Agreement with Bluenergy benefiting over 40 SMEs in its supply chain

The image accompanying the News on the agreement with Bluenergy to support the over 40 SMEs linked to the company's supply chain portrays some technicians working on the roof of a house to install photovoltaic panels

Intesa Sanpaolo and Bluenergy have signed an agreement to support the more than 40 SMEs linked to the company's supply chain: the goal is to facilitate their access to credit – thanks to the strength and solidity of the parent company – in particular for investments aimed at sustainable transition in keeping with ESG criteria.

The agreement is part of the Intesa Sanpaolo Supply Chain Development Programme and in north-eastern Italy the bank has already signed more than 180 supply chain contracts benefiting around 2,400 suppliers with a total turnover of approximately €20 billion.

The partnership with Bluenergy also includes the signing of a €120-million tax credit transfer contract, which allows the bank to expand its tax capacity in favour of social and other initiatives.

Bluenergy is an energy multi-service company based in Udine, Italy with over 50 points of sale in Friuli Venezia Giulia, Veneto, Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria. 

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