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Electrica Group launches its first sustainability report

Electrica Group, leader in the distribution and supply of electric energy in Romania, is launching a sustainability report for 2016, which serves as the first non-financial report of the company, a year before the legal deadline.

2017-12-14 12:34:47

Stakeholders have identified the following major interest points: energy efficiency in distribution networks, involvement in social responsibility projects and economic impact.

The report shows that, in 2016, Electrica Group distributed 40 per cent of electric energy at the national level and supplied energy to 3.6 million consumers. Over 55 per cent of the energy supplied to clients on the competitive market came from renewable sources.

Demonstrating its commitment to sustainable development, Electrica allocated over 145 million RON in 2016 for energy efficiency, which represented over 25 per cent of the Group's investment plan.

"With this first reporting exercise, Electrica is reiterating its commitment to build a relationship based on transparency and trust with interested parties," said Catalin Stancu, Electrica's General Director. "At the same time, we are glad to benefit from the active involvement of these parties, as an essential element of a solid partnership. This commitment is also supported by our corporate governance strategy, which is mean to ensure an ethical and responsible environment in the Group's companies."



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