Maliaño, January 30th, 2019. – Equipos Nucleares S.A., S.M.E (Ensa) is calculating its carbon footprint that is being verified by AENOR (Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification).
The carbon footprint measures greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that are emitted into the atmosphere as a result of our activity in society. The Cantabrian company maintains a commitment to fight against global warming that is reflected in this initiative, with which it aims to reduce the impact of its activities in this area through the implementation of measures that contribute to reducing the carbon footprint each year.
Its products and services help to generate carbon-free energy, a fundamental aspect at a time when climate change has the greatest environmental impact at a global level, and where EU policies focus efforts on reducing GEI emissions and in the transition towards a low carbon energy model.
Ensa’s environmental policy is aligned with European and national policies, maintaining a principle of efficient use of energy, which translates into an objective of reducing energy consumption and the associated carbon footprint.
Consequently with the transparency policy, the footprint is being verified by AENOR and the registration in the Carbon Footprint, Compensation and Carbon Dioxide Absorption Projects Registry of the Ministry of Energy Transition is considered created by Real Decreto 163/2014.