Wednesday, December 01, 2021

Telefónica sets the goal of zero net emissions in 2025 for its key markets and in 2040 for its entire footprint

This company said this during the 12th Global Workshop on Energy and Climate Change, held yesterday. Ángel Vilá, CEO of the Spanish company, announced that they will increase sustainable financing to exceed € 10 billion in the coming years.

To the € 3.250 billion raised with the bond issues carried out so far, Telefónica will add new green and sustainable bonds, loans and bank financing. This was the central axis of the message of Ángel Vilá, CEO of the Spanish company, yesterday during the 12th Global Workshop on Energy and Climate Change.

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