Enel’s commitment to sustainability has been recognised once again: the group has been confirmed in the ECPI sustainability indices for the tenth time. These indices identify the companies with the best environmental, social and governance performance (ESG).
We are proud to be included in these indices alongside companies with the greatest worldwide and social commitment to sustainability
Francesco Starace, Enel CEO
“We are proud to be included in these indices”, said CEO Francesco Starace, who is currently in Davos attending the World Economic Forum to reiterate the group’s interest in devising long-term strategies that can meet environmental and social requirements, thanks also to its strong operational management.
“Our inclusion in the indices for the tenth time is another acknowledgement of the success we have had in integrating ESG factors into our activities” added the CEO, highlighting that this recognition also reflects “the strong synergy between our investment decisions and industrial strategy”.
The group headed by Francesco Starace is included in four ECPI indices, including the Global Renewable Energy Equity and the Global Climate Change Equity indices for promoting renewable energies and combatting climate change. The two other indices, Euro ESG Equity and World ESG Equity, recognise companies that have met European and global ESG criteria.
“These indices are proof to investors of our leading position in sustainable business practices and demonstrate our commitment to delivering socially responsible outcomes” concluded Starace, also noting that Enel’s Spanish subsidiary Endesa is also included in the ECPI indices.
Enel editorial staff