IE 9.3. Non-renewable energy consumption

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IE 9.3 of the France Invest ESG Reporting Framework addresses the share of non-renewable energy consumption in comparison to renewable energy. It aims to quantify the company’s dependence on traditional energy sources such as oil, coal, and natural gas.

1. How to answer this question ?

To answer this question, the company must first calculate the total energy consumed during the reporting period. Then, it must determine what percentage of this energy comes from non-renewable sources. This percentage should be expressed as a floating-point number, meaning it should include all significant digits after the decimal point.

2. Why is it important ?

This information is important because it provides insight into the company’s environmental impact and its efforts towards a transition to more sustainable energy sources. The higher the share of non-renewable energy, the more likely the company’s carbon footprint is to be significant.

3. Examples :

– Example A: “Our company has a 70% non-renewable energy consumption, reflecting our current use of fossil fuels for our main operations.”

– Example B: “We have managed to reduce our non-renewable energy consumption to 40% of the total thanks to recent investments in solar and wind technologies.”

Having a clear view of their non-renewable energy consumption allows companies to plan strategies for improving sustainability and meeting stakeholder expectations for environmental responsibility.

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