Data Overview

Power production

By primary energy source

 

TWh

Natural gas

73

Coal

31.2

Nuclear

13.6

Hydro

11

Lignite

9.7

Renewables1

0.2

Total

138.7

1Figures include production from non-material wind and solar assets (aggregated installed capacity 95 MW).

 

Natural Gas Consumption

By country1

 

Billion m3

Germany

0.3

Hungary

0.3

Netherlands

0.3

Russia

11.9

Sweden

0.1

United Kingdom

2.1

1Figures do not include power plants in Langerlo, Belgium (sold in January 2016). Our power plant in Vilvorde, Belgium, consumed 1,020,337 m3 natural gas in 2016 (in strategic reserve and not operational).

Coal/lignite consumption

By country

 

Million tonnes

France

1.1

Germany

  5.2

Netherlands

4.3

Russia1

4.5

United Kingdom

0.5

1Only lignite.

 

Direct CO2 Emissions1

Greenhouse Gas Protocol Scope 1 (including Russia)

Metric tons

From stationary
combustion

72,681,715

From mobile sources

34,575

Fugitive emissions

6,763

process emissions

4,021

Total

72,727,074

1These figures include emissions from consolidated and nonconsolidated generation assets over which Uniper has operational control.

Indirect CO2-Emissions1

Greenhouse Gas Protocol Scope 2

Location-based method (including Russia)

 

Metric tons

Indirect emissions from purchased electricity

208,342

Indirect emissions from heat and cooling

2,946

Total

211,288

Market-based method (including Russia)

Indirect emissions from purchased electricity

277,089

Indirect emissions from heat and cooling

2,946

Total

280,035 

1These figures include emissions from consolidated and nonconsolidated generation assets over which Uniper has operational control.

 

Scope-1- and Scope-2-Emissions

Overview of Scope-1- and Scope-2-Emissions by Company and Country

Company
Metric tons

Country

Scope-1-Emissions

Scope-2-Emissions
location-based method

Scope-2-Emissions
market-based method

Uniper Kraftwerke GmbH

Germany

18,435,818.10

62,710.68

99,195.28

Uniper UK Limited

United Kingdom

8,448,128.24

100,692.92

118,045.35

Sydkraft Thermal Power AB

Sweden

229,034.64

1,145.49

2,204.70

Sydkraft Hydropower AB

Sweden

Uniper Benelux N.V.

Netherlands

11,311,937.11

32,113.41

46,284.52

Uniper France Power

France

4,252,552.00

7,110.52

4,486.51

Uniper Hungary Energetikai Kft.

Hungary

561,340.59

1,062.90

1,255.61

OKG

Sweden

1,730.40

Unipro

Russia

29,435,648.37

327.22

322.26

Others1

Germany, United Kingdom, Austria

50,885.01

6,114.32

8,233.97

1Other includes Uniper gas-storage facilities owned in Germany and the United Kingdom. It includes also gas-storage facilities operated in Austria.
11.1 t CO2e indirect Emissions (Scope 2) from our wind- and solar-power facilities in France (95 MW) have not been included.

 

Significant Air Emissions1

Includes NOx (nitrogen oxides), SO2 (sulfur dioxides), and particulate emissions

Metric tons

DE

FR

GB

HU2

NL

RU

SE3

Total

NOx-Emissions

11,578

2,667

6,368

118

3,162

43,475

59

67,427

SO2-Emissions

7,302

1,736

2,125

n/a

2,524

8,273

7

21,967

Particulate emissions

203

95

80

n/a

66

1,559

1

2,004

1Figures only include fully consolidated thermal power stations.
2Our only consolidated power plant in Hungary is gas-fired; its SO2 and particulate emissions are not material and are therefore not included.
3We did not operate steam power plants in Sweden in 2016, only a number of combined-cycle gas turbines.

 

Hazardous and Nonhazardous Operational Waste1, 2, 3

Total hazardous and nonhazardous waste, differentiating between disposal and recovery

Metric tons

DE

FR

GB

HU

NL

RU

SE

Total

Hazardous operational
waste disposed

1,085

331

798

2

4,904

138,052

125

145,294

Hazardous operational
waste recovered

439

170

1,015

12

88

3,867

69

5,660

Nonhazardous
operational waste
disposed

518

1,203

3,177

12

270

6,545

131

11,856

Nonhazardous
operational waste
recovered

12,467

379

6,930

3

595

2,332

1,201

23,907

1Figures include fully consolidated thermal power stations, hydroelectric power stations and nuclear power stations.
2Figures only include operational waste. Project-related waste was not included in 2016.
3Waste is categorized in hazardous/non-hazardous waste as defined by national legislation at the point of waste generation.

 

Ash, Slag, and Gypsum (Total)1  

Ash, slag, and gypsum by outcome and country, differentiating between disposal, recovery, and by-products

 

Metric tons

Disposed

190,971

Recovered

385,901

As by-products

2,464,380

Total

3,041,252

1Figures only include fully consolidated thermal power stations.

