At governance level

Acea pays attention to the integration of sustainability into corporate governance. In fact, the 2019-2022 Sustainability Plan envisages two additional objectives with respect to those set out in the previous Plan: one relating to the implementation of a welfare plan capable of embracing social demands and the other focused on the sustainable management of the supply chain, giving importance to circular procurement.

Representation of the integration of sustainability in Governance of the Acea Group


Sustainable risk assessment

Inclusion of material ESG issues in the model for identification, assessment and monitoring of business risks
Sustainable strategy Draw attention to the overall value generated by the Group via an integrated interpretation of economic and sustainable development
Sustainable MBOs Give importance to objectives intended to promote impacts on sustainability integrating them into performance management systems
Dissemination of sustainability culture  Involve internal and external stakeholders in this respect, by disseminating a “sustainability culture” 
Sustainability for shareholders and financiers Draw attention to ESG - Environmental, Social, Governance – elements of corporate management in relationships with shareholders and investors
Sustainable sector regulations Capture sustainability-related topics in regulation development trends, at both domestic and European level
Sustainability in people management Enhance the organisational and personal wellbeing of employees, capturing social needs, by way of advanced and participatory industrial relations  
Sustainability in procurement Introduce sustainability aspects in supply chain management, considering related best practices