Seeding Energies

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Seeding Energies
Seeding
Energies
seeding
power
Length of distribution lines
1,865,671
km
Number of customers
61
million
EBITDA
15.3
Total net production
284,012
billion euro
GWh
Sociality responsible
investors in the free float
Installed
capacity
90
GW
10.3%
2015 ENEL DATA
Francesco Starace
Enel Chief Executive Officier
Patrizia Grieco
Enel Chairman
Innovation
“In this complex and changing scenario, Enel is open to a
new way of thinking about energy, one that is more
accessible, more innovative and based on creating shared
value with the communities where it operates. Being
open to new ideas and stimuli from the people who work
at the company or collaborate with us, we create value
with talented and diverse people.”
ICT
Sustainability
seeding
the Planet
ENEL IS FOCUSED ON CLIMATE
AND THE ENVIRONMENT
722,550
hectares of protected areas
covered by biodiversity
projects
99%
water drawn off
which is returned
45%
CO2-free production
146
biodiversity
projects
GROUP
PRODUCTION MIX
8.2%
10.1%
30.2%
14.0%
14.3%
• Coal
• Hydroelectric
• Combined cycle
• Nuclear
• Oil and Gas
• Other renewable sources
23.2%
2015
409
2050
target
carbon
neutrality
Climate change:
Carbon neutrality
by 2050
2020
target
2012
418
<350
SPECIFIC EMISSIONS
OF CO2 FROM TOTAL
NET PRODUCTION
(gCO2/kWHeq)
seeding
people
development
The Board of Enel SpA
ENEL PROMOTES
GROWTH OF
ITS PEOPLE
Employees by geographic area
Employees by gender
80%
49%
20%
19%
16%
Number of employees
67,914
total
66,939
full time
5% 1%
6% 4%
• Italy
• Iberia
America
• Latin
• Slovakia
• Romania
• Russia
• Other
seeding
safety
100%
certified operating companies in the Group:
OHSAS 18001:2007
ENEL PUTS
HEALTH AND
SAFETY FIRST
Employees of contracting companies:
132,272 Full Time Equivalent
Enel employees
13.50
14.18
9.44
0.2 9
0.26
0.25
2013
2014
2015
EVOLUTION OF
SAFETY INDICES
OVER LAST 3 YEARS
16.32
18.25
Enel employees and Contractors
Contractors
13.95
13.82
10.39
10.89
0.51
2013
0.42
2014
0.42
0.36
0.29
2013
2014
2015
0.30
2015
Lost Day Rate
Reductions 2013-2015
-36.3%
Lost Time Injuries Frequency Rate
-32.2%
LDR
LTIFR
seeding
development
Russia
USA
Mexico
Colombia
Ecuador
Peru
Chile
CREATES VALUE FOR
LOCAL COMMUNITIES
Guatemala
Costa Rica
Panama
Brazil
Iberia
Slovakia
Italy
Romania
Greece
Kenya
South Africa
Uruguay
Argentina
THREE EXAMPLES
OF SUSTAINABLE
PROJECTS
Access to electricity:
3 million beneficiaries
in Africa, Asia, Latam
by 2020
ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY
Powering Education
(Kenya)
The project has distributed over 1,100 solar lamps in 70 rural
villages which are off grid, providing sustainable and safe
electricity to over 5,500 people. Results show that students
with a lamp spend around 17% more time studying on average
and families also saw their electricity bills fall by 10-15%.
Education:
400,000
beneficiaries
by 2020
SUPPORT FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES
Educating with Energy (Colombia)
The project aims to increase the professional skills and to give better
work opportunities to over 5,000 young people from public
schools in the poorest areas of Bogotá which are at greatest social
risk. The initiative focuses on the promotion of interpersonal skills,
such as team-working, leadership, direct communication, ethics and
sustainable development. The first stage was launched by an
inter-disciplinary team, consisting of psychologists, social assistants
and teachers, who, after assessing the current state of the young
people’s professional skills, established specific personal
development plans to be followed through multi-disciplinary
activities and group meetings. To ensure the success of the project
1,200 parents and 780 teachers have been trained and
involved.
Social and economic
development:
500,000 beneficiaries
by 2020
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
OF COMMUNITIES
San Juan de Marcona (Peru)
In the Nazca area the whole local fishing sector has been
redesigned. The project includes training on safety in fishing,
the installation of a solar plant to dry algae, the construction of
a fish farm powered by a hybrid plant, the electrification by the
community’s women of coastguard posts as well as training
on marketing issues. It is the first structured case of
measuring social impact through an SROI (Social Return on
Investment) model.
seeding
growth
ENEL ALWAYS FACES
NEW CHALLENGES
53%
34%
9%
3%
1%
17
billion euro
in total investment
for industrial growth
2016-2019
RENEWABLES
NETWORKS
GENERATION
RETAIL
OTHER
OBJECTIVES
Education
400,000 beneficiaries by 2020
Access
to electricity
3 million beneficiaries
in Africa, Asia, Latam by 2020
Social and economic
development
500,000 beneficiaries by 2020
Climate change
Carbon neutrality by 2050
SUSTAINABILITY PLAN 2016-2020
GUIDELINES
our
focus
INNOVATION AND
OPERATIONAL
EFFICIENCY
RESPONSIBLE
RELATIONSHIPS
WITH
COMMUNITIES
CUSTOMER
RELATIONSHIP
MANAGEMENT
SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN
the
pillars
Occupational
health
and safety
Solid
governance
Creation of
economic and
financial value
Environmental
aspects
MANAGEMENT,
DEVELOPMENT
AND MOTIVATION
OF OUR PEOPLE
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OF THE
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SEEDING ENERGIES
There is an energy that is produced every day, which, once generated,
belongs to everyone.
This energy is fuelled by ideas, passion and cooperation.
They are small and powerful seeds, from which grow tangible fruits: innovation
and progress, in tune with the world around us.
At Enel, that is how we define sustainability.
SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2015
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