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UniCredit joins Earth Hour 2019 across 14 countries

Tomorrow, Saturday 30 March at 8.30pm, UniCredit will turn off the lights in 74 buildings across 14 countries (Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, United Kingdom) for sixty minutes marking the Group's twelfth consecutive year of participating in Earth Hour, the World Wildlife Fund's (WWF) global initiative  which brings together citizens, institutions and companies in a common goal to give the world a sustainable future and combat the challenge of climate change.

 

Giuseppe Zammarchi, Head of Group Sustainability and Foundation, said: "We participate in Earth Hour every year as part of our wider efforts to support sustainable development and the conservation of the environment. In particular, UniCredit's climate strategy calls for a major reduction in our operational emissions of greenhouse gases. The Group's target is to reduce carbon emissions by 60 percent by 2020, and the long-term target is a reduction of 80 percent by 2030."

 

In 2018, UniCredit achieved an overall reduction of 49 percent versus its 2008 emissions. The Group accomplished this by enhancing energy efficiency, reducing its office space by 172,000 square meters in Western Europe, offering smarter ways to use workspaces, and by increasing the digitalisation of its banking operations.  We continue to use new technologies to reduce the environmental footprint, costs and emissions of our operations.

 

UniCredit's Austria Campus, the new headquarters of UniCredit Bank Austria AG, opened last year is among the Group buildings to switch off their lights. Austria Campus unites UniCredit Bank Austria, the Bank's CEE units and all the other Group companies based in Vienna in one location. Austria Campus has been one of the largest relocation projects in Central Europe, including 5,300 employees together with the IT infrastructure who were relocated to the new company headquarters without any interruptions to business. The Campus has its own system for extracting geothermal energy, which is one of the largest in Europe in terms of area. The energy it produces is used for basic heating in the winter and cooling in the summer, in compliance with all the relevant environmental regulations.

 

The main buildings participating in Earth Hour this year are listed below:

 

 

Country City Address
Austria Vienna Campus, Rothschildplatz 1
    Campus, Rothschildplatz 4
    Danube Tower
Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar Kardinala Stepinca bb
  Sarajevo Zelenih beretki, 24
Bulgaria Sofia 7, Sq. Sveta Nedelya
    14, Gyueshevo Str.
    8, Aksakov Str.
  Ruse 5, Sveta Troitsa Sq.
  Varna 1, Petko Karavelov Str.
  Burgas 22, Alexandrovska Str.
  Stara Zagora 126, Simeon Veliki Blvd.
  Plovdiv 4 Ivan Vazov Str.
Croatia Zagreb Samoborska, 145
    Resellova, 4
    Vlaška cesta
    Trg bana Josipa Jelačića, 10
Czech Republic Prague 4, Zeletavska 1 – Filadelfie
    1, Námesti Republiky 3a - Banking House
Germany Munich HVB Tower, Arabellastrasse, 12
    HHO, Arabellastrasse, 14
    KF14, Kardinal-Faulhaber-Str., 14
Hungary Budapest Szabadság tér 5-6
Italy Milan UniCredit Tower A - Piazza Gae Aulenti, 3
  Cologno Monzese Via Volta, 1
  Bologna Via del Lavoro
  Reggio Emilia Via Rivoluzione di Ottobre 16
  Rome Via Tupini, 180
    Largo Fochetti, 16
    Largo Anzani
  Genova Via Dante 1
  Palermo Via Ruggiero Settimo, 26
Romania Bucharest UniCredit Tower, Bulevardul Expoziției 1F
    Fabrica de Glucoza, 5
  Iasi Strada Palas Nr. 5C
Russia Moscow Prechistenskaya emb., 9
    Boutikovsky lane, 9
    Andropova avenue, 18/1
    1-st Kazachy lane, 9/1
    1-st Tverskaya-Yamskaya street, 28/1
    Leningradsky avenue, 44
    Bolshaya Gruzinskaya street, 58/60
    Komsomolsky avenue, 44
    Leninsky avenue, 70/11
    Ostozhenka street, 5
    Pyatnitskaya street, 14/1
    Zuborsky boulevard, 29
  Saint Petersburg Fontanka emb., 2/48
    Novatotov blvd., 8A
    Moscovsky avenue, 193A
    Moskovsky avenue, 192-194
    Efimova street, 4a
    Novocherkassky avenue, 43/17
  Ekaterinburg Nikolaya Nironova street, 4
  Nizhny Novgorod Kostina street, 20
  Novosibirsk Maxima Gorkogo street, 53
  Chelyabinsk Karla Marxa street, 38
  Krasnodar Stavropolskaya street, 41
  Perm Monastyrskaya street, 41
  Samara Chapayevskaya street, 178
  Rostov-on-Don Socialisticheskaya/ Serafimovicha street, 58/51
  Kaluga Pushkina street, 1/20
  Voronezh Komissarzhevskoy street, 13
  Ufa Kirova street, 27
  Volgograd Novorossiyskaya street, 11
  Stavropol Dovatortsev street, 38A
Serbia Belgrade Rajiceva street, 27-29
    BBC, Jurija Gagarina, 12
    Blue House Center, Spanskih boraca, 3
    Jurija Gagarina, 30
    Jurija Gagarina, 12
Slovenia Ljubljana Šmartinska cesta 140
Slovakia Bratislava Sancova, 1/A
United Kingdom London Moor House 120, London Wall

Milano, 29 March 2019

 

 

 

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