Eni has been able to save energy in a simple and smart manner.

San Donato Milanese (Milano), 03 October 2012 – Eni has successfully completed the sixth edition of "Eni takes its tie off", an initiative directed at employees to adopt less formal attire in the office to increase energy saving between the months of June and September.

Avoiding suits and ties and raising the temperature 1° C in buildings helps to reduce CO2 emissions. Following a particularly hot summer, thanks to contributions from all parts of the world, from Europe to North Africa, Eni has been able to save energy in a simple and smart manner. The optimization of the air conditioning has led to electricity savings calculated at a total of 436,000 kWh, which corresponds to a reduction of emissions of 229 tons of CO2.

For six years, the success of the initiative has been marked by increasingly encouraging data, resulting from increased employee participation. Giving up a clothing accessory, a symbol of elegance and Italian spirit, has allowed us to address a very specific subject: the reduction of excessive consumption attributable to the use of air conditioners during the summer months.

Eni’s initiative to take off ties in the office, launched in 2007, has also become a role model for other companies, and affirms Eni’s commitment to preserving the environment and the land through a prudent and rational utilization of energy resources. San Donato Milanese (Milano), 03 October 2012 – Eni has successfully completed the sixth edition of "Eni takes its tie off", an initiative directed at employees to adopt less formal attire in the office to increase energy saving between the months of June and September.

Avoiding suits and ties and raising the temperature 1° C in buildings helps to reduce CO2 emissions. Following a particularly hot summer, thanks to contributions from all parts of the world, from Europe to North Africa, Eni has been able to save energy in a simple and smart manner. The optimization of the air conditioning has led to electricity savings calculated at a total of 436,000 kWh, which corresponds to a reduction of emissions of 229 tons of CO2.

For six years, the success of the initiative has been marked by increasingly encouraging data, resulting from increased employee participation. Giving up a clothing accessory, a symbol of elegance and Italian spirit, has allowed us to address a very specific subject: the reduction of excessive consumption attributable to the use of air conditioners during the summer months.

Eni’s initiative to take off ties in the office, launched in 2007, has also become a role model for other companies, and affirms Eni’s commitment to preserving the environment and the land through a prudent and rational utilization of energy resources.
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