For the tenth consecutive year, Enel has published its Sustainability Report, which stands out for its innovative use of info graphics, which improve the comprehension of certain key concepts. The report has introduced the GRI G3.1 and implemented the EUSS (Electric Utilities Sector Supplement) indicators.
The Sustainability Report 2011 contains data on the 40 Countries in which Enel Group operates. Therefore, it can be considered as an indispensible tool for all those who intend to “measure” Enel’s corporate social responsibility from an economic, social and environmental point of view, thanks to more than 450 indicators.
It represents a fundamental way for the company to present its performances to the world. Thanks to the Internet and Open Data methodology all the tables included in the report are available in various formats including Excel, so that they can be easily downloaded and shared online.
From the Code of Ethics to climate strategy, from occupational health and safety to our customers, from stakeholders’ engagement to the promotion of sustainability along the supply chain – all aspects of Enel’s CSR are featured in the Report, including a dossier dedicated to Enabling Electricity, Enel’s global program for promoting access to energy.
“Our commitment to maximum transparency now aims at the so-called One Report,” says Marina Migliorato, Head of CSR in Enel. “We are part of the most important international networks that are defining a global framework for integrated reporting: the G4 Consortium, which will provide support to the Global Reporting Initiative in order to define the next generation guidelines for CSR Reporting, and IIRC’s (International Integrated Reporting Council) Pilot Program.”
For the sixth year running, Enel’s Sustainability Report has scored a maximum A+ grade of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Application Levels.
Enel’s 2011 Sustainability Report can be accessed here