1. Ferrovial

Energy Consumption

Since 2009, we have measured 100% of greenhouse gas emissions from our activities all over the world to reduce our carbon footprint.

We have set global goals for the 2030 horizon that have been verified by the Science Based Target initiative and are aligned with their scenarios. Our commitment is to reduce scopes 1 and 2 by 2030 by 32% by 2030, using 2009 as a baseline.

We have set global goals for the 2030 horizon that have been verified by the Science Based Target initiative and are aligned with their scenarios. Our commitment is to reduce scopes 1 and 2 by 2030 by 32% by 2030, using 2009 as a baseline.

2009201720182019
Fossil fuel consumption from mobile sources and stationary sources
MWH
2,068,3072,802,9471,789,1411,665,821
Electricity consumption from non-renewable sources
MWH
367,588242,160201,089145,841

Electricity consumption derived from renewable sources
MWH
7,325168,471189,092212,952

What is energy consumption?

Energy consumption is fossil fuel consumption from fixed or mobile sources or electrical consumption owned or controlled by the company.

This consumption mainly comes from:

  • Fuel combustion at fixed points: This includes fixed equipment such as generator sets, boilers, furnaces, burners, turbines, heaters, incinerators, engines, flamers, etc. that use fossil fuel to generate heat, electricity, or steam or are used for a company process. Machinery used in construction is included in this group.
  • Combustion of fuels in vehicles: From the combustion of fuels in vehicles and motorcycles managed by the company.
  • Electricity consumption: Consumption of electricity purchased from other companies that produce or control it. Electricity consumption may be from fossil fuels (oil, carbon, or natural gas) or natural sources (solar, wind, or tidal power).
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