Semco Maritime presents ambitious targets within the three focus areas and aims for carbon neutrality in scope 1 and 2 as early as 2023 and full carbon neutrality latest by 2050.
Progress within the three strategic focus areas will be ensured on the back of more than 40 years of experience in the offshore energy industry and more than 20 years of pioneer work in the renewables space. Semco Maritime has a wealth of knowledge and expertise, which is brought into play in the transition to a low-carbon future.
“Climate change is a major challenge of our time, and Semco Maritime has an important role to play in the green energy transition based on our 40 years of energy experience. We are committed to making a positive difference for people and planet. Based on existing initiatives, we are ready to take important steps towards a more sustainable business,” says Steen Brødbæk, CEO.
Carbon neutral latest by 2050Decarbonisation is a key element of the new sustainability strategy. Based on an in-depth analysis of the company’s scope 1, 2 and 3 carbon emissions conducted in 2021, Semco Maritime has defined ambitious climate targets and outlined a road map leading to carbon neutrality in own operations and the supply chain latest by 2050.
The road map focuses on activities within three important areas:
- Reducing of the Semco Maritime’s own carbon emissions
- Working with the supply chain on shared carbon reduction goals
- Leading suppliers through the green transition and sharing the risks of innovation
Semco Maritime aims to ensure carbon neutrality in scope 1 and 2 by 2023 and carbon neutrality for the company’s own activities by 2030.
The new sustainability strategy ensures alignment with expectations of the industry, major customers and other stakeholders. Semco Maritime contributes to the shared sustainability journey with innovation and digitalisation, enabling the development of more sustainable solutions for customers.
Read more about Semco Maritime’s new strategy, the three focus areas and targets in the Sustainability report 2021