• ESG + INNOVATION

CREATING SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION FOR LOGISTICS

  • OUR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
  • + Corporate ethics and integrity.
  • + Consider ESG risks and opportunities when making decisions.
  • + Proactive commitment to stakeholders.
  • + Take initiative in the construction of better communities.
  • + Inclusion and diversity: attract and retain motivated, talented employees.
  • + Develop certified sustainable buildings.
  • + Improve evidence-based performance.
  • + Promote energy efficiency and renewable energy.

SUSTAINABILITY IN FIGURES

100  %
OF OUR LATEST DEVELOPMENTS ARE IN THE PROCESS OF BECOMING LEED® CERTIFIED
65  %
LEED CERTIFIED AT THE END OF 2019
40  %
ENERGY REDUCTION
39  %
LESS CO2 EMISSIONS
70  %
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
5  %
OF TOTAL ENERGY NEEDS ON SITE MET WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY

SUSTAINABILITY: REDUCE + INCREASE

REDUCE

  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF THE BUILDING
  • - Energy consumption.
  • - CO2 emissions.
  • - Water consumption.
  • - Waste.

INCREASE

  • SUSTAINABILITY + TENANTS' HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
  • + Sustainable transport.
  • + Efficient consumption.
  • + Inside air quality.
  • + Ventilation.
  • + Comfortable temperatures.
  • + Natural light.
  • + Water efficiency.
  • + Acoustics.
  • + Biophilia and scenery.

ENERGY

Due to the need to raise awareness of climate change and to establish alternative sources of energy, Montepino has been focusing on developing renewable energies for a decade, developing a business area based on these sources of energy. This new area has contributed to the economic diversification of the group.

Over the last few years, we have invested in developing photovoltaic solar electrical energy, installing over 2,500,000 Wp of solar panels on the roofs of our buildings. We have also developed one of the largest roof installations in the country, capable of providing 1.4 MW from just one panel.

To date, over 21,500,000 kWh have been produced.

This solar energy produced by Montepino has prevented the release of 11,500 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.