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CO2 savings by customers thanks to sustainable ICT services
Private households reduce CO2 emissions when they replace physical media such as CDs, DVDs and magazines with digital products. E-shopping eliminates the need to make trips to brick-and-mortar stores and reduces the energy required to maintain the sales outlets.See
Sustainable ICT services for business customers
- ICT solutions for buildings: Optimising energy consumption and reducing CO2
- ICT solutions for mobility: Optimising and managing mobility and the corresponding impact on the environment
- Data centre services: Outsourcing and virtualising servers in efficient data centres to optimise energy consumption
- Dematerialisation: Reducing the use of paper through solutions for paper-saving printing and working without paper
- Home office: Home office and mobile working solutions to reduce business travel
- Virtual conferences: Solutions for efficient workplaces in order to reduce business travel
In 2016, Swisscom distinguished 42 sustainable ICT services with the “Together we can increase sustainability” label introduced in 2015.See
The label designates sustainable products and services that help companies save energy and resources or improve the work-life balance and satisfaction of their employees. A list of the relevant products can be found on the Internet.
Sustainable ICT services for residential customers
- Smart energy: The subsidiary Swisscom Energy Solutions Ltd has launched the tiko service, which allows residential customers to control their heat pumps, electric heating systems and boilers remotely and immediately alerts them in the event of any problems. tiko also compares the energy efficiency of heating systems in homes and businesses, and is free of charge for residential customers of Swisscom. It also aims to recover balancing energy within the Swiss energy market that can be used to offset fluctuations in demand by creating the largest possible pool of heat pumps and electric heating systems. This pool will allow significantly more renewable energy from energy sources such as wind and sun to be incorporated in the power supply and, in doing so, stabilise the power network.
- Data centre services: The Docsafe data centre service allows residential customers to securely store all their documents in their own personal cloud on Swiss servers. The documents can then be managed, accessed from anywhere in the world and shared in encrypted format via computer, tablet or mobile phone.
- Dematerialisation thanks to online billing: Online bills are an attractive and environmentally friendly alternative to paper bills. The share of customers who opted to receive their bill online rose from 25% in 2015 to 31.5% as of the end of 2016. In its communications with customers, Swisscom alludes to the fact that online billing not only benefits the environment, but also saves the customer time and money.