One way to achieve the vision, mission and goals of the Energa Group and to create its value is by conducting business in line with the applicable law, being ethical, transparent and open to dialogue, balancing the needs of all stakeholders and environmental protection. In view of the above, the Group’s business objectives are supported by its sustainable development objectives set out in the Sustainable Development and Responsible Business Strategy of the Energa Group. These objectives include:
Responsible development of customer relations – building relationships based on fair practices, transparency and openness, and ensuring top-quality customer service.
Reducing the environmental footprint (while maintaining legal compliance and business competitiveness) through a continuous strive to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency.
Developing the distribution business towards improved reliability and security of supply.
Caring for employees and their safety – working to reduce the number of accidents at work, offering a friendly and safe workplace, improving satisfaction and commitment.
Responsibility towards local communities – supporting communities considering their needs and building of community partnerships, as well as charitable activities.
National responsibility – contribution to the security of the Polish energy system and social development, support for strategic resources.
The Group informs on all corporate social responsibility activities in its CSR reports every year. The 2018 report was prepared according to the Global Reporting Initiative guidelines at the CORE level (considering the indicators included in the supplement for power sector entities). Starting from this year, reporting is done according to new guidelines, the GRI Standard.
The choice of key themes to be covered by the report is based on internal and external stakeholder dialogue and the requirements of the Accounting Act.
This year’s document entitled “Our Responsibility 2018” will span the entire calendar year 2018 and all Energa Group companies.
In line with the requirements of Article 49b of the Accounting Act (Journal of Laws of 1994, No. 121, item 591), non-financial information can be found in the CSR Report published on the Group’s website on 14 March 2019.