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Environmental commitment

At Ayvens, we believe that acting responsibly is the key to our future. And we also believe that, by being part of the solution to the problems our world is facing – from climate change to inequality and beyond – we can bring benefits to all our stakeholders.

Global approach

We’re committed to a holistic, global approach to tackling environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues – all founded on four sustainability pillars. In other words, these pillars make up the four-wheel drive system that powers everything we do.

Shape the future of sustainable mobility, with a full suite of client solutions

We’re on a mission to decarbonise mobility. In fact, it’s what gives us our licence to operate. Ayvens is leading the charge towards sustainable mobility, bringing low-emission solutions to more customers than ever before. Our goal is for 50% of our new car deliveries to be electric vehicles (EVs) by 2026, with battery EVs (BEVs) alone making up 40%. And as we work to realise those targets, we’ll use our wider portfolio of services – multi-mobility, mobility as a service (MaaS), consultancy and more – to expand the reach of other, less car-centric, low-emission mobility solutions.

Act across our value chain to benefit the environment and the community

Thanks to out global reach, expanding business model and unique position as a sustainable mobility leader, we can make a positive end-to-end impact all along our value chain. We're determined to reduce the negative impact of our operations, lowering our carbon footprint across Scopes 1,2 and 3 at a pace in line with the Net-Zero 2050 climate scenario, starting with a 20% reduction in overall emissions (versus our 2019 baseline) by 2030. Alongside this, we'll focus on ensuring responsible procurement, improving circularity in our maintenance and repair activities and living up to our societal commitment.

Behave responsibly, internally and with external stakeholders

As a listed and ECB-regulated industry leader, we take our responsibilities very seriously: ESG drives everything we do. Ayvens is committed to complying with external regulatory requirements and managing risk (including credit, residual value and asset and liability management risk) in a responsible and effective way, so we can keep delivering sustainable value to all our stakeholders, including the planet. We have a robust governance framework, supported the best-in-class policies and resources of our parent organisation, Societe Generale group. Our target is for 100% of our clients and suppliers to be covered under our KYC/KYS assessments by 2030.

Be a supportive and responsible employer

At Ayvens, we recognise that our people are our greatest asset and our most valuable resource. They drive our success, and we in turn take care to put their well-being first. Among other things, we ensure an engaging employee experience, offer exciting development opportunities and foster a diverse and inclusive culture (including by setting ourselves the goal of ensuring women make up 35% of Ayvens' management bodies by 2030). In short, we work continuously to provide a great experience for everyone, no matter who or where they are. It’s all part of our commitment to having a positive social impact.


Our ESG commitments

Key 2026 sustainability targets at a glance.

50% *

EV share of our new car deliveries.

vs 28% * in 2022. Passenger cars & funded fleet only, in EU, UK, NO, CH

< 90 g/CO2/km

CO2 emissions from our running fleet.

vs 112 g/CO2/km in 2022.


Internal CO2 emissions.

vs 2019. *Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 limited to business travel, paper and waste.

Our SBTi net-zero commitment

As a responsible business, we act to accelerate progress towards a net-zero carbon future. That includes setting robust emissions reduction targets at the pace and scale required by climate science. We’re proud to be part of the Business Ambition for 1.5°C campaign: the world’s largest and fastest-growing group of companies that are aligning with 1.5°C by helping to halve global emissions by 2030.

This campaign is led by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) – which defines and promotes best practices in science-based target setting and independently assesses companies’ targets – in collaboration with CDP, the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).

Following our parent's lead

Ayvens is proud to be a subsidiary of Societe Generale group – and we’re committed to following in the footsteps of the ESG example set by our parent. Across all our entities, we commit to applying the agreements and charters signed by Societe Generale group. This helps us ensure the very highest standards of integrity and behaviour, stand up for fundamental rights and freedom of association and create a safe, respectful, diverse and inclusive work environment for all our colleagues around the world.

Greener mobility, fleet by fleet

Sooner or later, every fleet manager reaches a fork in the road: switch to electric, or stick to the familiar path? At Ayvens, we believe sustainable mobility should be the easy choice for all our corporate clients. Here’s how we make fleet electrification a breeze.

Advising our clients about the greenest way

Electrification as #1 fleet strategy topic for 94% of corporates

2026 targets:


Of new contracts will be EV by 2026.

*Passenger cars and funded fleet only, in EU, UK, Norway and Switzerland.


Of new contracts will be BEV by 2026.

Making it simple to choose electric

Providing end-to-end solutions & venture into the charging ecoystem
eMSP scope

2026 targets:


Quadruple use of our full bundled electric product.

400 k

Drivers connected to our eMSP joint venture with ChargePoint.

Going beyond electrification and into MaaS

Providing flexible, multimodal travel options to all our corporate clients

Helping clients move from Car to Mobility through our end-to-end multimodal solution.

2026 targets:



200 k

Users by 2026.

ESG ratings and awards

The mobility sector has a strong impact, and therefore a particular responsibility when it comes to climate change. As a leader in the mobility industry, we are committed to ensuring that our business activities have a positive impact on society. We attribute significant importance to being evaluated by third parties every year, as proof of our lasting environmental commitment.

ISS ESG Corporate Ratings

This achievement recognises our sustainability performance in fulfilling ISS ESG's ambitious requirements based on more than 100 criteria selected specifically for our industry.


'Platinum' status Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, UK.

'Gold' status ALD Group, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, The Netherlands, Romania, Serbia, Turkey.

'Silver' status Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Slovakia, Ukraine.

Moody's ESG