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Roca partners with Schneider Electric

Roca Group

Roca Group has reached an agreement with Schneider Electric to define a new roadmap towards decarbonisation, establishing a single, global strategy across the Group.
Roca Group operates in 170 countries, owns 85 factories and has a workforce of 24,000 professionals.

Though Roca has been actively working on the improvement of its environmental footprint for several years, it has decided to broaden its commitments and to establish a common sustainability policy with the help of Schneider Electric’s new climate change consulting services, said a press release.

The collaboration between the two partners will consist of three phases. In the first one, Roca Group will work with Schneider Electric to define its vision of the decarbonisation process, analysing the environment and setting new, more ambitious goals. During the second phase, Schneider Electric will study Roca Group’s plants to set commitments to reduce energy consumption and emissions, to implement sustainable energy generation in the factories and to compensate for those emissions that cannot be eliminated.

Finally, during the implementation phase, Roca Group and Schneider Electric will advance in the digitalisation of the company’s processes and will proceed to the sensorisation of the different production centers to monitor and optimise energy consumption in order to reduce costs and emissions.

Schneider Electric will also help Roca Group to define its decarbonisation needs so that, with its own resources, the Group can implement projects to reduce emissions and implement sustainable energy.


Albert“At Roca Group, we work hard every day to optimize our production processes by incorporating the latest technologies with the aim of reducing our environmental footprint, as well as to provide society with products for the bathroom space that combine wellbeing with respect for the environment. Far from being satisfied, we want to continue advancing in this strategy and offer all our divisions and factories a common framework that allows us to continue driving our decarbonisation,” said Roca Group CEO, Albert Magrans.