INWIT rated “B” in CDP score report – Climate Change 2021
For the first time, the company reports its impact on climate change through CDP and obtains a score equal to B.
Ferigo (INWIT): “In our path towards carbon neutrality by 2025, we have the goal of 100% electricity from renewable sources starting from 2022”.
Rome, 07 December 2021 – the path towards sustainable business undertaken by INWIT takes another important step forward with the recognition, by the international non-profit organization CDP, of transparency in its commitment to climate change.
The first Italian Tower operator is among the more than 13,000 companies analyzed on the basis of information in terms of governance, impacts, risks and opportunities related to climate change. INWIT obtained a score equal to B, for which the governance and completeness of the reporting of its CO2 emissions are relevant.
For INWIT, the disclosure of its environmental data through the CDP Climate Change platform represents a component of its climate strategy launched over the past year, which also includes a transparent disclosure of its impacts.
The company has set the goal of carbon neutrality by 2025, and in line with the indications of the 2015 Paris Agreement and as reiterated in the COP26 – UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, which aim to keep global warming below 1.5 ° C, is committed to developing an overall target for the reduction of CO2 emissions.
“In our Sustainability Plan we have identified a series of coherent initiatives, starting with the creation of a Climate Change scenario analysis, to stimulate the company to develop a long-term strategic vision, which considers risks and opportunities associated with climate change – declared Giovanni Ferigo, CEO of INWIT -. On the path to achieving carbon neutrality by 2025, we have set ourselves the goal of 100% electricity from renewable sources starting from 2022 and we are committed to developing an overall target for reducing CO2 emissions in line with our commitments. of the Paris Agreement “.