Evaluating the Group’s performance
Edison views its Sustainability Report, published first in 2004,
as a tool to communicate how the Group manages sustainability
issues, and provide a complete and balanced presentation of its
values, strategies and performance during the reporting
The Report is also a management tool that can be used to monitor the Group’s sustainability performance and set improvement goals for the future. These goals are the result of the growing role played by the company’s top management in defining future targets that are directly related to the four challenges identified in the Sustainable Development Policy (the Environment, our Employees, the Market, and our Community). This approach reflects Edison’s on-going commitment to promoting an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable management model: a commitment that is destined to gain strength in the future.
The 2012 Sustainability Report was prepared in accordance with
the Sustainability Reporting Guidelines developed by the Global
Reporting Initiative (GRI), integrated with the additional
disclosures required by the Electric Utilities Sector Supplement,
as approved in 2009. This standard is internationally recognized as
the best practice in sustainability reporting.
In 2012, the Group again achieved the A+ level in the implementation of the Guidelines.
The Sustainability Report is published each year and it is distributed at the Shareholders’ Meeting and to all employees.
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Edison’s mission is to supply its customers with energy
and high-quality services.
In 2009, Edison established the new Energy Efficiency and
Sustainable Development Business Unit with the aim of helping
customers rationalize the use of energy resources.