First time for everything

2022 was a year of firsts for Easee; full of good initiatives that will lay the foundations for years to come. We conducted our first materiality assessment, our first greenhouse gas report and the first life cycle assessment of our charger.

As if that wasn’t enough, external stakeholder dialogues helped us understand how we are percieved as a sustainability player. We know sustainability isn’t a solo run and good collaboration is key.

“We want to make a tangible difference in the fight against climate change and work towards a more sustainable future for all.”

Jonas Helmikstøl,
Founder and Chief Caretaker, Easee

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“We have zero tolerance for human rights violations and corruption. The Whistleblowing platform is a tool to ensure that supplier workers can provide feedback without the fear of retaliation.”

Rigmor Haga,
Sustainability Director, Easee

A positive workplace

In Easee, all employees work actively to become the best version of themselves. We believe this is a recipe for creating a positive workplace with inspired employees who have an inner drive and look forward to coming to work each day.

Long lasting products that reduce the need for grid expansion

Easee aspires to become climate positive. What do we mean by this?

  • We play our part in accelerating the green transition through benefits of electrification and smart energy use.
  • We focus on reducing our footprint.
  • We reduce the need for grid expansion and thereby preserve the natural environment.
  • We support the transition to a circular economy.
  • Our products are efficient and built to last.

“Minerals are often tied to a range of different risks. In 2023, we will increase our focus on minerals by creating the Easee minerals policy and roadmap.”

Ida Lifred Ludvigsson,
Circular Design Engineer, Easee

A view to collaborate

Supply chains in the electronics industry are complex. Easee is a member of​ the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) – the world’s largest industry coalitions dedicated to corporate responsibility​ in these types of supply chains.

To increase our supply chain transparency, we use RBA and RMI platforms to engage our suppliers to report on their due diligence and share information on any findings. We also use RBA’s whistleblowing platform where workers can provide feedback without fear of retaliation.

We have an ongoing process to connect with all our suppliers that are RBA members. 45% have accepted our request so far.​

“The external stakeholder dialogue shows we are considered to be a serious sustainability player, with high ambitions which are embedded in the Company and its culture.”

Riikka Tonstad,
Supply Chain Impact Manager, Easee

Take a deeper dive

For more in-depth information about our assessments, collaborations and strategies, please see our full Impact Report.