EU Green Deal
In 2021, Q-Park started preparations to ensure we conform to the revised EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and to give sufficient consideration to climate risk by reflecting on our exposure to climate change and adhering to the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
This includes setting targets and objectives for the coming 5 to 10 years, and introducing a ‘double materiality perspective’, meaning that we will report on how sustainability issues affect our business and about how we impact people and the environment.
By the close of 2022, our CSR Programme will be signed off by management, enabling us to focus on relevant sustainability targets, and the associated risks and opportunities of climate change.
The following table shows a selection of KPIs related to our top 5 materiality topics. We will use the 2021 baseline for target setting, except for two KPIs which really demonstrate our ongoing commitment to sustainability for more than a decade.
Table 1 KPIs related to top 5 materiality topics
kWh consumed per O+LL PS
Percentage O+LL PFs kWh measured
Carbon footprint per PS
PFs offering PaSS platform
PFs offering online pre-booking
PFs offering public transport
PFs offering bicycle parking
PFs offering EV charging points
EV charging points
Car fleet EV cars
Employees receiving regular training
Employee training hours (average per year)
Work-related lost days