CFE & horizon 2050
The European Council, which is composed of the Heads of State or Government of the EU member states, is aiming to make Europe climate-neutral by 2050. This target illustrates the growing importance of environmental challenges at all levels of society. The CFE Group shares this commitment and is already implementing various measures to achieve climate neutrality in the long term.
Reducing CO2 emissions
The issue of transporting materials and waste is crucial. Optimising these transport flows is the first tool that the CFE Group employs to reduce the carbon footprint of its projects. The synergies between our divisions and the use of cutting-edge planning tools make it possible to reduce the number of journeys, while our new-generation vessels (equipped with dual-fuel engines) and our vehicle fleet are becoming increasingly environmentally friendly. Employees are also encouraged to use sustainable means of transport.
Increasing energy efficiency is a key challenge on the road to climate neutrality. The CFE Group is well aware of this and ranks as a leading player in this area. Systematically opting for green or renewable energy wherever possible, on construction sites, on the water, in residential projects and in offices, is now a given within our group.
With projects such as installing offshore wind farms, the CFE Group can also claim a leading role in meeting the growing need for access to affordable, reliable and renewable energy. We also keep a close eye on other forms of renewable energy, such as the production, storage and transportation of green hydrogen, and we are engaged in various pioneering wind-to-hydrogen initiatives.
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Find out how CFE optimises the transport of materials thanks to a logistics platform (BCCC) and inland waterway transport
Find out how the CFE group is installing Belgium's largest offshore wind farm and develops renewable energy