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Saint-Gobain signs a renewable electricity supply agreement in Italy

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Saint-Gobain has signed a 10-year renewable electricity supply agreement (Power Purchase Agreement or PPA) in Italy with Axpo Italia.

This contract covers the purchase of electricity generated by a newly built wind farm located in the Puglia region.

Axpo Italia will provide around 22 GWh of green electricity per year, or 11% of Saint-Gobain’s electricity needs in Italy.

This contract is the fifth PPA signed by Saint-Gobain in Italy. Combined, the five projects are expected to cover more than 20% of Saint-Gobain’s electricity needs in the country and contribute to reducing Saint-Gobain’s scope 2 CO2 emissions in Italy by around 40% in 2024 compared with 2017.

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