Sustainability strategy

REN's sustainability strategy has been developed in order to respond to the major issues identified by stakeholders

REN has defined a sustainability strategy aligned with the goals of sustainable development 17 (ODS) created in 2015 by the United Nations. In view of what we do and how we do it, we set the following priority objectives: quality education; gender equality; renewable energy and accessible; decent work and economic growth; industry, innovation and infrastructures; sustainable cities and communities; sustainable consumption and production; climate action; protect life on Earth; partnerships for the implementation of the goals.

Turn these goals into reality implies that all REN's activities are guided by principles of sustainability. Based on this principle, and the materially relevant themes that resulted from the stakeholder consultation held at the end of 2013, and again in 2015, the sustainability strategy is based on three fundamental pillars: the promotion of domestic welfare, involvement and satisfaction of stakeholders, and environmental protection. and.

Sustainability strategy were considered seven dimensions of sustainability to take a strategic response to key issues identified by stakeholders, businesses and the main congeners regulatory and business trends:

  • Technical and specialized knowledge of the energy sector;

  • Risk management;

  • Corporate social responsibility;

  • Involvement with stakeholders;

  • Climate change and resource consumption;

  • Communication.

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