Hitachi Construction Machinery

Global

Production (Scope 1&2)

To contribute to the prevention of global warming, HCM Group is working to reduce the CO2 emissions generated by energy which accompanies business activity. We receive third-party evaluation for GHG emissions based on criteria of verification ISO 14064-3 at limited level of assurance.

In the FY 2019, HCM Group reduced energy consumption by 13% compared to the previous year thanks to energy-saving measures such as switching to solar power generation, introducing a power monitoring system (EMilia), use of inverters, and changing to LED lighting. Total CO2 emissions decreased by about 1% compared to the previous year.

Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery switched the company’s power generation to photovoltaic power generation and in the FY 2019, renewable energy accounts for more than 40% of its electric power consumption.

Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery Plants Switch to Photovoltaic Power Generation Reduce Power Consumption

Energy usage and GHG emissions that accompany business operations

Total Range : All Domestic and Overseas Production/non-Production Bases for Consolidation
(Bradken has been included in the results since FY 2018)

Total Range : All Domestic and Overseas Production/non-Production Bases for Consolidation
(Using the CO2 conversion coefficient of the International Energy Agency (IEA) energy, 2010 edition)

Scope Energy Type Energy Usage Heat Conversion (GJ) CO2 Emissions (t-CO2) Criterion, Method, Prerequisite, Other
Scope2 Electricity 428,009 MWh 4,200,827 224,100 Using the 2010 edition of the International Energy Agency (IEA) CO2 energy conversion coefficient
Renewable energy(Solar power), within above 15,843 MWh 157,955 8,397
Scope1 Fuel oils (gasoline, kerosene etc.) 4,261 Kl 161,150 11,026 Using the CO2 energy conversion coefficient of the Energy Conservation Act
City gas 7,930 kM³ 308,601 15,008
LPG, LNG 9,683 t 495,926 28,729
Other Flammable Natural Gas 20,701 kM³ 900,497 45,956
Scope1 Subtotal 1,866,174 100,719

No GHG emissions generated by other energy sources
No CH4, N2O, HFCs, PFCs, SF6 emissions
Total Range: All Domestic and Overseas Production/non-Production Bases for Consolidation

A conserving energy activities project has begun within HMC Group companies, with the goal of power usage reduction overall as well as over peak times. Implementing photovoltaic power generation system, highly efficiency devices and etc have brought about continual improvements.

Amount of Energy/CO2 Reduction
Energy Type Energy Conservation Measures (Articles) Energy Conservation Measures (Details) Energy Reduction (Crude oil equivalent)(KL) Amount of CO2 Reduction (t-CO2) Comparison Criterion Criterion, Method, Prerequisite, Other
Electrical Power New energy and untapped energy Solar power 0 8,397 Before introduction Using the CO2 conversion coefficient of the International Energy Agency (IEA) energy, 2010 edition
Introduction of High-efficiency Devices Amorphous Transformers, Compressors, LEDs etc 3351.8 1612.6 Fluorescent Lighting, Incandescent Bulbs, Mercury Lamps
Cogeneration, thermal storage, energy storage Cogeneration introduction 0 0 Before introduction
Management Strengthening Electrical Power Monitoring, Air/Air Conditioner Management 18.5 36.4 Difference in Pressure and Temperature
Other Insulation/Heat Retention, Shutting off Lights etc 190 570 Before switch
Total 3,560 10,616

Total Range: Main Domestic and Overseas Production Bases for Consolidation

Carbon Offset Initiatives

HCM is spreading the use of products with high-level energy-saving functions, and we are taking carbon offset initiatives in order to contribute low-carbon society .

Ongoing Initiatives

In the interests of reducing CO2 emissions from energy going forward, we are not only furthering the systematic introduction of high-efficiency machinery and fuel conversion, but we are also attempting to raise environmental awareness through monitoring the monthly results of CO2 emissions at each company or group company and uploading goal achievement states online for visibility. In the future, we will establish a structure that evaluates the undertakings towards achieving annual targets, and will endeavor to strengthen the PDCA.

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