- The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) once again praised the company's leadership in risk mitigation posed by climate change, promoting renewable energy development and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
- This year Enel Chile improved its rating from B to -A
Santiago, December 14, 2022– Enel Chile received a score of -A, the highest since it took part in the Carbon Disclosure Project. Enel Chile received praise from the global non-profit environmental platform composed of companies recognized as world leaders in their corporate response to climate change. This vital recognition acknowledges its actions to reduce emissions, mitigate climate risks, and the development of a low-carbon economy.
"Being on the CDP Climate List is another important recognition of our strategy and the company's ongoing commitment to the fight against climate change. One of the most urgent challenges we face today requires coordinated, effective, and concrete measures from companies in all sectors and the different political and social actors", said Fabrizio Barderi, general manager of Enel Chile.
CDP currently uses a detailed, independent method to assess companies, assigning a score from A to D- based on disclosure, knowledge, and management of environmental risks. The CDP also acknowledges the best practices associated with environmental leadership, such as setting ambitious and meaningful targets.
The CDP's annual environmental rating and disclosure process is a crucial standard of corporate ecological transparency. This year, more than 680 investors with more than $130 billion in assets requested companies to disclose data on environmental impacts, risks, and opportunities through CDP's platform.