• A holistic response to challenges

    In order to cut our CO₂ emissions throughout the Group, we drew up MAN’s Climate Strategy in 2011, which included the binding goal of reducing absolute CO₂ emissions from our production plants by 2020.

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  • Reducing CO₂ emissions

    When it comes to reducing energy consumption and CO₂ emissions, MAN pursues a whole range of different avenues. Be it thanks to combined heat and power, LED lighting, or renewable energies – at around 129,740 tons, we were able to significantly reduce our CO₂ emissions in 2017 compared with the baseline year of 2008. We achieved this thanks to various measures taken at our sites.

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    Further measures can be found in the 2017 GRI Report (Production chapter).

  • Focus on energy consumption

    In 2017, energy consumption at MAN production sites showed only a minimal year-on-year change despite increased production, remaining roughly on par with the previous year at 1.38 million megawatt-hours (MWh). In the Commercial Vehicles business area, energy consumption per vehicle produced fell from 8.8 MWh in 2016 to 8.4 MWh in 2017.

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A holistic response to challenges

In order to cut our CO₂ emissions throughout the Group, we drew up MAN’s Climate Strategy in 2011, which included the binding goal of reducing absolute CO₂ emissions from our production plants by 2020.

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Reducing CO₂ emissions

When it comes to reducing energy consumption and CO₂ emissions, MAN pursues a whole range of different avenues. Be it thanks to combined heat and power, LED lighting, or renewable energies – at around 129,740 tons, we were able to significantly reduce our CO₂ emissions in 2017 compared with the baseline year of 2008. We achieved this thanks to various measures taken at our sites.

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Further measures can be found in the 2017 GRI Report (Production chapter).

Focus on energy consumption

In 2017, energy consumption at MAN production sites showed only a minimal year-on-year change despite increased production, remaining roughly on par with the previous year at 1.38 million megawatt-hours (MWh). In the Commercial Vehicles business area, energy consumption per vehicle produced fell from 8.8 MWh in 2016 to 8.4 MWh in 2017.

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