The monitoring of environmental impacts directly generated by Intesa Sanpaolo is ensured by the following Bank's departments: Corporate Social Responsibility with the Environmental Sustainability team, Real Estate Department, Safety and Protection Department.
The Environmental Sustainability team is coordinated by the Group’s Energy Manager, Elisa Dardanello, having the following duties:
periodically and thoroughly monitoring of the most significant impacts, especially related to energy; preparation of energy balance; formulation of guidelines to identify and suggest improvements in line with the best practices;
identification of optimisation activities, to ensure the reduction of energy consumption, raw materials and waste;
proposal of technologies, solutions and products with lower environmental impact, based on cost-benefit analysis, to increase eco-efficiency.
The Italian law n.10 of 09/01/2001 provides that the companies that consume more than 1,000 tons of oil equivalent (toe) per year (roughly, in the service sector, companies with more than 500 employees) have to appoint an Energy Manager who should provide, among other things, energy data for the consumption annual reporting to be sent by 30/04 to the Ministry of Economic Development. For this purpose, appropriate communication has been prepared for 2015, of which an extract is attached (PDF - 29 Kb Italian version)
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Intesa Sanpaolo actively participates in several working groups and associations active on environmental issues:
Constant monitoring of energy markets, the definition of best practices for energy efficiency and environmental impact assessment have become, over time, an essential tool to ensure the continuity and sustainability of banking services. For this reason, ABI Lab has decided to group all the activities related to energy issues within ABI Energia, Energy and Environment Competence Center for the Bank, where Intesa Sanpaolo participates in various working groups.
Intesa Sanpaolo is also a member of FIRE, the Italian federation representing all the Energy Managers and companies that apply energy efficiency measures.
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