Development of Sustainability Get Baltic: priorities, goals and results

As part of the EEX group, our concept of sustainability is inseparable from that of the group as a whole. We understand sustainability as the implementation of the transformation of the energy sector, ensuring a balance between environmental, social and economic goals, thus contributing to the creation of a climate-neutral economy.

We are guided by the principle that  of sustainability must be integrated into all our activities and processes. We therefore aim to contribute to the overall sustainability of the EEX group by making a contribution commensurate with the size and performance of our company.

Get Baltic contributes the implement  sustainable activities :

Environmental activities Social activities Governance activities
Empowering climate-neutral energy by reducing impact of activities to enviroment Creating an intelligent, sustainable organization Transparent and efficient exchange platform management and development


The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are relevant to our activities


Goal 8 Decent work and economic growth:

  • We actively take care of the safety and health of our employees
  • Creating an organizational culture based on respect for human rights
  • We invest in the professional and personal development of our employees
  • We ensure clear and transparent principles of employee remuneration

Goal 12 Responsible consumption and production:

  • We strive to apply not only qualitative, but also fair performance and sustainability criteria to business partners
  • We ensure responsible sorting and management of waste generated in operations

Goal 13 Combating climate change:

  • We assess the environmental impact of our activities, including plans to reduce these impacts
  • We use “green” energy in our activities and seek to electrify our existing car fleet

Get Baltic important sustainability issues

Get Baltic has assessed the overall assessment of the sustainability topics relevant to it, involving relevant stakeholders. In 2022 the survey was conducted at the beginning of the year, involved 19 respondents, including Get Baltic’s customers, employees, suppliers, business partners and managers.

The implementation of the principles of sustainable activities in the company is the responsibility of both the company’s management and each member of the team who contributes to change on their own initiative.

Get Baltic's long-term goals and results of sustainable activities

We aim to contribute to the long-term sustainability goals by 2030. Taking into account the specifics of Get Baltic’s activities.


Get Baltic Sustainability Directions

Relevant sustainable development goals

                     Long-term goal   2021 initiatives and results

Climate-neutral energy by reducing the environmental impact of activities

We did an assessment of GHG emissions and environmental impacts, reduce emissions and impacts by 2/3 by 2030
  • We performed an GHG inventory
  • We have started working on emission reduction plans
  • In 2021, we started the process of purchasing electric cars

Creating an intelligent, sustainable organization

  • Ensure 0 cases of human rights violations or discrimination
  • Aim for customer satisfaction index of at least 70%.
  • Aim for at least 70 percent, regarding the company as an open, innovative and sustainable organization for employees, producers, suppliers and consumers
  • In 2021, the company joined the Equal Opportunities Policy and identified ways to report possible cases of discrimination and human rights violations.
  • We conducted a GSCI customer satisfaction survey: the customer satisfaction index is high at 75 percent
  • Based on the comments received during the survey, we will develop a customer satisfaction plan
  • We conducted an employee engagement survey, employee engagement in the company – 100 percent
  • During 2021, additional benefits were provided to the company’s employees for 500 euros.
  • In 2021, 100 percent. employees have attended external training at least once

Transparent and efficient management and development of the exchange platform

  • Ensure 0 cases of corruption
  • We will adapt the structure of companies and motivational systems to promote innovation
  • Apply green criteria in ongoing public procurement
  • Aim for an index of good governance to be A +
  • In 2021, the company recorded 0 cases of corruption, and the anonymous hotline also received 0 reports of possible employee corruption.
  • Results of the employee corruption perception survey: what percentage of employees is 100% recognizes and 100% takes a negative view of corruption.
  • 100 percent. During the reporting period, 100% of employees participated in training on corruption prevention. inform the company’s employees where to turn if they notice corruption
  • In 2021, the company’s staff was recognized by the EPSO-G Innovation Committee and the Innovation Curator for not only the proposed but also the implemented innovation – the creation of a secondary transmission capacity trading platform for the Finnish market.
GHG emissions and reduction measures

In 2021, Get Baltic, together with other companies in the EPSO-G Group, conducted an GHG inventory in accordance with the international GHG Protocol methodology. During the inventory, direct (first level) and indirect (second level) greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the company’s activities and impacts were assessed. Scope 2 emissions are calculated using the market based approach.



  2020  2021 2030 goal
1 level emissions (Scope 1), kgCO2e 7717


6396 3217

1 level emissions (Scope 2), kgCO2e 4916


356 110
1 ir 2 levels emissions, kgCO2e 12633 


6752 3327 4295

Change compared to base year,%

(base year) 


– 46% -74% -6












The main sources of emissions are:

  • The use of diesel fuel in cars (Scope 1) accounts for 57.38% of total GHG emissions
  • Purchased electricity for own use (Scope 2) – 35.67% of total GHG emissions
  • The use of petrol in cars (Scope 1) accounts for 3.70% of total GHG emissions
  • Purchased heat energy for own use (Scope 2) – 3.24% of total GHG emissions

The main reasons for the reduction in emissions are the use of green energy in the company’s operations, lower energy consumption in offices due to the impact of COVID-19, as well as lower emissions from transport due to less frequent travel.

This year, Get Baltic is committed to developing and publishing long-term plans for reducing GHG emissions.

Sustainability management

The implementation of the principles of sustainable activities in the company is the responsibility of both the company’s management and each member of the team whom contributes to change on their own initiative.

Get Baltic is affiliated with and implements the following sustainability policies:

  • Sustainability policy
  • Occupational safety and health policy
  • Equal opportunities policy
  • Environmental policy
  • Transparency and communication policy
  • Corruption prevention policy
  • Remuneration, performance appraisal and education policy
  • Interest management policy
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