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Greenhouse

  • Carbon accounting | SPIE

    As an environmentally responsible company, SPIE performed carbon accounting internally to evaluate the carbon dependency of its activities, identify the main sources of greenhouse gases, and undertake efforts to reduce these harmful emissions. Measuring greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon accounting aims to measure greenhouse gas emissions
  • Global warming: SPIE works for a sustainable city | SPIE

    To reduce the harmful environmental impact of greenhouse gases and fight against climate change, it is essential to rethink urban development... Preservation of natural spaces, biodiversity, energy resources, fight against fine particles and greenhouse gases... The world faces many environmental challenges today
  • Electric vehicles: SPIE shares its experience as a charging station installer | SPIE

    By supporting this exhibition's first edition, SPIE aims to showcase its experience in the reductions of greenhouse gases in the transport sector, one of the major sources of emissions in France... Strongly committed to reducing the environmental impact of its business activities, SPIE is taking steps to cut down on waste from its work sites and also to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions linked to all its business travel requirements
  • Green economy | SPIE

    The purpose of this policy is to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption at every level... This procedure evaluates the amount of direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions produced by their activities... The company has also performed internal, measuring the exact quantity of direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions produced by its activities
  • The SPIE dossiers | SPIE

    To reduce the harmful environmental impact of greenhouse gases and fight against climate change, it is essential to rethink urban development. Eco-Mobility, or clean transport, is an important aspect of sustainable development
  • Sustainable inSPIErations | SPIE

    In its effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, SPIE has applied a green economy policy throughout all of its businesses. In this context, SPIE develops energy efficiency services tailored to each of its sectors, whilst also providing support to its customers in their green economy efforts
  • Optimising buiding's energy efficiency: SPIE showcases a new solution at the 2015 SIMI professional real estate exhibition | SPIE

    Addressing the building sector which is Europe's biggest energy consumer, accounting for nearly 40 % of total energy consumption and 36 % of greenhouse gas emissions, SPIE aims to share its vision of high energy performance with real estate professionals by mobilising its expertise and know-how on its stand
  • Salon des Maires 2011: SPIE presents a structured services offering | SPIE

    Buildings are responsible for 23 % of greenhouse gas emissions, and therefore represent a priority sector for the redesign of management methods... This approach has been validated by the SERCE* Energy Efficiency label, and contributes to meeting the three objectives set by the European Union for 2020: a 20 % reduction in energy consumption, a 20 % reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and a 20 % increase of the portion of renewable energies used in final energy consumption
  • Combining multiple energies | SPIE

    From the diagnostic phase to effective energy management, the Group works on all levels to reduce buildings ' energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions
  • COP 21: SPIE reaffirms its commitment to the fight against global warming | SPIE

    Cergy, 8 October 2015 -Just a few months before the holding of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) in Paris, from November 30 to December 11 this year, SPIE has restated its commitment to the fight against greenhouse gas emissions... 40 % reduction in greenhouse gases, 27 % of European energy consumption from renewable sources by 2030: these are targets, set by the European Commission, which SPIE aims to support by proposing innovative solutions in its business fields (Smart city, e-fficient buildings, Energies, and Industry services)