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  • Contribute to the achievement of the national and European objectives to reduce GHG  emissions related to electricity generation
  • Reduce the carbon intensity in electricity generation, supporting the use of renewable sources and low CO2 emission energy carriers
  • Develop highly efficient district heating and district cooling through the use of, and integration with, renewable sources, the use of co-generated heat and waste, and ensuring a positive contribution to the air quality in cities
  • Increase the use of and customer loyalty to renewable electricity sources
  • Promote energy efficiency (extension of LED to public lighting, initiatives and efficiency in industrial and residential areas) and the use of renewable sources in end uses

Some 2030 targets

  • 62% reduction in CO2 emissions of power plants (compared to a baseline of the 2008-2012 average)
  • 50% heat from non-fossil fuels and recovered sources in the mix used for high-efficiency district heating and cooling
  • 46,000 tons of CO2 emissions per year prevented thanks to the promotion of energy efficiency and renewable sources in end use

Sustainability plan 2016-2020


Action 2020 Target KPIs Progress towards 2016 kpis
District heating 194 t/y of NOx emissions prevented due to district heating in 2020 (+149% on 2014) NOx avoided (t/y) -125


34% reduction in CO2 emissions from power generation compared to the average levels for the period 2008 – 2012 (9,500 t CO2)

CO2 emissions of electric power generation plants (kt CO2) 5,047
10% reduction of carbon intensity in electrical power generation (CO2/KWh) compared to the average levels for 2008 – 2012 (438 g CO2/KWh) Emissions factor for power production plants (kgCO2/kWh) 417
Green marketing 100% increase in the sale of green (renewable) energy on the mass market segment (compared to 2015) Green energy sold (GWh) 768.7
Δ compared to 2015 22%


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