Prysmian Group is green in terms of both its philosophy and its actions. Analysts at Morgan Stanley recently ranked Prysmian Group among the 118 upstanding companies on the decarbonization front in the world. Prysmian also placed second in the electricity and electronics industry sector in the Dow Jones sustainability index for 2019. For the last three years, only renewable energy has been used for production at our Keila plant. This year, we were also awarded a bronze label at the Responsible Business Forum, where 76 Estonian-based companies, public organizations and non-profits were recognized for their good stewardship of the environment and commitment to giving back to society even more than required by law.
“All companies that want to be successful and sustainable have a duty to be environmentally responsible in their activities,” says the chairman of the management board of Prysmian Group Baltics AS, Tarvo Leppik. “Unfortunately, greenwash is rampant – some make a show of talking about being green but they don’t walk the walk. We’ve taken a different path: above all, we’re green in what we do, and then talk about it to be a model and get the message out to our clients and partners.”
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