In 2019, Caverion conducted a tendering process for its fleet renewal, where environmental aspects were one key section. Already 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 to measure vehicle emissions.
Efficient route planning and economical ways of driving are important to Caverion. In 2019, the focus was again on reducing the number of store pick-ups, which reduces the driving kilometres and emissions. The CO2 emissions of Caverion’s service fleet continued to decrease to a level of 16,200 tCO2. (2018: 18,400 tCO2). A major decrease in Scope 2 CO2 emissions is due to the reason that the piping and tank business related to Ylivieska workshop in Finland is no longer in 2019 figures, as it was sold in late 2018.