Powering Europe to a greener future
ESG is key to BNZ’s ambitions
BNZ aims to become a leader in energy transition and environmental and social evolution by collaborating closely with our local suppliers in the areas where we making agricultural projects compatible with the installation of our clean energy plants.
Over the lifecycle of the plants that we both develop and manage, we approach ESG from multiple perspectives, often through partnerships with local stakeholders and plant contractors.
We emphasise relationships with local communities. Our track record also helps us to develop our projects more efficiently.
BNZ carefully selects plant sites to respect the local historical heritage, environmental regulation, and legislation. In addition to creating employment opportunities, our plants also host public education visits and, where appropriate, contribute to local initiatives through community funding.
Respect and support local ecosystems
During development, we take local natural resources and animal habitats into consideration. We strive to protect local biodiversity.
Minimise energy and resource usage
BNZ carefully monitors the water and electricity consumption. Waste production is monitored to encourage the reuse and the recycling where possible.
If you want to learn more about our ESG policy, click here.
Find out more about our Social policy by clicking here.
If you are interested in learning more about our Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) policy, click here.
Tree Management policy
To check our tree management policy click here.
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
We are actively working towards adding our grain of sand to the fight against climate crisis through the parameters of the UN SDGs: