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Environmental Conservation

Approach by Businesses Toward Environmental Conservationt Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The OKI Group proactively pursues green house gases reduction as a measure to reduce the impact on the environment.

Achievements in Fiscal 2016

Energy-Saving Efforts in the Business Activities

The OKI Group considers the maximization of energy consumption efficiency in the business activities and countermeasures against global warming as the critical issues to be addressed continuously in the future in order to achieve low-carbon societies. The Group is currently working on various energy-saving measures, including production efficiency improvement through improved facility operations and planned renovations of aged facilities (i.e. proactive introduction of energy-saving products).
The Group also participates in Keidanren's Commitment to a Low Carbon Society, which has been in full operation since fiscal 2013. The OKI Group will continue to promote proactive approaches in both areas of product/services and business activities with long-term perspectives.

Shift in the OKI Group energy consumption(value in crude oil equivalent) (*1)

  • *1 : Energy consumption (value in crude oil equivalent)
    Aggregated consumption amount of all energy types, including electricity, heavy oil and gas, converted to the consumption amount of crude oil

Reducing Environmental Impact of Physical Distribution

OKI Proserve, a company in charge of OKI's logistics operations, has promoted a modal shift since a very early stage in order to reduce CO2 emissions during transportation, while creating a data base of transportation information to aggregate the data required by the Energy Saving Law. In fiscal 2016, it achieved a reduction of 652t-CO2 emissions (a 9% decrease from the previous fiscal year) through the modal shift. CO2 emissions from all transportation activities were 6,153t-CO2 (a 4% decrease from the previous fiscal year).

CO2 Emissions form Transport Activities

Modal Shift Efforts
Site Transportation by truck Transportation Using JR Containers
Departure point Destination Distance(km) Departure point Destination Distance(km)
Hokkaido (Sapporo) Isesaki Sapporo 1,060 Kuragano Sapporo 1,158
Tohoku (Sendai) Isesaki Sendai 360 Kumagaya Sendai 385
Chubu (Nagoya) Isesaki Nagoya 400 Kuragano Nagoya 489
Kansai (Osaka) Isesaki Osaka 600 Kuragano Osaka 674
Chugoku (Hiroshima) Isesaki Hiroshima 915 Kuragano Hiroshima 1007
Shikoku (Takamatsu) Isesaki Takamatsu 730 Kuragano Takamatsu 914
Kyushu (Fukuoka) Isesaki Fukuoka 1,220 Kuragano Fukuoka 1,306

Energy used for trucking can be reduced to one-third through modal shift to rail transport.

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