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Green ICT survey

Green ICT survey

Public report for the banking sector in Luxembourg

Green Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a critical practice focused on minimizing environmental impact through efficient energy use, lower carbon emissions, and waste reduction in the ICT domain.

To gain a better understanding of the green ICT landscape in the banking sector, Deloitte, in cooperation with Luxembourg Bankers' Association (ABBL), launched a Green ICT survey in June 2023, targeting ABBL Category A members - credit institutions based in Luxembourg such as, universal banks, covered bond issuing banks and/or public banks.

The key objectives of this survey include evaluating green ICT maturity and capturing the current ICT CO2 footprint. This report provides insight into the priorities for the banking sector in terms of green ICT and highlights the support that banks require throughout their green ICT journey.

Green ICT survey framework and scope


The high-level scope of the Green ICT survey is divided into two key parts: green ICT maturity level and ICT CO2 emissions calculation. The following framework has been adopted for our survey:

The survey clearly shows how green ICT represents an essential part of the sustainability transformation.

Wonder how banks can effectively respond to their green ICT adoption priorities and seamlessly navigate their sustainable journeys?

Download the full report to explore all our green ICT survey findings and discover the steps banks can already take to become more sustainable today.


Dorine Petit | Manager

Mostapha Ramadan | Senior Manager  

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