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Case study: How RWE makes its electricity generation more climate friendly

As one of the leading energy utilities in Europe, supplying over 16.4 million customers with electricity, RWE strives to make its electricity generation more climate friendly, reducing the CO2 emissions from its power plants and increasing electricity generation from renewable sources, in line with German and European climate goals.

By identifying, measuring, managing and changing RWE is essentially in control of this very important aspect of CSR/ Sustainability.

The case studies sent out weekly through the FBRH SustainCase Newsletter are intended to give you insights on how you can maintain and increase the value of your company, through a structured process and the use of the Global Reporting Initiative's Standards. We demonstrate how companies worldwide are dealing with their most important impacts (economic, environmental and social) and how they are succeeding in the long-term by building and maintaining favourable reputations and relationships with key stakeholders who can hold them back or stop them from reaching their objectives.

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Case study: How RWE makes its electricity generation more climate friendly
Case study: How RWE makes its electricity generation more climate friendly


Climate protection, not least through the low-carbon generation of electricity, is a top priority for both RWE and its stakeholders and a key challenge and area for action for RWE. In order to make its electricity generation more climate friendly RWE took action to:

  • monitor and reduce CO2 emissions
  • renew power plants
  • transfer lignite-fired power station units to security standby
  • increase electricity generation from renewable sources
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