Climate change is a more actual topic than ever. The
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report
demands limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees. There is a lot
the built environment sector can do to mitigate climate change.
The industry, commercial and residential sectors together
constitute about 30% of global GHG (greenhouse gas)
emissions. Construction of new buildings in the European
Union area is moving towards nearly zero energy buildings. In
projects, our design & build expertise is valuable and we can
act as a partner for procurement, design, construction works
and engineering of building technology systems, ensuring
energy efficiency at every stage.
The global economy and markets will change due to climate
issues. Caverion wants to be a flexible partner that is on the
front line providing future services and added value to our
customers and society. Climate change is a challenge but also
a possibility for Caverion to really make a difference as the
society needs to move towards longer life cycles and circular
Caverion and environment
In 2018, Caverion Group revised the materiality analysis for key
The energy savings Caverion achieved for its customers have
the most significant environmental impact. Of Caverion’s own
operations, the fuel consumption of car fleet has the most
significant environmental footprint. The energy consumption
of Caverion’s own facilities also has a major impact. Waste
management and efficient material use are important in
Caverion’s day-to-day operations, as circular economy is an
increasing global megatrend.
Environmentally compliant supply chain and partners are
essential for Caverion.