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The purpose of this project, supported by our Foundation and conducted by the NGO Codegaz, was to equip the Health Care and Social Welfare Center (CSPS, including a maternity ward) of Tiogo Mossi with a photovoltaic power system, as this village located 10 km away from Koudougou is not connected to any power grid.
The Nexans Foundation decides to award a special grant to Electricians Without Borders (ESF) in order to help the affected populations of the Philippines.
This month Bernard Bonnefoy explains us the main differences between the phasis #1 and #2 of the project and the requested adaptation capabilities.
In this 5th interview, Bernard tells us his return to the village.
Every month, let's follow the Electricians Without Borders (ESF) teams in the heart of the Amazon forest4/1/13
Presentation of the "Puerto Maldonado" project with Bernard Bonnefoy from Electricians without borders.
Nexans today announced the establishment of the ‘Nexans Foundation’, a common platform for all its corporate sponsorship activities.
Discover a global sustainable development initiative of the Group in the "CSR and Sustainable development" brochure.
Nexans continues to reinforce its commitment to sustainable development by rolling out a new programme to collect and reuse its wooden cable drums.
The use of bio-based materials will allow us to reduce our dependence on oil.
Under a competence sponsorship agreement, the Group will meet all the cable needs of the new museum by supplying free low and medium voltage power cables, as well as data transmission cables and systems for the 28,000 sq.m building and the 22 hectares of grounds.
Nexans today announced that it has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement with “Electriciens sans frontières” (ESF), an international solidarity non-governmental organization (NGO).
As part of its commitment to contribute to Sustainable Development, Nexans will upgrade from traditional wooden drums to drums holding the PEFCTM certification.
In 2010, Nexans commits to make all of its business flights CarbonNeutral® by supporting the Uchindile-Mapanda Reforestation Project in Tanzania
Risk management: a continuous improvement process
Our program for deployment and promoting awareness of ethics
Awareness-building about energy conservation
Ready-to-install cable: another way of avoiding waste
Spain-Italy: an advanced return logistics program for cable drums
Comparison of the environmental impact of two cables
Nexans cables power the new BioWanze bioethanol plant in Belgium
Alsecure®: the product line dedicated to fire safety
Sustainable performance under the hoods of hybrids
BUFLEX X'PREM boosts crane and gantry performance and durability
Nigeria – Niger: a sustainable link with aerial conductors AERO-Z®