Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Our history and close relationship

Our relationship and commitment to the SDGs

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), approved in 2015 by the United Nations (UN), are the guide for Enel Chile's work, which has consolidated its commitment to an increasingly sustainable business model, with the aim of meeting them by 2030.

Enel Chile specifically integrates six of the 17 SDGs in its business plan. This does not exclude the Company's contribution to achieving all the goals. Furthermore, the commitment to the SDGs was the result of the definition of a sustainable business model and, therefore, the Company’s Strategic Plan for sustainable business, which is framed in the energy transition, incorporates the SDGs in the investment decisions of each business line.


Why are SDGs important to us?

For Enel, sustainability means value creation, which is developed by using a model that integrates economic, environmental, social, and governance goals into the business plan, creating long term value for all stakeholders.

This model is put into practice in a plan to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) that guide management throughout the Company and its subsidiaries by means of specific indicators

All the above reflects the way Enel Chile strives to provide value to shareholders, stakeholders, and society as a whole through its business. We contribute to the Sustainable Business Goals related to innovation, infrastructure, and sustainable cities and communities, which in turn are intrinsically linked to climate action.

Therefore, the SDGs have become a compass for our work and have consolidated our commitment to an increasingly sustainable business model.


For more information, review Enel Chile's Sustainability Report here.

Global Compact Site here.