A2A’s commitment to raising awareness of its customers and communities in which it operates on responsible and sustainable consumption continued in 2020. In 2020, in addition to new products and commercial services (e.g “Più fotovoltaico”, “Energy Check-up”), the commitment has also materialized:
|Electricity supplied (kWh)||1,254,613||1,541,723||1,662,852|
|CO2 emission avoided (t)||948||1,174||1,201|
|No. charging points||680||6,062 (cumulative 21-30)|
GWh of green energy sold
(+72% compared to 2019)
km travelled with zero emissions, thanks to E-moving infrastructure
(+ 8% compared to 2019)
of contributions to the community
(+ 48% compared to 2019)
people supported in vulnerable social and economic positions throughout Lombardy by Banco dell'Energia Onlus
For years A2A has been developing projects and initiatives to educate about sustainability aimed at raising awareness and involving new generations on environmental issues and on the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
Despite the context, 2020 represented an opportunity for Scuola2a to further invest in training and initiatives aimed at teachers in virtual form. The Scuola2a portal has seen a 143% increase in subscribers, reaching a total of about 1,700, thanks also to a greater investment in digital marketing tools dedicated to the school world.
In 2020, more than 31,000 people were involved in environmental and sustainability education activities.
Some of the initiatives developed on the Edu.tv portal:
As for the competition "Mission Terra: Global Goal Protocol", aimed at schools in the national territory of all levels was dedicated to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Agenda 2030. In 2020, the educational test was dedicated to Goal 4 of the United Nations Agenda 2030: Quality Education.
The classes involved were asked to explore this Sustainable Development Go9al and create a free paper on the theme of the right to study in all its forms. 127 schools participated.
Lastly, also in 2020, was realized #Ambienteascuola, an awareness-raising campaign by AMSA and A2A, in collaboration with the Municipality of Milan, aimed at Milanese schools on the issues of separate waste collection and more generally on the development of environmental awareness, to contribute to the achievement of some of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined by the United Nations. The project, extended to all first-grade secondary schools in the city, has seen the organization of 60 meetings with more than 1,000 participants, including teachers and ATA staff, and 1,700 kits distributed. The initiative included:
The contest saw the participation of 80 classes, presenting a total of 261 work. The three winning classes were offered an eco-design workshop, at the end of which the mural was created inside their school.