Sustainability planning and monitoring leads to pointing out and sharing the objectives that must be pursued by the company at a global level.
This process takes place by collecting and processing the accounting and extra-accounting data regarding specific indicators of sustainability performance, called key performance indicators (KPI).
Sustainability KPIs require the involvement of the Parent Company on trans-Group issues, as well as of the Divisions and Companies of the Group, regarding specific issues within their fields of activity.
Specifically, staff members have been selected within the different departments and professional groups having the task of collecting, checking, and processing the KPI of their concern. The consolidation of the results takes place under the responsibility of the Scenario and Market Analysis Unit, which is entrusted with the coordination of the entire process of collecting the quantitative data. Placed within the Direction of External Relations, the CSR and Relations with Associations Unit is responsible for qualitative issues and for comments on results, as well as of the coordination and drafting of the Sustainability Report.
The process of sustainability data collection is illustrated in the Integration Handbook, a policy issued by Enel Corporate, aimed at describing the main processes in terms of phases, roles and responsibilities, subject to coordination between Enel and companies at an international level, as well as in the Coordination Handbook, a policy with the same contents but whose scope is limited to Endesa.
Soon a single procedure will be issued for the entire organization of the Group, which will detail activities, roles, responsibilities and timing.
The Sustainability Report is submitted to the Company’s General Shareholder Meeting together with the Group’s consolidated Financial Statement. To this end, the document is assessed by the Internal Control Committee that verifies whether it is complete and reliable, supported by the Audit department.
Last update: May 2012