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Carbon Disclosure Project 2011 – Italy 100 Report


o More than 40% but less than or equal to 45%


o More than 45% but less than or equal to 50%


o More than 50% but less than or equal to 55%


o More than 55% but less than or equal to 60%


o More than 60% but less than or equal to 65%


o More than 65% but less than or equal to 70%


o More than 70% but less than or equal to 75%


o More than 75% but less than or equal to 80%


o More than 80% but less than or equal to 85%


o More than 85% but less than or equal to 90%


o More than 90% but less than or equal to 95%


o More than 95% but less than or equal to 100%


Q12.2: Please state how much fuel, electricity, heat, steam and cooling in MWh your organization has consumed during the reporting year • Energy type • MWh


Q12.3: Please complete the table by breaking down the total “Fuel” figure entered above by fuel type • Fuels • MWh


Emissions performance


Q13.1: How do your absolute emissions (Scope 1 and 2 combined) for the reporting year compare to the previous year? • Increased • Decreased • No change • This is our first year of estimation • We don’t have any emissions data


Q13.1a: Please complete the table • Reason • Emissions value (percentage) • Direction of change • Comment


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Q13.2: Please describe your gross combined Scope 1 and 2 emissions for the reporting year in metric tonnes CO2e per unit currency total revenue • Intensity figure • Metric numerator • Metric denominator • % change from the previous year • Direction of change from the previous year


• Explanation


Q13.3: Please describe your gross combined Scope 1 and 2 emissions for the reporting year in metric tonnes CO2e per full time equivalent (FTE) employee • Intensity figure • Metric numerator • Metric denominator • % change from the previous year • Direction of change from the previous year


• Explanation


Q13.4: Please provide an additional intensity (normalized) metric that is appropriate to your business operations • Intensity figure • Metric numerator • Metric denominator • % of change from the previous year • Direction of change from the previous year


• Explanation Emissions trading


Q14.1: Do you participate in any emissions trading schemes? • Yes • No, but we anticipate doing so in the next 2 years


• No, and we do not currently anticipate doing so in the next 2 years


Q14.1a: Please complete the following table for each of the emission trading schemes in which you participate. • Scheme name • Period for which data is supplied • Allowances allocated


• Allowances purchased • Verified emissions in metric tonnes CO2e


• Details of ownership


Q14.1b: What is your strategy for complying with the schemes in which you participate or anticipate participating?


Q14.2: Has your company originated any project-based carbon credits or purchased any within the reporting period? • Yes • No


Q14.2a: Please complete the table • Credit organization or credit purchase


• Project type • Project identification • Verified to which standard • Number of credits (metric tonnesCO2e)


• Number of credits (metric tonnes CO2): Risk adjusted volume


• Credits retired • Purpose, e.g. compliance


Scope 3 Emissions


Q15.1: Please provide data on sources of Scope 3 emissions that are relevant to your organization • Source of Scope 3 emissions • Metric tonnes CO2e • Methodology • If you cannot provide a figure for emissions, please describe them


Q15.2: Please indicate the verification/assurance status that applies to your Scope 3 emissions • No emissions data provided • Not verified or assured • Verification or assurance underway but not yet complete - first year it has taken place


• Verification or assurance underway but not yet complete - last year’s certificate attached


• Verification or assurance complete


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