All Melia’s Italian hotels now use 100% renewable energy

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As a result of an agreement with the company A2A from Italy, the hotels operated by Meliá Hotels International in Italy have received certification in renewable energy  in recognition of the use of green energy in 100% of its hotels in the country, including the Gran Meliá Rome, ME Milan il Duca, Meliá Milan, Meliá Genova, Meliá Campione and Meliá Villa Capri.

A2A is the second largest Italian producer of renewable energy and is a national leader in services focused on the generation of environmentally-friendly energy. This partnership allows the hotels to secure the use of energy from renewable sources from 1 January 2016 until 31 December of the same year.

In 2015, the Company signed an agreement with Endesa to ensure all of its hotels and corporate headquarters in Spain would use 100% renewable electricity through to the end of 2016.

Jeremy Smith
Jeremy Smithhttp://www.jmcsmith.com
Jeremy Smith is the editor and co-founder of Travindy. He is a writer and communications consultant working for a more responsible and sustainable tourism industry. He is the author of two books, writes a fortnightly blog on responsible tourism for World Travel Market, and provides consultancy to a wide range of companies and organisations, ranging from National Parks to individual hotels and tour operators.

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