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Poste Italiane enters the energy sector: ready offer on electricity and gas for employees

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Poste Italiane enters the energy sector: ready offer on electricity and gas for employees
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Poste Italiane enters the electricity and gas sector with an offer dedicated to employees which, as anticipated by the CEO Matteo Del Fante during the presentation of the update of the 24SI Plus Business Plan, represents a first step in view of the market debut envisaged in Autumn. Therefore, the energy strategy of Poste Italiane starts, which wants to become one of the main operators in the sector with 1.5 million customers by 2025.

Marco Siracusano, CEO of PostePay Spa, took stock of Poste Italiane’s new electricity and gas offer. “We started with the intention of dedicating the first part of the launch to employees and retirees with a promotion to celebrate the 160 years of the Company “.

The launch on the market is instead expected by the end of the year. “We will bring a unique electricity and gas offer through the network of 12,800 post offices and digital channels with a fixed price for 24 months – continued Siracusano – In the wake of Poste Italiane’s values, our solution is predictable and transparent to the extent that it will be possible to join the fixed installment knowing in advance how much you will pay each month. And then it is sustainable, 100% green in light and 100% compensated in terms of CO2 emissions for gas “.

Marco Siracusano specified that Poste Italiane’s entry into the energy market is part of a growth strategy that increasingly sees the company as a platform at the service of citizens and the country system. “Inside a post office all Italians can see their savings, investment and financing needs met, but also all the needs of the home, from fixed and mobile telephony, to fiber and in the future also electricity and gas “.

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