Enel Chile's participation in ESG Indexes and Rankings

  • Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI): In 2020, Enel Chile ranked first in the three categories it participates: Emerging Markets, Mercado Integrado de la Alianza del Pacifico (MILA) and Chile. Enel Chile in just three years of participation in the DJSI ranked fifth in the industry in the energy sector worldwide in this year involvement. The score obtained by Enel Chile places it among the best companies in the world, achieving scores above 90/100 in 67% of the criteria.
  • FTSE4 GOOD: London Stock Exchange sustainability index ranks the best companies according to their performance in areas such as the fight against climate change, governance, respect for human rights, and anti-corruption measures. Enel Chile has been included in this ranking for the fourth consecutive year in the Emerging Markets and Latin America categories.
  • Vigeo-Eiris: Enel Chile was for the fourth consecutive year included in the Vigeo-Eiris "Best Emerging Markets Performers" ranking in the area of utilities, including best-performing companies in emerging markets with a "best in class" approach.
  • MSCI ESG Indexes: These indexes seek to generate common perspectives on ESG investments, and serve as a benchmark for investors on the ESG performance of companies. Into 2020, Enel Chile received the AA classification, among the various sustainability stock market indexes offered by this entity.
  • Sustainalytics: International provider of sustainability risk assessments for investors, which has classified Enel Chile, with a score of 26.2, which means, the lower score implies less risk, ranking within 14% of companies with the lowest risk in the global electricity industry.
  • ISS ESG: Enel Chile was highlighted in the top 12% of best performance among the 125 companies in the electricity sector worldwide by ISS ESG Corporate Rating, receiving the ranking of a PRIME company for its sustainability performance. This result is the product of the good results obtained in a very demanding evaluation carried out by ISS through more than 100 questions based on public information and reflects that Enel Chile's integrated business model meets the requirements in terms of sustainability performance.