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Patria's energy consumption 2021

Patria Group’s indirect energy consumption consists of electricity and thermal energy consumption, with direct primary energy consumption deriving from fuel consumption by aircraft, vehicles, gas turbines and diesel engines.

Thermal energy and electricity consumption

The weather-normalised thermal energy consumption of properties managed by Patria and Millog increased by 4.5% in 2021. The thermal energy consumption of Patria’s own operations decreased by 3.3% compared to the previous year. Specific heat consumption, which defines energy consumption in proportion to the number of heated building cubic metres, decreased in Patria’s own operations by 3.3%. Number for Millog could not be calculated as cubic meters in Millog’s buildings was not known. In 2021, Patria and Millog’s electricity consumption decreased by 7.3% compared to 2020. Electricity consumption of Patria’s own operations fell by 3.5%. Specific electric energy consumption, which defines energy consumption in proportion to the number of electrified building cubic metres, decreased by 10% in Patria’s own operations. Number for Millog could not be calculated as cubic meters in Millog’s buildings was not known.

More information in Patria's Sustainability Report 2021