Breakdown of Scope 1 and Scope 2 for GHG Emissions image of Warranty mark

Details regarding Scope 1 - volume of greenhouse gases (GHG) directly emitted from Company premises as a result of the burning of fuels (city gas, kerosene, diesel oil, gasoline, LPG, LNG) - and Scope 2 - volume of GHGs emitted in the use of electricity or heat energy supplied to the Company from outside - are shown below.
GHG emission volumes from the use of electricity were calculated using the adjusted emission coefficients of the Electric power Council for a Low carbon Society (ELCS).
Moreover, a review of GHG emissions accompanying electricity use at overseas plants conforming to the GHG Protocol, international guidelines for calculating GHG emissions, showed that the Norman Plant purchased electricity from wind power, the Meppel Plant from hydro power and the Dublin and Kerry plants from electricity generated from renewable energy sources so GHG emissions became zero, which drastically reduced Scope 2 from fiscal 2015.

GHG emission volumes (global / Japan: all business locations and sales fleets; overseas: all production facilities) 

(Unit : kilotons)
Fiscal year Totaled emission volume Scope1 (direct emissions) Scope2 (indirect emissions)
Emission volume
  GHG equivalent from electricity generated by renewable energy sources
Emission volume Breakdown
Energy sources Non-energy-related sources
2005 234 108 101 7 126   0
2012 193 79 79 0 114   10
2013 203 82 82 0 121   10
2014 210 75 75 0 134   9
2015 185 72 72 0 112   22
2016 179 70 70 0 109   17

 

GHG emission volumes (Japan: all business locations and sales fleets)

(Unit : kilotons)
Fiscal year Totaled emission volume Scope1 (direct emissions) Scope2 (indirect emissions)
Emission volume
  GHG equivalent from electricity generated by renewable energy sources
Emission volume Breakdown
Energy sources Non-energy-related sources
2005 177 92 85 7 84   0
2012 157 67 67 0 89   0
2013 168 71 71 0 97   0
2014 173 64 64 0 110   0
2015 170 61 61 0 109   0
2016 168 62 62 0 106   0

Non-energy-related sources: Waste liquid from incinerators at the Takaoka Plant and Takahagi Facilities are regarded as non-energy sources of CO2.

GHG emission volumes (overseas : all production facilities)

(Unit : kilotons)
Fiscal year Totaled emission volume Scope1 (direct emissions) Scope2 (indirect emissions)
Emission volume
  GHG equivalent from electricity generated by renewable energy sources
Emission volume Breakdown
Energy sources Non-energy-related sources
2005 57 16 16 0 42   0
2012 36 12 12 0 24   10
2013 35 11 11 0 24   10
2014 36 11 11 0 25   9
2015 14 11 11 0 3   22
2016 11 8 8 0 3   17

Purchases of renewable electricity: Electricity purchased at the Norman Plant (wind power), the Meppel Plant (hypro power), and the Dublin and Kerry Plants have been deemed to be generated by renewable energy sources.