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Monaco Post Office commits to energy transition

Jean-Luc Delcroix signs the National Pact Commitment Charter alongside Isabelle Curau-Bloch (left) and members of the Post Office Management Committee (right)

Photo credit: © Manuel Vitali / Government Communication Department

On Wednesday 13 June, Jean-Luc Delcroix, Director of the Monaco Post Office, made a commitment to the energy transition by signing the National Energy Transition Pact Charter in the presence of his Management Committee and Isabelle Curau-Bloch, Head of Section at the Mission for Energy Transition.

During a speech, Mr Delcroix described the “green” choices the Post Office has been making for a number of years – paper recycling, regulating air conditioning and regularly participating in the EVER exhibition – and encouraged all employees to join the effort by signing their own pact.

The Director also announced an ambitious goal: to make the Post Office vehicle fleet entirely electric within five years.

Monaco Post Office has seven branches, 180 employees across all sectors, and a fleet of 47 vehicles.

Pictures are available on our social media pages.

For more information, see: http://transition-energetique.gouv.mc/

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