Currently, Thyssengas overwhelmingly transports fossil natural gas.
Nevertheless, we are highly conscious of the challenging targets of the “Energy Transition” and feel a shared responsibility to contribute to their achievement.
Thyssengas sees itself as obliged to play an active role in shaping this process. We stand by the goals of the Paris Climate Accord and firmly intend to work towards the transformation of our current energy supply system to achieve full carbon neutrality. We thus wish to make a contribution of our own to achieving the fixed CO₂ reduction goals and thus ensuring the German economy reaches climate neutrality by 2050.
For us, sustainability means more than reducing emissions. We pursue a very broad sustainability approach across all departments, covering topics such as mobility, ecology, health and safety, workplace culture, social engagement, compliance, business ethics, resilience and future-proofing.
In this context, this is what sustainability means for Thyssengas:
- social responsibility, which we accept as a component of our corporate strategy;
- achieving balance between the economic, social and ecological demands we make of our business activity; and
- harmonising our action with
- the demands of energy policy, namely security of supply, environmental sustainability and economic viability
- the goals of the German Energy Act (EnWG) of achieving the most secure, cost-effective, user-friendly, efficient and sustainable network-based public supply of electricity, gas and, in the future, hydrogen, with increasing reliance on renewable energy.