Energy and emissions

Following the 2015 Paris climate agreement, Reply intends to demonstrate its full commitment to environmental sustainability, and for this reason Reply is committed to achieving:

  • Carbon Neutrality for its activities (Scope 1 and 2) by 2025;

  • Net Zero compared to its value chain (in all direct and indirect activities) by 2030.

To achieve the Net Zero goal, Reply is working on its emissions reduction program, which includes a series of actions to optimise the company's energy consumption. In addition, a plan of compensation interventions has been defined through certified offsetting projects.



The “per employee” data is calculated as the average of two consecutive years to mitigate the effects of abnormal events that may distort trends and cover the effect of the improvement actions taken.

Electricity from renewable sources

Reply has set itself the goal of switching to using 50% of electricity from renewable sources in all countries by 2025.

In 2022, almost half of the countries where Reply has offices were supplied with energy from renewable sources for more than 50% of total consumption. Compared to the total electricity consumption of the entire Group, 82% comes from renewable sources.

Reduce and monitor the impact of activities on the environment

Reply adopts the guidelines of the Environmental Policy to reduce and monitor the impact of business activities on the environment in offices where it does not own the property, and Reply has set itself the objective of introducing improvements relating to energy efficiency in all offices by 2030 (in Italy).

Emissions per employee (tCO2eq)


Green fleet

Reply is evolving towards a green fleet, with the target of 30% of hybrid/electric vehicles in 2025.
In 2022, the Reply fleet reached 17% of hybrid/electric vehicles. These are supported by special charging stations which are both publicly available near offices, and for some of the main offices, installed for Reply employees to use.

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Reply Forest

Reply created the Reply Forest to absorb CO2 and support reforestation. In 2022, the forest grew by 60%, reaching more than 1,600 trees that absorb 510.51 tons of CO2 per year.