 

Ash, Slag, and Gypsum (Broken Down)1

Ash, slag, and gypsum by region, differentiating between disposal, recovery, and by-products

Metric tons

DE

FR

GB

NL

RU

Total

Ash disposed

21,100

138,158

159,258

Slag disposed

19,700

12,013

31,713

Gypsum disposed

Ash recovered

11,390

219,996

14,883

246,269

Slag recovered

29,150

7,864

2,933

39,947

Gypsum recovered

2,860

38,925

57,900

99,685

Ash by-product

816,470

217,400

371,000

1,404,870

Slag by-product

96,220

22,600

83,000

201,820

Gypsum by-product

664,690

193,000

857,690

Total

1,620,780

266,785

353,583

647,000

153,104

3,041,252

1Figures only include fully consolidated thermal power stations.

Water Withdrawal for Cooling1

Fresh groundwater, municipal water, fresh surface water, rainwater, and seawater

m3

DE

GB

HU

NL

RU

SE

Total

Fresh
groundwater

97,105

97,105

Municipal
water

11,498,009

1,050

11,499,059

Fresh surface
water

288,422,042

51,640,201

201,223,339

110,368,074

328,739,079

980,392,735

Rainwater

37,700

37,700

Seawater

531,943,436

476,880,389

2,192,179,354

2,243,424,024

5,44,427,203 

Sum

831,998,292

528,520,590

201,223,339

2,302,547,428

328,739,079

2,243,425,074

6,436,453,802

1Figures only include fully consolidated thermal power stations and nuclear power stations.
The table does not include figures from France. Our power station there (Emile Huchet) has a special cooling system for which water is not classified as cooling water. Nevertheless, we report our water withdrawal there because we consider it relevant from a country perspective (2016: 14,036,797 cubic meters).

Health and Safety1

Key safety figures for Uniper employees and contractors

 

Uniper Employees

Uniper Contractors

Fatalities

0

1

Lost time incidents

18

29

Total recordable incidents

27

40

First aid cases

226

153

Near misses

328

280

1Figures include reported accidents in Russia.
Fatality: Any work related injury of an employee or contractor that results in a loss of life, with no time limit between the date of the incident and the date of death.
Lost Time Injury: A work related injury or illness which causes a person to be absent from work any day after the day of occurrence of the incident.
Lost Days: The number of calendar days the person was away from work as a result of the recordable injury or illness. Does not include the day on which the injury or illness occurred.
First Aid Cases: A work related injury that only requires self-administered treatment or the assistance of a first aider.
Near Miss: An unplanned event caused by unsafe acts and unsafe conditions with the potential for injury, damage, or loss.

 

Environmental Incidents1

Environmental incidents by level 0 to 4

 

Number

Level 3

0

Level 2

1 (Berezovskaya)

Level 1

44

Level 0

88

1Figures include reported accidents in Russia.
Level 3: Severe impact beyond site which is reversible within years or irreversible. Significant breach involving investigation or report to authorities with prosecution, regulatory sanction, or fine. Release of (hazardous) substance to soil or water without being contained. Substancial, long term or irreversible pollution (> 1000 l), requiring external support. Long term or irreversible charge in ecosystem with loss of habitat or species.
Level 2: Impact beyond site which is reversible within a short time frame. Non-compliance or breach of regulation. Involvement of authorities. Multiple breaches of internal controls. Release of (hazardous) substance to soil or water without being contained. Moderate, reversible pollution (100 – 1000 l), requiring external support. Moderate short term impact on ecosystem, reversible in the time-frame of months.
Level 1: Local impact (within site) which is reversible within a short time frame. Low level legal issue. Release of (hazardous) substance to soil or water without being contained. Minor local pollution (< 100 l) which may be resolved by own resources. Minor ecological impact which can be quickly reversed.
Level 0: No impact on environment or release was contained. Breach of internal controls, but with limited impact.

Total Number of Employees

By employment contract and gender

Employee structure

Male

Female

Total

Managing directors/board members

30

4

34

Permanent staff

9,218

2,822

12,040

Temporary staff

375

220

595

Interns/Work-study students

35

21

56

Apprentices

232

32

264

Total

9,890

3,099

12,989

Permanent Staff

By type of employment and gender

Employee structure

Male

Female

Total

Part-time

386

424

810

Full-time

8,832

2,398

11,230

Total

9,218

2,822

12,040

Total Number of Employees

By country of employment and gender

Country of employment

Male

Female

Total

Aserbaidschan

1

0

1

Belgium

15

14

29

Czech Republic

84 15 99

France

369

105

474

Germany

3,834

996

4,830

Hungary

26

3

29

Netherlands

427

109

536

Russia

3,345

1,423

4,768

Singapore

2

0

2

Sweden

923

249

1.172

United Arab Emirates

9

6

15

United Kingdom

828

173

1,001

USA

27

6

33

Total

9,890

3,099

12,989

Percentage of Total Employees Covered by Collective Bargaining Agreements

%

Share pay scale employees

73.1

New Hires from External Market

By age range and gender

Age range

Male

Female

Total

< 21

93

26

119

21 – 30

308

141

449

31 – 40

196

130

326

41 – 50

107

63

170

51 – 60

75

48

123

> 60

23

6

29

Total

802

414

1,216

Share of New Hires from External Market

By gender and age range

 

