Carbon intensity is understood as the level of carbon emissions relative to each operating unit, e.g. income, production units, etc.
Carbon dioxide emission intensity
Based on the revenue and size of the premises of the Reykjavik Energy Group, the Group’s carbon intensity has contracted since 2015, or from about 1,800 CO2 equivalents to 950 tons of CO2 equivalents.
ON Power produces electricity and hot water, which is sold wholesale to Veitur Utilities. The carbon footprint for each produced unit of electricity and hot water at ON Power has decreased since 2015.
Veitur Utilities provide electricity, hot water and potable water to consumers and also manages the sewerage system. The carbon footprint from the distribution of all of the above, has decreased since 2015.
The carbon footprint from Reykjavik Fibre Network's fibre optic data transmission has decreased since 2015.
Please note that the unit for electricity and hot water is in kWh, cold water is m3, sewerage systems in 'per person' units and fibre optics data transmission is in gigabytes
The margin of error for discharge is 5%.
The Reykjavik Energy Group does not emit any ozone-depleting substances in its activities.