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Reduce emissions

  • Energy efficiency in industry | SPIE

    Industrial sites often face the dual challenge of reducing carbon emissions while simultaneously increasing production... SPIE offers integrated solutions to increase energy efficiency and reduce emissions at industrial sites
  • United Kingdom: SPIE embarks on its future fleet strategy with 60 EVs | SPIE

    With the adoption of alternative fuel vehicles across its fleet, SPIE UK has calculated that it should reduce its emissions by approximately 20 percent in the next twelve months, and is estimating an 80 percent reduction by 2025. The first vehicles to hit the road under the future fleet strategy will be 60 Nissan e NV200 vans
  • Remote working | SPIE

    The increase in remote work arrangements has the added benefit of reducing carbon emissions from daily commutes and business trips. SPIE's range of solutions to facilitate remote work allows customers to equip their workforce with the means, equipment and technology needed to work anywhere, anytime and from any device
  • Barriers | SPIE

    Innovative solutions developed by SPIE help regulate traffic, depending on peak levels of pollution and therefore reduce CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. Ressources
  • Energy efficiency and less CO2 emission for the SI Centre of Stuttgart: a successful operation for SPIE | SPIE

    Through these energy-efficient measures, SPIE reduces CO2 emissions and achieves considerable savings: on average more than two million euros per year are saved and around 2 500 tons of CO2 emissions per year are avoided. "This success is also reflected in our customer satisfaction, and we are proud that the current contract between SPIE and SI- Erlebnis-Centrum has been extended for a further ten years in 2016", says Hartmut Kogel, Head of Operations South in the Business Unit Energy Solutions of SPIE Deutschland & Zentraleuropa
  • Environment | SPIE

    The Group also reduces greenhouse gas emissions from its multi-technical services... Since 2009, SPIE has been identifying and quantifying the significant greenhouse gas emissions associated with its activities and taking action to reduce them... SPIE has committed to reducing its direct emissions (scopes 1 and 2) by 25 % between the reference year 2019 and 2025. To achieve this, SPIE is converting its vehicle fleet to electric and improving the energy efficiency of its property assets
  • SPIE commits to the social, cooperative and solidarity economy by signing the "Green Deal Achats Circulaires" in Belgium | SPIE

    Secondly, the Belgian subsidiary also undertakes to reduce the CO2 emissions of its fleet of vehicles and thereby make them greener. "These two specific projects, which are under development in the SPIE Purchasing department, are perfectly in line with the social responsibility objectives of the SPIE Group ",explains David Grégoire, Purchasing Manager Direct Cost
  • Mobility | SPIE

    Reducing the carbon emissions from both individual and collective transportation is an urgent challenge of the energy transition. SPIE's range of services help its customers create more efficient mobility, paving the way towards a net-zero society
  • Unified communications and collaboration | SPIE

    This helps to reduce CO2 emissions. A new UCC infrastructure in the St Claraspital in Basel
  • SPIE Efficient Facilities GmbH - the new name for the German technical facility management subsidiary - expresses the focus as a partner for a climate-neutral and digital future | SPIE

    Well-founded analyses provide us with the basis for developing tailored energy-efficiency solutions for our customers in order to reduce climate-damaging emissions and energy consumption... At the same time, digital tools enable continuous improvements for reducing consumption and CO2 emissions to be implemented and maintained without major effort and make it easier to obtain certification