Making the energy supply and our organisation sustainable

As a network operator, we are not only preparing our gas and electricity networks for a sustainable future. We are also preparing our market facilitating systems and services for the future. We are working towards a new situation of higher awareness and more choices in energy generation and consumption, and a sustainable energy system which is reliable, accessible and affordable. We cannot do this alone. To achieve this goal, all parties need to have a clear picture of what the energy system in 2050 looks like and how we can reach it.  

Related topics

This chapter is about our measures to make the energy supply and our own organisation more sustainable. The reported information relates to topics that we and our stakeholders feel are important. Furthermore, these activities contribute to achieving SDGs.

Material topics



Customer groups

A) Energy security for the customer
B) Climate change
E) Supply chain responsibility
F) Governance
G) Dialogue with stakeholders
H) Circular operations



Sustainable developments in our service area

Installed solar energy capacity




compared to 2022

5,874 MW in 2022

Installed wind energy capacity




compared to 2022

1,850MW in 2022

Volume of fed in green gas


million m3


compared to 2022

66 million m3 in 2022

Number of public charging station



compared to 2022

12,850 in 2022

Objectives and results for sustainable business operations

Gross carbon emissions, own business operations


2023 result in kilotons


2023 objective in kilotons

289 kilotons in 20221

Net carbon emissions from business operations


2023 result in kilotons


2023 objective in kilotons

29 kilotons in 20221



result in 2023


objective for 2022

28% in 2022

  • 1The results of the gross CO2 emissions and decarbonisation for 2022 were recalculated based on the most recent emission factors and more up-to-date insights into the total network losses for electricity and gas in 2022.
  • 2The scope of the Circularity KPI comprises primary assets: Low-voltage and medium-voltage cables, gas pipes, distribution and power transformers, and smart electricity and gas meters.
  • 3This score is discussed in more detail under ‘Circular Procurement’ later in this section.