4 February 2022

GES is one of the #GreenHeroes

GES is one of the #GreenHeroes

Thanks to their “superpowers”, GES is a member of the #GreenHeroes squad. In the latest book from Alessandro Gassmann, Io e i #GreenHeroes, there is a selection of stories about companies that “prove that it is possible to create value and job opportunities also by taking care of the place where you live, by investing in the future instead of postponing the reckoning with the planet”.

Created with environmentally-friendly components for taking full advantage of the renewable energy sources, GES battery is developed thanks to the remarkable innovation capacity of an outstanding international team. These are the “superpowers” that allowed GES to be part of the #GreenHeroes squad, a group of people who propose, with strong passion and effort, a solution for tackling the effects of the climate change.

Io e i #GreenHeroes – Perché ho deciso di pensare verde, edited by Piemme and on sale by 1st February, written by Alessandro Gassmann together with Roberto Bragalone and with the scientific support of the Kyoto Club.

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