Global Reporting Initiative+Fuel consumption from renewable sources (G4-EN3-b)
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Fuel consumption from renewable sources (G4-EN3-b)

What is the total amount of fuel consumption from renewable sources (in gigajoules) that the organization is responsible for?

Companies Values

Arc'Teryx

2016 = Unknown Gigajoules

Medtronic

2015 = Unknown Gigajoules

Lam Research

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Waters Corporation

2013 = Unknown Gigajoules

Lenovo Group Ltd.

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Legg Mason

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

LG International

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Larsen & Toubro

2015 = Unknown Gigajoules

Lowe's Companies, Inc.

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Sky plc

2015 = Unknown Gigajoules

Oracle

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Mitsui Chemicals

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Patagonia Inc.

2015 = Unknown Gigajoules

National Hockey League (NHL)

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Airbus Group

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Under Armour

2016 = Unknown Gigajoules

Nestlé USA

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

KLA-Tencor

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules

Arcadis

2015 = Unknown Gigajoules

Metalloinvest

2014 = Unknown Gigajoules
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Metric Type
Researched
Research Policy
Community Assessed
Report Type
Corporate Social Responsibility Report
Value Type
Number
Unit:
Gigajoules
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About

This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. It covers one of the requirements of Indicator G4-EN3 - 'Energy consumption within the organization'.

Energy consumption has a direct effect on operational costs and can increase exposure to fluctuations in energy supply and prices. The environmental footprint of an organization is shaped in part by its choice of energy sources. Changes in the balance of these sources can indicate the organization’s efforts to minimize its environmental impacts.

Renewable energy sources are energy sources that are capable of being replenished in a short time through ecological cycles. These include:

  • Geothermal

  • Wind

  • Solar

  • Hydro

  • Biomass

The consumption of purchased electricity, heating, cooling, and steam contributes to an organization’s energy indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions, which are reported in Indicator G4-EN16.

Methodology

This metric is looking for the total amount of fuel consumption from renewable sources in gigajoules that the company is responsible for?

For WikiRate researchers:

Companies who align reports to GRI’s Sustainability Reporting Standards often include a GRI Content Index or Annex where GRI disclosures, with GRI codes, are listed.

  • Use the GRI Index, CTRL F, Command F or search button on source preview to search for this index and metrics within the report

  • Use G4 codes, G3 codes or keywords to quickly find values, keeping in mind that some companies report on the metric using different terms, e.g. G4-EN3 or EN3, fuel consumption or renewable sources

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Further guidance on how to research values for GRI-based metrics is available here, including detailed guidance on adding, editing and checking metric values.

Global Reporting Initiative compliance guidance for companies:

To calculate the total fuel consumption from non-renewable sources (in gigajoules) - G4-EN3-b:

  • ​Identify the types of energy (fuel, electricity, heating, cooling, and steam) consumed within the organization.

  • Identify the amount of energy (fuel, electricity, heating, cooling, and steam) consumed within the organization, in joules or multiples.

  • When reporting self-generated energy consumption, the organizations does not double-count fuel consumption. For example, if an organization generates electricity from coal and then consumes the generated electricity, the energy consumption is counted once under the fuel consumption.

  • Energy may be purchased from sources external to the organization or produced by the organization itself (self-generated). Only energy consumed by entities owned or controlled by the organization is expected to be reported in this Indicator.

Reporting on this Indicator should include the following contextual information as a comment to the metric value:

  • G4-EN3-f: ​Standards, methodologies, and assumptions used.

  • G4-EN3-g:​ The source of the conversion factors used.

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