Nokia Siemens Networks is a telecommunications equipment supplier.
Nokia Siemens consider the impacts of business throughout the lifecycle of products, from design to end of life. The focus of innovation on areas that have the greatest potential to reduce impacts throughout the lifecycle: products’ energy consumption during use and the environmental impacts of the Nokia Siemens supply chain. Nokia Siemens are targeting a 40 percent improvement in energy efficiency of key products by 2012, with indus- try-leading energy efficiency in base stations.
Nokia Siemens engage with employees through a range of international communications channels. The annual Global Employee Engagement Survey and regular Pulse Surveys help to identify weaker areas and implement improvements through a company-wide action plan. Total energy use in buildings was 551 GWh in 2009, nine percent lower than the previous year and a 21 percent reduction from the 2007 baseline. This resulted in 206,000 tonnes of CO2-equivalent emissions. Nokia Siemens increased the electricity that was used from renewable sources to 31 percent (compared with 17 percent in 2008), beating the target of 25 percent. Most of this comes from hydropower in Finland and in Germany.
In 2009, Nokia Siemens launched a business serving the energy sector, applying skills and technology developed in the telecom sector to help manage complex smart electricity grids. Nokia Siemens also launched the Flexi Multiradio Base Station which is energy efficient because it supports three technologies in one unit. An average site running simultaneously second and third generation technology consumes as little as 790W, compared to 1230W for the equivalent previous product. Nokia Siemens also continued to work on bringing sustainable connectivity to remote, underserved areas.
This chart displays the carbon emissions for Nokia Siemens Networks compared to the average Carbon emissions for the Telecommunications industry sector (Actual emissions published on Ecodesk)
If a company displays a carbon emissions trend higher than the industry average, this often illustrates a greater measurement boundary – i.e. more overall responsibility.View Telecommunications » Find out more about Ecodesk »
Companies in blue have accounted for all 15 subcategories of WBCSD/WRI recommendations for Scope 3 reporting (see "Edit my profile".
Scope 3 means indirect responsibility including manufacturing, use and recycling among other categories). Those in white have not yet accounted for all subcategories. "Accounted for" means either fully reported or not applicable.View Telecommunications » Find out more about Ecodesk »
|Company||Staff||Revenue USD||Carbon Mt CO2-e||Energy Gj||Water m3||Waste t|
|Nokia Siemens Networks||661,600||56,122,101,000 USD||258,500||1,983,600||774,521||6,334||View Profile »|
|Telefónica||285,106||81,367,631,300 USD||1,780,316||21,634,027||3,927,601||–||View Profile »|
|AT&T||256,420||126,723,000,000 USD||9,144,648||–||12,886,000||–||View Profile »|
|Verizon||183,400||115,800,000,000 USD||5,855,570||37,674,419||6,445,335||–||View Profile »|
|China Mobile Communications||175,336||82,948,800,000 USD||11,460,000||0||–||–||View Profile »|
|China Mobile||164,336||73,314,000,000 USD||10,630,000||38,232,000||–||–||View Profile »|
|France Telecom||161,390||60,160,000,000 USD||1,518,261||18,946,800||1,393,336||–||View Profile »|
|Huawei||110,000||27,980,000,000 USD||–||–||3,130,000||–||View Profile »|
|Comcast Corporation||102,000||37,937,000,000 USD||–||–||–||–||View Profile »|
|BT Group||89,015||30,808,179,900 USD||1,544,401||9,640,800||1,370,000||45,115||View Profile »|
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