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Facts and figures

per cent electricity from renewable sources

Trees planted at Racks4Roots

per cent of our car parks are equipped with charging stations for electric vehicles

per cent of our employees cycle to work

Our employees save1.3 tonnes of
CO2 per year by working from home

from our photovoltaic system on the roof

Planting trees with Racks4Roots in the regional protection forest

Together with our long-standing data centre partner EMC HomeOfData and 42 other companies, we plant one tree per rack in the data centre in regional conservation forests in our region every year.

The joint commitment will be reflected in 11,761 trees after planting in 2023. Thanks to Racks4Roots, around 50,000 square metres of forest can be replanted in the selected protected forest at Spitzingsee.

With Racks4Roots, we don't plant just anywhere. We plant where it is needed: in selected protection forests that are currently unable to sustain themselves and in close cooperation with the experts from the Schutzgemeinschaft Deutscher Wald Bayern e.V. (Bavarian Forest Protection Association).


Refuelling during working hours?

20% of our car parks are equipped with charging stations

Why not? Our team parks and refuels their e-vehicles free of charge in our underground car park. Our company cars are also electric or at least hybrid vehicles.

With the charging stations for electric vehicles, we as a company want to promote the use of electric vehicles, which in turn helps to reduce emissions and protect the environment. We see this as part of our social responsibility. It's a win-win situation for us, our customers and future generations.

SpaceNet promotes the JobRad concept

To the office with the JobRad

JobRad is an innovative leasing concept for bicycles. Employees can lease bicycles through their company, which contributes to more sustainable and environmentally friendly mobility.

  • Reduction of CO2emissions
  • Reduction of road traffic
  • Promotion of health and fitness
  • Conservation of resources
  • Promotion of sustainable urbanisation
ImprovedCO2 balance

Our flexible home office arrangement savesCO2

We have realised that the productivity of our teams is just as high when they work together from home.

That's why we have decided in favour of a flexible home office arrangement. As a result, our employees enjoy an improved work-life balance and we contribute to reducingCO2 emissions* by having fewer people commute.

* In a scenario analysis, the Institute for Futures Studies and Technology Assessment calculated that five million tonnes of CO₂ could be saved if 40% of employees worked from home two days a week.

200 GW of electricity from own generation

The PV system on the roof saves ...

By utilising sunlight as a renewable energy source, we reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, cut energy costs and can do our part to protect the environment. We are thus reducing the ecological footprint for our company and our employees. We are also reducing our dependence on rising energy prices and can feed surplus energy into the grid to generate additional income. Our PV system is low-maintenance and has a long service life.

100% electricity from renewable energy

Data centres are at the heart of modern technology and process enormous amounts of data. The use of green electricity significantly reduces the ecological footprint of these facilities.

By switching to renewable energies such as solar, wind and water, we have not only lowered operating costs for you and ourselves, but also reduced our dependence on fossil fuels. In addition, the use of green electricity sends a positive signal to your customers and stakeholders by showing your responsibility for the environment.

Using green electricity in data centres makes economic and environmental sense and is a step towards a sustainable and environmentally friendly digital future.

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