Of Caverion’s own operations, the fuel consumption of car fleet
has the most significant environmental footprint. Caverion’s
service fleet in 2018 was 4,600 vehicles. Caverion’s target is
to utilise logistical solutions that help to reduce greenhouse
gas emissions. As an example, environmental aspects are
considered in the selection of company cars. Caverion mostly
uses fuel-efficient diesel cars in its service and business car
fleet. In 2018, 96% of Caverion’s fleet fuel consumption was
diesel fuel. In addition, an increasing number of gas, hybrid and
full electric business cars are in use.
Caverion continuously follows the development of technology
and is open to increasing the number of alternative eco-friendly
vehicles for wider use in the future. Caverion is working on an
updated Group-level car policy and emission limits to meet the
requirements of the new and improved Worldwide Harmonised
Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) standard for measuring
vehicle emissions. During 2018 Caverion Finland already set
a WLTP CO2 emission limit for passenger cars to 180 g/km.
The main reason for the decrease of indirect energy
consumption in 2018, was divestments and other changes in
Caverion's industrial business.