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Core concept
We are now facing tremendous challenges from global climate change. Leading by example, Taiwan Mobile is committed to reducing carbon emissions from operational activities, developing environmental strategies, and improving the efficiency in resource utilization. At the same time we also aim to fulfill our responsibility in protecting the environment by taking advantage of our core capabilities in the communications industry to provide green products and services.

Commitment and Actions

  • The Environmental Management Committee develops environmental policies and objectives, pursues ISO certifications and develops smart energy conservation.
  • Carbon risk management: We review the performance of our energy saving and carbon reduction efforts and track greenhouse gas inventories on a regular basis.
  • Renewable energy applications: We continue to support green energy initiatives and expand the construction of our green energy infrastructure.
  • Resource conservation and waste recycling: We continue to improve the efficiency of resource utilization and dispose of general business waste properly.

Results and Performance in 2018

  • SBT achieved: the reduction of greenhouse gas by more than 8,700 tons CO2e, down 3.45% from 2016 (The first telecom and service company to pass the SBTi (Science Based Targets initiative) evaluation in 2019).
  • Electricity consumption decreased by 3.68% compared with 2017, saving more than 16.44 million kWh
  • 5.06 million kWh procurement of renewable energy certification and 7.8 thousand kWh renewable energy usage.
  • 24.82% use of IDC renewable energy
  • 215 kWh of cumulative green energy construction
  • Develop the TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures)
  • Total non-recoverable industrial waste decreased by 48% compared with 2017
  • Total tap water consumption decreased by 4.3% compared with 2017 (excluding IDC)
  • 8.95 million NTD was raised to build 168.3 kW Solar photovoltaic system for the Green Power for Charity Project, which will generate 16 million in revenue for vulnerable groups in the next 20 years

2019 Objective

  • Reduce 6% of electricity consumption compared with 2016
  • Purchase 13.38 million kWh of renewable energy certification
  • 22.5% use of IDC renewable energy
  • 230 kW cumulative green energy construction
  • Continuous develop the TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures)
  • Reduce 4% total un-recoverable business waste compared with 2017
  • Reduce 2% of total tap water consumption compared with 2017 (excluding IDC)
  • Continuous promotion of the Green Energy Initiative and the Green Power for Charity Project