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The Hera Group is a "champion" in energy efficiency


The Hera Group has been recognized among the Italian companies most capable of promoting the rational use of energy. This was decided by the highest national body in the sector: the FIRE (Italian Federation for the Rational Use of Energy), which for the past three years has established the FIRE - Energy Manager Award. The Hera Group has now participated for the first time and immediately took the podium, thus obtaining an important recognition, on an equal footing with two other Italian companies, active in the civil and tertiary sectors.

The award ceremony took place on 11th December 2019 in Milan, during the Enermanagement XII, a conference dedicated to energy management, resource management and the core business, at the end of a round table in which Hera Group experts also participated.

The award assigned to the Hera Group is of great value, as it recognizes the attention and commitment that the company has always placed in the efficient use of energy in all its activities, starting with the overall goal of reducing its own energy consumption of 5% by 2020, with a saving of over 8 million euro compared to 2013 energy expenditure.
The results are made possible by integrated efficiency programs, carried out continuously by the Hera Group in its plants and in its offices. Among the numerous actions implemented, the multi-utility implemented an ISO 50001 certified Energy Management System throughout the entire organization with the aim of pursuing continuous improvement of its energy performance. The unified framework of the ISO 50001 Management System has made the actions carried out within the Group more effective, directing choices and investments to the achievement of corporate energy saving objectives. The result is coherent and reinforced action, aimed at continuous improvement and rational use of resources.

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