CDP+Scope 2 Emissions
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Scope 2 Emissions

How many tonnes of Scope 2 GHG Emissions has the company produced in the most recent reporting year?

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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
2014 = 14.9M tonnes
AT&T Inc.
2014 = 8.1M tonnes
Dow Chemical
2014 = 7.57M tonnes
Samsung
2014 = 5.8M tonnes
General Motors Company
2014 = 5.61M tonnes
Toyota Motor Corporation
2014 = 4.82M tonnes
Volkswagen AG
2014 = 4.75M tonnes
The Kroger Company
2014 = 4.15M tonnes
BASF SE
2014 = 3.99M tonnes
Nestlé
2014 = 3.81M tonnes
Honda Motor Company
2014 = 3.8M tonnes
Deutsche Telekom
2014 = 3.42M tonnes
Tesco PLC
2014 = 3.41M tonnes
Ford Motor Company
2014 = 3.34M tonnes
General Electric
2014 = 3.03M tonnes
Hitachi Ltd.
2014 = 3.02M tonnes
FIAT
2014 = 2.98M tonnes
Procter & Gamble Co.
2014 = 2.97M tonnes
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
2014 = 2.86M tonnes
Marriott International
2014 = 2.8M tonnes

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Companies report the emissions from the generation of purchased electricity that is consumed in its owned or controlled equipment or operations as scope 2. Scope 2 emissions are a special category of indirect emissions. For many companies, purchased electricity represents one of the largest sources of GHG emissions and the most significant opportunity to reduce these emissions. Accounting for scope 2 emissions allows companies to assess the risks and opportunities associated with changing electricity and GHG emissions costs.

For further information you can refer to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol.

Methodology

Companies report the emissions from the generation of purchased electricity that is consumed in its owned or controlled equipment or operations as scope 2. Scope 2 emissions are a special category of indirect emissions. For many companies, purchased electricity represents one of the largest sources of GHG emissions and the most significant opportunity to reduce these emissions. Accounting for scope 2 emissions allows companies to assess the risks and opportunities associated with changing electricity and GHG emissions costs.

For further information you can refer to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol

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