During the international conference “The Hydrogen Challenge – 2019 Global ESG Conference” organized by Snam in Rome, CEO Marco Alverà signed two agreements on sustainable energy and innovation. The first, signed in the presence of Israel’s ambassador to Italy Dror Eydar, is a memorandum of understanding with the Israel Innovation Authority (The National Technological Innovation Authority) aimed at fostering collaboration between Snam and Israeli companies, in particular start-up, in innovative technologies at the service of the green economy. The second, signed with the president of the National Research Council (CNR) Massimo Inguscio, is a Snam-CNR framework agreement aimed at common planning and analysis for the development of hydrogen and in general of renewable gases and sustainable mobility. The collaboration, in particular, provides for the launch of a joint working group to evaluate compatibility studies of increasing amounts of hydrogen in gas and mobility infrastructures, analysis of carbon dioxide capture, transport and storage processes, new studies technologies in the biomethane sector and in general of low-carbon gas. Snam has also announced, with the president Luca Dal Fabbro, the launch of the “Snam Plastic Less” program. The initiative aims to reduce the use of plastic in industrial packaging by 2023 by 100% and to eliminate single-use plastic in beverage dispensers in all company locations by 2020.
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