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Enel Green Power and Criotec put a freeze on carbon emissions

Enel Green Power and Criotec put a freeze on carbon emissions

Kudos to Criotec - a Mexican refrigeration company - for being the world’s first company sporting Enel Green Power’s very own quality certificate: the “Green Label”. It’s a nifty way for businesses to testify their commitment to sustainability and reliance on EGP’s green energy.


A fresh take on sustainable business

Around the world, more and more business and retail clients are factoring sustainability in their purchase choices, and businesses are responding by implementing carbon-neutral manufacturing and energy procurement strategies. So, the easiest way to make this choice known to both stakeholders and customers is by using a label and since this is powered by Enel Green Power, we called it the “Green Label” and the remaining part of the text is quite self-explanatory: 100% Green Energy.

As soon as the Green Label program was rolled out, EGP secured an agreement with its first client. Criotec is a Mexican firm, located in the northern industrial city of Monterrey, specializing in engineering and manufacturing world-class cooling solutions. As the company pushed through an aggressive sustainability program, it was looking for a world-class partner to supply its operations with renewable energy. Under a 10-year long Power Purchase Agreement signed in 2017, Enel Green Power would supply Criotec with a yearly supply worth 5,3 GWh from the 200 MW Dominica wind farm in the state of San Luis Potosi.

  • Trees planted 792k

    Trees planted 792k Trees that could compensate those emissions

  • Energy 40k

    Energy 40k Mexicans consuming energy

  • Emissions 30k

    Emissions 30k Tons of CO2 emissions offset

Sustainability Highlights

Changing the business scenario for good, one label at a time

Since its launch, the Green Label program has grown rapidly in response to growing customer demand for products and services that are sustainable in every way, as certified by a 2018 market report by Accenture after having surveyed nearly 30,000 consumers from around the world.

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