As stated by the EIB, the project consists of several capital investment components in the field of innovative engineered stone products and production processes, in particular: (i) deployment of technology for next generation circular agglomerated materials, (ii) investment in renewable energy generation capacity for self-consumption, (iii) investment in automation, robotisation and digitalisation, and (iv) expansion of production capacity that will make use of renewable fuels. The project covers the period 2022-2025 and will be carried out at the promoter's existing site in Cantoria (Andalusia, Spain).
The project aims at expanding the Promoter's installed capacity through the deployment of modern and efficient machinery and equipment that will use locally produced hydrogen as the main power source in combination with other renewable fuels. The project will also improve the Promoter's capacity to recycle production by-products.
As stated on the company's website, Cosentino Group is a global Spanish family-owned company that produces and distributes high value innovative and sustainable surfaces for the world of design and architecture. It works alongside its clients and partners to provide solutions that offer design possibilities, value, and inspire people’s life. Carrying out all actions through our responsible and transparent ESG criteria.
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