Solid facts and data that reflect Enel’s daily commitment to protecting the environment, relationships with local communities, individuals’ motivations, relationships with clients, investment in innovation, information and communication technologies and the development of clean energy.
Key features are the indicators of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Sustainability across the entire value chain, not only for ex post evaluation but rather to anticipate decisions and reinforce a proactive rather than reactive approach. Enel aims to drive change and detect new market opportunities in advance, aware of the fact that the starting point is the knowledge of the context in which the Group is active.
The process of accounting occurs through the collection and elaboration of these indicators, according to what is outlined in the GRI Standards in addition to the principles of accountability, from the United Nations Global Compact and the main sustainability indexes. Find out the projects, the activities, the performance and main results, including the progress in relation to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in line with the SDG Compass, in the Sustainability Report 2017.