Energisa

Reports

Annual Sustainability Report

The 2020 Sustainability Report will be published in accordance with Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines.

The Global Reporting Initiative is an international independent non-profit organization with multiple stakeholders, that produced sustainability reporting guidelines that focus on increasing responsibility and transparency in economic, environmental and social performance, providing all companies and organizations a comprehensive sustainability reporting framework that is widely used around the world. In 2016 the GRI guidelines added references to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Energisa Group signed up to the Global Compact in August 2020, officially undertaking responsibility to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

As a participant of the Global Compact, Energisa Group has to publish annual reports about progress made and results achieved in implementing the UN’s ten principles and sustainable targets by way of a Communication on Progress (COP). We support public responsibility and transparency and have therefore undertaken to submit a progress report within one year of joining the Global Compact and annually thereafter, in accordance with the COP policy.

Click here to see Energisa Group’s Social and Environmental Responsibility Report for 2019.

Social and Environamental Responsability Report - Previous Years

To access the previous Annual Reports, click here.

Ratings and Indices

There is a clear connection between Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices – and value creation, as by investing in sustainable projects and instilling these practices into their businesses, companies can maximize profits and minimize risks while helping materialize the SDGs.

Investor movement toward sustainability has brought even greater responsibility for companies. ESG analysts and international rating agencies are continuously monitoring Energisa’s sustainability performance. Through a range of methodologies, analysts assess the Group’s performance in environmental, social and governance issues.

In this context, Energisa is seeking to develop a smart sustainability strategy, pursuing complete comprehension of the risks, impacts and opportunities available to the Company, leveraging this information to conduct targeted internal initiatives and monitoring performance through the core indicators.

The ESG ratings and indexes are therefore considered to be a strategic tool for supporting investors and detecting sustainability risks and opportunities in its investment portfolio, whilst helping companies develop sustainable investment strategies in operations and projects, creating value in the short, mid and long terms.

Energisa’s presence in the leading ESG indexes and ratings.