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On your vacation, use renewable electricity

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Did you know that Bahia Principe uses 100% renewable electricity in all of its hotels in Spain?

• Thanks to this measure, in 2020 they will stop emitting over 6,658 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere
• The action is part of the company’s 2019-2024 Energy Efficiency Measures Plan, developed to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions
• It also calls for adding new types of sustainable energy, as well as intelligent control systems and lighting improvements in the facilities

The measure was implemented last year with our energy partner Enovam, and will result in a reduction of 6,658 tons of CO2 emissions in 2020.

Soon, the project will also start being implemented in the different hotels in Mexico.

This action is part of the company’s 2019-2024 Energy Efficiency Measures Plan, whose objective is to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. A plan that includes developing other projects like intelligent energy consumption monitoring at the Bávaro, La Romana and Jamaica resorts, as well as upgrading hotel lighting systems to incorporate the latest in LED technology and automatic lighting controls, among other things.

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Additionally, in our commitment to protect the environment, we’re in the process of incorporating the use of new types of renewable energy sources, such as geothermic and aerothermal energy, which have already begun to function at Bahia Principe Fantasia Tenerife.

Ultimately, all these actions are focused on making it possible for the company to meet its commitment to reduce CO2 emissions by 60% by 2030, while also helping to attain the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), work that it spends a large part of its resources and efforts on.

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