that value a young company committed to low carbon
In 2023, to identify its main sources of greenhouse gas emissions, NU GREEN will conducted a Bilan carbone®. In 2022, the company will also benefited from this ACT - Assessing low Carbon Transition® assessment, developed by ADEME, to obtain an evaluation of the company's strategy through the prism of the requirements of a low-carbon world.
The Carbon Footprints®, will be carried out each year by NU GREEN include direct emissions (scope 1), indirect emissions related to energy consumption (scope 2), and emissions induced by the company's activity (scope 3): fixed assets, inputs, purchase of raw materials, services or other products, employee travel, upstream and downstream transport of goods.
This carbon balance®, for all three scopes, provides a global view of the company's carbon footprint.
ACT Evaluation - Assessing low Carbon Transition®
The ACT - Assessing low Carbon Transition® initiative was developed by ADEME and the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) to assess the climate strategies of companies, whatever their size or markets, and confront them with the requirements of a low-carbon world. In 2023, NU GREEN is volunteering to take part in an experiment conducted on the cement market.
A high score in the ACT benchmark. The average of cement companies participating in the ACT experiment in 2023 in the international community.
The analysis highlights the positive aspect, in the low carbon contribution, of NU GREEN cements without clinker. The score also highlights the integration of climate change issues into the management system and customer engagement.
In order to evaluate its business and strategy through the prism of ESG criteria, the company requested two independent extra-financial evaluations in 2020 and a new rating from Ethifinance in 2021.