A Strategic element of Edison’s business model
According to theories on sustainable development, corporations
are the main cause of environmental and social imbalances. At the
same time, they are the players who more than all others have the
power, working in cooperation with governments and civil society
organizations, to improve the quality of development, because their
activities affect a large number of stakeholders. The ability to
manage relations with stakeholders, beyond the requirements of laws
and regulations, consistent with corporate social responsibility,
is essential for the continuity and success of business
Sustainability is a strategic element of Edison’s business model. The creation of value is based on the ability to pursue economic objectives while at the same time steadily reducing environmental impacts, consistent with a sustainable development approach, thereby meeting the expectations of all stakeholders. For Edison, corporate social responsibility is more than just charitable contributions and sponsorships. It is something that it applies every day to the management of its business operations.
The progress of integrating social responsibility into the Company’s business model led to concrete actions in 2011, consistent with the guidelines outlined in the Sustainable Development Policy defined in 2009. The aim of this process was to combine the pursuit of economic objectives with a steady reduction of environmental and social impacts.
Edison’s mission is to supply its customers with energy
and high-quality services.
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