Sustainability targets

TARGET SCHEDULE STATUS 2018
 GENERAL SUSTAINABILITY
ENERGY SAVINGS:
Reduce energy consumption by at least 7% in terms of absolute consumption (GWh) by 2025, compared to the energy consumption in 2015.
2025 By the end of 2018, energy savings of 2.9 GWh were achieved, representing 9.8% of the final target.
ETHICAL BEHAVIOR:
Ensure commitment to the Code of Conduct throughout the organisation (Code of Conduct training coverage 100%).
2020 Training records are continuously monitored. At the end of 2018, the Code of Conduct training programme coverage was 89.8% of all employees.
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY:
Reach the long-term goal of zero injuries.
2020 In 2018, the corporate lost-time injury frequency rate was 2.50, which was 1% higher than in 2017 and above the internal target for the year (2.3.). However, Wärtsilä managed to increase the focus on proactive measures, and near miss/hazard reporting increased by 19% compared to 2017. By the end of the year, 3,200 Wärtsilä leaders had completed a “Leader in Safety, Leader in Business” safety workshop.
 ENERGY
SUSTAINABLE POWER SYSTEMS:
Contribute to the development of an affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern power system worldwide.





2020 In 2018, Wärtsilä announced its energy vision of leading the energy market’s transition towards a 100% renewable energy future. Some 2860 MWs of new modern, highly efficient, and flexible gas and liquid fired Smart Power Generation plants were sold during the year. Wärtsilä also released several innovative solutions, including the standardised energy storage solution GridSolv, Wärtsilä Hybrid Solar a hybrid solar PV and storage solution, and the latest generation of Wärtsilä’s advanced energy management software platform GEMS 6.
SMALL-MEDIUM SCALE LNG SOLUTIONS:
Become a global actor in the LNG value chain that develops opportunities, creates solutions, and builds infrastructure for clean-burning LNG to replace liquid fuel.



2020 In 2018, Wärtsilä had three LNG terminal projects in Finland. A ground-breaking ceremony for the new Hamina LNG terminal was held, and the tank slip forming and lifting of the roof were completed. At the Tornio Manga LNG Terminal, most of the performance tests were completed, and availability testing was started. At Raahe, the installation and commissioning work was completed, and the terminal was handed over to the customer.
 MARINE
CLIMATE CHANGE:
Reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from gas engines by 15% from 2015 to 2020.
2020
During 2018, Wärtsilä released its Wärtsilä 31SG gas engine to the market, and was able to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from gas engines by 8% from the baseline year.
DECARBONISATION OF TRANSPORT:
Contribute to the development of more sustainable transportation through gas based and other technologies.
2020
In 2018, Wärtsilä inaugurated the world’s first real-scale hybrid centre in Trieste (Italy), successfully tested the world’s first automated dock-to-dock solution, and launched important new solutions. These included the Skylight 3.0 for fleet performance monitoring, and the Wärtsilä 14, the first Wärtsilä-branded high-speed engine. In addition, Wärtsilä presented its end to end concept to optimise vessel speed and trim based on weather conditions, traffic, and berth availability at ports.
CLIMATE CHANGE:
Reduce over 300,000 tons of annual COfrom vessels with the help of Eniram solutions.
2020
The estimated reduction in CO2 emissions in 2018 was approximately 197,000 tons. This was a 13% increase in savings compared to the previous year.
 HR
WELL-BEING AT WORK - CAREER:
Balance between external and internal recruitments: More than 50% of the open vacancies filled from internal applicant pool, including promotions and lateral moves.
2020
In 2018, 40% of all open vacancies were filled through internal selections for job levels 3 and up, and 60% through external selections.
PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT:
Development discussion coverage 100%.
2020
By the end of 2018, altogether 96.1% of the company’s employees had completed development discussions.
DIVERSITY:
Increase the share of female employees to 20%
2020  In 2018, the share of female employees was 17%.
 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
SUPPLIER MONITORING:
Reach the following rating coverage of suppliers:
  • 96% of direct supplier spend rated
  • 70% of indirect supplier spend rated
  • 75% of local supplier spend rated.
2020 In 2018, Wärtsilä achieved its rating coverage targets. The rating coverage of direct global supplier spend was 97%, 77% of indirect supplier spend and 82% of local supplier spend. For the year 2018, the supplier rating target level for local suppliers was raised to 80% from the original 75%. Nevertheless, this target was also achieved.
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