental impact assessment and the compilation of a comprehensive environmental impact report, we have collaborated closely with environmental organisations and regional environmental protection authorities
  • Sustainable purchasing: an ambitious and collaborative strategy | SPIE

    Faced with the challenges of the energy transition, it plays a crucial role in helping us to provide innovative green solutions to our customers and to reduce our own environmental impact... SPIE's sustainable purchasing policy makes a decisive contribution to the Group's ambitious commitments in terms of environmental impact
  • Ecovadis 2019 ratings: SPIE once again in the top 1% of the most sustainable companies | SPIE

    SPIE's teams aim to offer their customers solutions that are ethical in terms of environmental impact and are always at the cutting edge of energy performance... In addition to the solutions that SPIE offers its customers, it strives to reduce the environmental impact of its operations
  • SPIE ICS, first digital services company to receive the "Responsible Digital" label | SPIE

    Measuring and reducing the environmental impact of information systems... Simulation of the environmental impact of applications according to how they are hosted
  • Energy transition | SPIE

    At the forefront of the energy transition market, multi-technical services can be carried out to boost the share of renewable energies in the energy mix while providing support to this sector's transformation: smart grids, energy storage systems, a lower environmental impact of oil and gas production, CO 2 capture, etc
  • Energy transition | SPIE

    At the forefront of the energy transition market, multi-technical services can be carried out to boost the share of renewable energies in the energy mix while providing support to this sector's transformation: smart grids, energy storage systems, a lower environmental impact of oil and gas production, CO 2 capture, etc
  • Energy transition | SPIE

    At the forefront of the energy transition market, multi-technical services can be carried out to boost the share of renewable energies in the energy mix while providing support to this sector's transformation: smart grids, energy storage systems, a lower environmental impact of oil and gas production, CO 2 capture, etc
  • Sustainable cities | SPIE

    To offer users this modernity while reducing the environmental impact of urban spaces, it is essential to design integrated solutions for smart cities of all sizes. These solutions demand high technical expertise and optimal use of digital technology
  • Sustainable cities | SPIE

    To offer users this modernity while reducing the environmental impact of urban spaces, it is essential to design integrated solutions for smart cities of all sizes. These solutions demand high technical expertise and optimal use of digital technology