Interbank and Enel Generación Perú signed an agreement for the supply of 100% renewable energy in the banking entity’s operations until 2025. This alliance is part of both companies’ commitment to the transition towards a cleaner energy matrix in the country. In this way, millions of banking users in Peru will also be able to contribute to the care of the planet.

The contracted power amounts to 2,200 KW, equivalent to approximately 3 GWh of energy per year. This energy will be generated by the hydroelectric plants of Huinco, Callahuanca, Moyopampa, Huampaní, Yanango and Chimayowned by Enel.

Karen Soto, Head of Commercialization & Trading at Enel Generación Perú, highlighted the company’s decision to promote the adoption of sustainable energy in banking and the different productive sectors of the country. “We begin 2024 with projects and initiatives that allow us to consolidate our leadership as the main ally of Peruvian industries. We are proud that Interbank, the country’s leading bank, becomes our strategic partner to promote the energy transition”, he expressed.

For his part, Alfonso Díaz, Vice President of Operations and Technology at Interbank highlighted: “This is a coherent alliance with our sustainability strategy focused on having an efficient and friendly operation with our environment. In this sense, we have been implementing different initiatives aimed at managing our carbon footprint with the support of the Ministry of the Environment.. Thank you Enel for being an ally in these efforts and SGS of Peru, which has endorsed the green certification that we received today.”.

The announcement was made within the framework of an event in which Enel Generación Perú delivered an SGS green certificate to Interbank for its consumption of renewable energy between the months of October and December 2023.

Enel Generación Perú has been delivering green certificates to its industrial allies since 2019, as part of its commitment to boost clean energy consumption in Peru.



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