Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cables systems industry, ranks first with 87 points in the ELQ Electrical Components & Equipments on the Dow Jones Sustainability World index, according to the result of the 2021 annual review conducted by S&P Global CSA. Prysmian Group is the only pure cable maker included in the most recognized sustainability index at global level, covering over 5,300 companies.
Valerio Battista, CEO of Prysmian Group, commented: “We are very proud of this important achievement as it recognizes our commitment in constantly improve the sustainability of our operations, supply chain and organization. Sustainability is also integrated as a fundamental part of our business growth strategy. We are strongly committed to support the transition to renewable energy resources as well as to a digitalized and decarbonized world, by making available the most advanced cables and optical fiber technology for power grids and telecom networks.”
Prysmian achieved the best results (100 points) in Innovation Management, Environmental Reporting, Social Reporting, Talent Attraction & Retention, Materiality, Risk & Crisis Management and Occupational Health & Safety.
At Prysmian Group, we strongly believe that Sustainability and Innovation are linked together. We have embarked on a comprehensive innovation effort including product carbon footprint, circular economy and low carbon product innovations for Energy transition and Digitalization.
Prysmian Group’s targets for reducing emissions was also approved recently by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and the Group announced the new Social Ambition targets to sit alongside its existing Climate Ambition targets.