Environmental Reporting Service
The reporting system allows to identify, monitor and disclose each year the interactions of Enel’s industrial operations with the environment. The reporting process, and the resulting Environmental Report, is part of Enel’s environmental management system. Its method ensures homogeneous data collection and it is a tool allowing to monitor the Group’s environmental performance.
The reporting system allows Enel to prepare environmental publications, such as EMAS certifications for sites having registered environmental management systems.
The formats used for collection of both process and governance data are continuously updated following changes in Enel’s organization regarding regulations and technologies, as well as know-how feedback.
In 2010, the following information– managed by the Environmental Policies & Climate Change Unit within the Environmental Regulations and Carbon Strategy Department – was included in the reporting process:
- certification (ISO 14001) of three thermal plants in Spain and one in Morocco, as well as distribution activities in Bucharest.
- creation of a “carbon strategy” that combines skills and know-how of Enel and Endesa;
- “carbon free” renewable generation has allowed to save about 100 million tons of CO2.