           %

Age range

Male

Female

< 21

78.2

21.8

21 – 30

68.6

31.4

31 – 40

60.1

39.9

41 – 50

62.9

37.1

51 – 60

61

39

> 60

79.3

20.7

Total

66

34

Share of New Hires from External Market

By age range

Age range

Share (%)

< 21

9.8

21 – 30

36.9

31 – 40

26.8

41 – 50

14

51 – 60

10.1

> 60

2.4

New Hires from External Market

By country of employment and gender

Country of Employment

Male

Female

Total

Belgium

1

3

4

Czech Republic

7

0

7

France

18

13

31

Germany

280

128

408

Hungary

3

1

4

Netherlands

20

2

22

Russia

373

234

607

Sweden

39

18

57

United Kingdom

50

13

63

USA

11

2

13

Total

802

414

1,216

Share of New Hires from External Market

By gender and country of employment

 

%

Country of employment

Male

Female

Belgium

25

75

Czech Republic

100

0

France

58.1

41.9

Germany

68.6

31.4

Hungary

75

25

Netherlands

90.9

9.1

Russia

61.4

38.6

Sweden

68.4

31.6

United Kingdom

79.4

20.6

USA

84.6

15.4

Total

66

34

Share of New Hires from External Market

By county of employment

Country of employment

Share (%)

Belgium

0.3

Czech Republic

0.6

France

2.5

Germany

33.6

Hungary

0.3

Netherlands

1.8

Russia

49.9

Sweden

4.7

United Kingdom

5.2

USA

1.1

Voluntary Leavers

By country of employment and gender

Country of employment

Male

Female

Total

Belgium

3

0

3

France

3

2

5

Germany

119

42

161

Netherlands

22

4

26

Russia

143

60

203

Sweden

60

11

71

United Kingdom

40

14

54

USA

1

1

2

Total

391

134

525

Voluntary Leavers

By age range and gender

Age range

Male

Female

Total

< 21

6

2

8

21 – 30

97

30

127

31 – 40

117

26

143

41 – 50

74

21

95

51 – 60

81

53

134

> 60

16

2

18

Total

391

134

525

Fluctuation Rate1

By country of employment

Country of employment

Fluctuation (%)

Belgium

5.4

Czech Republic

3.3

France

1

Germany

3.3

Hungary

1.8

Netherlands

4.7

Russia

4.2

Sweden

5.9

United Kingdom

5.3

USA

5.5

Total

4

1Fluctuation Rate = Voluntary Leavers / Average Headcount 2016.

Fluctuation Rate1

By age range

Age range

Fluctuation (%)

< 21

3.3

21 – 30

7.2

31 – 40

4.5

41 – 50

2.4

51 – 60

3.7

> 60

3.9

Total

4

1Fluctuation Rate = Voluntary Leavers / Average Headcount 2016.

Fluctuation Rate1

By gender

Gender

Fluctuation (%)

Male

3.9

Female

4.2

Total

4

1Fluctuation Rate = Voluntary Leavers / Average Headcount 2016.

 

Voluntary and Non-Voluntary Leavers

By age range and length of tenure

Age range

Leavers1

Average duration of employment (years)

< 21

8

3.3

21 – 30

136

3.8

31 – 40

179

7.3

41 – 50

124

12.7

51 – 60

172

20.1

> 60

19

20

Total

638

9.6

1Numbers reflect voluntary (termination of contract by employee) and non-voluntary leavers (termination of contract by employer). Retirement as well as transfers within the group are not reflected.

Voluntary and Non-Voluntary Leavers

By gender and length of tenure

Gender

Leavers1

Average duration of employment (years)

Male

461

9.7

Female

177

9.1

Total

638

9.6

1Numbers reflect voluntary (termination of contract by employee) and non-voluntary leavers (termination of contract by employer). Retirement as well as transfers within the group are not reflected.

 

Number of employees

By nationality

Afghanistan

1

Albania

2

Argentina

1

Australia

4

Austria

18

Azerbaijan

3

Belgium

33

Bolivia

1

Bosnia-Herzegovina

3

Brazil

2

Bulgaria

10

Cameroon

3

Canada

2

Chile

1

China

8

Columbia

3

Croatia

4

Czech Republic

102

Denmark

2

Finland

2

France

489

Germany

4,419

Greece

5

Hungary

45

India

15

Iran

6

Iraq

1

Ireland

14

Italia

51

Japan

3

Kazakhstan

2

Kenya

1

Kosovo

1

Malaysia

2

Mexico

4

Morocco

4

Netherlands

558

Niger

2

Nigeria

4

Norway

5

Pakistan

4

Poland

14

Portugal

5

Rumania

12

Russia

4,786

Saudi Arabia

1

Serbia

1

Singapore

1

Slovakia

4

South Africa

1

South Korea

1

Spain

38

Sweden

1,188

Switzerland

1

Turkey

17

Uganda

1

Ukraine

5

United Arab Emirates

2

United Kingdom

1,025

USA

43

Uruguay

1

Uzbekistan

1

Vietnam

1

Total

12,989