Enel Chile upgraded to Silver Class in the S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook 2021

Published on Monday, 8 February 2021

  • The prestigious Sustainability yearbook had already included the company in previous years. This time, it received praise for its performance among its peers in the global industry and ESG metrics.


Santiago, February 8, 2021. Enel Chile was confirmed in The Sustainability Yearbook 2021, an annual study that compares listed companies' sustainability performance based on a competitive evaluation. The Yearbook included Enel Chile within the Silver Class for its excellent performance, ranging between 1% and 5% of its industry's most sustainable companies worldwide. Enel Chile is the only Latin American electrical company in this position.

Paolo Pallotti, CEO of Enel Chile, said: "This recognition, which allows us to advance to the Silver category from last year's Bronze, highlights the continuous improvement in our performance with the environment, society, and good corporate governance practices. We work with sustainability at the center of our business model, leading a fair and inclusive energy transition that contributes to the country's development".

Manjit Jus, global manager of ESG research and data S&P Globa, said: "We congratulate Enel Chile on its Silver Class recognition in The Sustainability Yearbook 2021. This honor showcases the best-performing companies among their industry peers and in terms of financially important ESG metrics. With more than 7,000 companies evaluated, a listing in the Yearbook is a true statement of excellence in corporate sustainability".

Since 2004, the Sustainability Yearbook has showcased the world's largest companies' performance in each industry. The Sustainability Yearbook 2021 aims to distinguish companies that have demonstrated their strengths in this area. Overall scores of evaluated companies' are published on the Yearbook's website.

Sustainability rankings are strategic tools to help investors identify risks and opportunities linked to sustainability in their investment portfolio—also, a roadmap for the company's commitment to meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals.