MILAN (Reuters) - Italian cable maker Prysmian said on Thursday the share of its revenues from low carbon products stood at 48% last year, close to the 50% target it had set by 2022.
Prysmian last month said it planned to lift its capital expenditure by 100 million euros ($119 million) globally over the next decade in an effort to cut its carbon footprint faster and be net carbon-neutral by 2040.
The group’s energy consumption fell approximately 6% last year compared to 2019, it said in a statement, versus a target for a 3% reduction by 2022.
Last year’s drop in energy consumption, however, was partly due to a sales reduction that followed the global COVID-19 crisis.
Prysmian sales fell 13% last year to just above 10 billion euros.
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Reporting by Giulio Piovaccari; editing by Agnieszka Flak
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