United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)
Enel Chile, through its subsidiaries Enel Distribución and Enel Generación, has joined the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC). The Group’s commitment to sustainability, is because of its adherence to the ten fundamental principles on Human Rights, Labor Relations, Environmental Protection, and Anti-Corruption. Enel Chile, part of the Enel Group, is committed to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are reflected in our corporate strategy and actions.
It should be noted that Enel's CEO from 2015 to 2021 has been a member of the Board of Directors of the United Nations Global Compact, promoting the commitment to support sustainability.
In 2019, due to the critical importance of climate change at the international level, the Group committed to limiting global temperature increase to 1.5°C from pre-industrial levels and achieving zero emissions by 2050.
Enel Chile, through Enel Generación Chile, has two organizations responsible for channeling efforts to promote education and other emerging social needs; such as environmental protection, recovery and defense of cultural heritage, social cooperation, and scientific research, among other issues.
A non-profit private foundation. Its mission is to promote, strengthen, and consolidate the efficient and sustainable use of energy by linking relevant players, nationally and internationally, and implementing public-private initiatives in the different sectors of energy consumption, contributing to the country’s competitive and sustainable development.
Center for Research and Technological Transfer in Irrigation and Agricultural Climatology, is a technological center which main objective is to satisfy the growing needs of the agricultural sector, regarding areas including irrigation, Agroclimatology, precision agriculture, and climate change. Its mission is to transfer the results of its activities to the productive sector and support undergraduate and postgraduate teaching at the University of Talca’s Agricultural Sciences School.
Entrepreneurs of the Pehuenche Route, San Clemente district, Maule Region, Chile.
Created for the purpose of generating a strong bond between the students of the Litueche, La Estrella, and Las Cabras districts with Rapel Lake.
Non-profit association that actively participates in sustainable development and promotes the best of each community through processes of accompaniment, advising, training, and collaborative actions that improve self-sufficiency, self-development, productivity, and the protection of natural resources.
Higher Education Corporation of the 27 post-secondary institutions that make up the Council of Rectors of Chilean Universities (CRUCH). Founded in 1981, after the merger of the former headquarters of the Universidad de Chile and the Universidad Técnica del Estado (UTE), it has progressively become one of the main national referents of public and non-profit higher education, being classified by recent ranking measurements as the best regional state university.
CITEC is a development and technology transfer unit of the Universidad del Bío-Bío. It carries out research, development, and technology transfer activities in the areas of science and construction technology. Its main subject is the Physics of Construction, Architecture, and Sustainable Construction.