Enel publishes its Sustainability Report02/09/2010
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For the eighth consecutive year, Enel has published its Sustainability Report - this year more closely connected than ever to its Annual Report.
The report, which covers the year to 31 December, has implemented the new Global Reporting Initiative EUSS (Electric Utilities Sector Supplement) indicators, which Enel has been helping to develop with GRI over the past four years.
It also outlines Enel Group's strategic priorities, which have been integrated in a 2010-2019 Long-Term Industrial Plan that provides economic growth within a strategic framework that also pays maximum attention to environmental and social development.
For the first time, Enel's Sustainability Plan has been adapted to meet the needs of stakeholders, and the Sustainability Report includes an overview of the projects Enel has implemented for in this area: research and innovation, generation from renewable sources, commitment towards nuclear, climate strategy, people care, human capital development, the new code of ethics, community engagement and projects tailored to customer needs.
It also reports that during 2009 Enel created a Group Risk Management Department, whose mission is to ensure implementation and management of the risk management process at Group level with regard to all financial, operating, business, and other risks.
Enel's Sustainability Report has once again received the highest mark of A+ for conforming to and applying guidelines drawn up by the GRI.
Marina Migliorato, Head of CSR and Relations with Associations, said the report is now 'a significant document of reference', thanks to more than 450 indicators used to measure Enel's constant commitment to social responsibility in the 23 countries in which the energy company operates
Starting from this year, Enel's Sustainability Report will be interactive and can be found at http://ethicalperformance.com/reports/links/enel-sustainabilityreport
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