The main trends, the emerging risks, the stakeholder engagement initiatives, Enel’s strategy enable the preparation of Enel’s materiality matrix. The matrix, which has been prepared in accordance with the guidelines of the most common international standards, such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), represents the priorities among the issues of interest to stakeholders, cross-checking them with the industrial strategy and with the Group’s priority actions.
In order to respond in a sustainable and flexible way to the context, the Group confirmed the fundamental principles of its strategy, with greater change and acceleration in its implementation, in the new 2018-2020 Plan, which is based on industrial and ESG pillars and promotes combining different cultures and objectives within the same Group, across mature businesses and upcoming activities, promoting the application of a sustainable business model along the entire value chain, with the UN’s 17 SDGs.
The four main pillars are flanked by digitalization and customer focus as enablers to promote further growth and efficiency. They are supported by solid and strong backbones, in order to create sustainable long-term value.