Fleet of climate-neutral vehicles
Further measures are contributing to halving the CO2 footprint for mobility. Thanks to optimisations made in field and customer services, fewer vehicles are in use. The traditional drives will continue to be optimised and energy-efficient models procured. Procurement criteria such as efficiency category and CO2 emissions are being given more weighting. In 2022, 89.1% of the vehicle fleet was assigned to energy efficiency categories A and B. Electrically operated vehicles also belong to these two categories. The passenger vehicles fleet produces average CO2 emissions of 127 grammes per kilometre, our commercial vehicles 248 grammes per kilometre (including vehicles with electric drives). Historically, these values used to be stated on the basis of the manufacturer’s specifications according to the NEDC standard. This standard was recently replaced by the new WLTP method. From the reporting year onwards, Swisscom therefore now states the effective emission values, as there is an overlap between the manufacturer specifications according to NEDC (older vehicles) and WLTP (newer vehicles). A direct comparison with the previous year’s values is therefore not possible (see “Environmental key figures in Switzerland”).
|Share of vehicles in energy efficiency class A and B||89.1%|
|Average CO2 emissions of passenger cars||127 g/km|
|Average CO2 emissions of commercial vehicles||248 g/km|