Enel outlines 2020 sustainability objectives in 2015 Sustainability Report



Enel has published its 2015 Sustainability Report.

The 2015 edition, called Seeding Energies, presents and documents for the first time the efforts that Enel has made to achieve four of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations.

The company states that sector leading companies, such as Enel, have a duty to take on the challenge of reducing the power divide and making the planet more sustainable.

Among Enel's medium-term objectives (set for the year 2020) – which also include guaranteeing access to electricity to 3 million people who currently still lack power – is that of providing basic education on energy issues to 400 thousand people and contributing to the employment and economic growth of an additional 500 thousand individuals.

Between now and 2020, the Group’s sustainability objectives will focus on five main areas: innovation and operational efficiency, responsible relations with communities, quality in customer relations, management, development and motivation of people, and decarbonisation of the energy mix.

These objectives have attracted ethical investment funds, which at the end of 2015 accounted for 8 percent of our share capital.

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