The first Delegated Act about sustainable finance has been enacted and passed by the EU. The Act includes 6 categories – among them is climate change mitigation.
Sustainability is the core of everything in Genan. It is in the very DNA of the company and its employees. To Genan, sustainability means aiming for a greener planet by doing our best in all of our processes from the intake of end-of-life tyres to the production of clean, high-quality products.
Now, these values are put into practice in the EU taxonomy. Genan is in full alignment with the newly approved standards and thus classified as a sustainable investment in terms of climate change mitigation.
It is vital to direct investments towards sustainable projects and activities to meet the EU’s climate and energy targets for 2030 and reach the objectives of the European Green Deal. To do so, a common language and a clear definition of what is ‘sustainable’ is a must – an “EU taxonomy”.
The EU taxonomy is a classification system, establishing a list of environmentally sustainable, economic activities, and it entails several advantages; it plays an important role helping the EU scale up sustainable investment and implement the European Green Deal; it provides companies, investors and policymakers with definitions for which economic activities can be considered environmentally sustainable; and it protects investors from greenwashing.
Genan is proud to be considered a sustainable investment according to the EU taxonomy.
Read more about the EU taxonomy here.
Read the Commission Delegated Regulation here.