2. Energy and CO2 reduction policy
Ambition CO2 emission reduction 2020 – 2025 Yunex Traffic, has been taken important since 2011 in energy reduction, reduction of its own footprint and the realization of significant reductions in the chain. Yunex Traffic objective has been set and communicated that we will operate completely CO2 neutral by the end of 2030.
With this plan, Yunex Traffic has the aim to: Reduce CO2 emissions up to and including FY 2025 compared to FY 2019 for scope 1 and 2 by 55%. Reduce CO2 emissions up to and including FY 2025 compared to FY 2019 for scope 3 by 34%. The realization of the objectives is detailed in the document Reduction plan scope 1-2-3 version 1.0 Yunex Traffic FY 2020-2025. Yunex Traffic aims to be the first major industrial company in the world with a neutral CO2 footprint by 2030. The company aims to reduce its CO2 emissions by 50% by 2020.
In order to reduce its CO2 emissions in the long term, Yunex Traffic B.V. measures for building, activities and mobility, including the following measures:
Carrying out the Yunex Traffic policy, with the objective that by the end of FY 2025 at the latest the fleet consists of at least 75% electric and/or sustainably powered vehicles, subject to the necessary technical developments in the market.
The accommodation of Yunex Traffic B.V. can be realized according to label A Introduction and application of energy-neutral roadside systems in traffic engineering.
Yunex Traffic B.V. is aware of the environmental effects of its energy consumption and has therefore set itself the goal of structurally reducing energy consumption and improving the energy efficiency of its processes. To achieve this,
Yunex Traffic has set up an energy management system equivalent to ISO 50001.
The management determines the objective(s) for scope 1, 2 and 3 and Business Support monitors the action plan and implementation. Various reduction measures have now been initiated and Yunex Traffic is participating in various initiatives as described on the page 'participation initiatives'.