- The document certifies that the energy consumed by Enel customers is equivalent to that generated by the Group through renewable sources.
- Energy generation through renewable sources is a major contribution to the global challenge of the fighting against climate change.
Lima, January 16th, 2020.- Enel Peru presented six Peruvian companies with the “Green Seal,” the country's first certification that recognizes energy consumption equivalent to energy production through renewable sources. In other words, these companies have proved that their electricity consumption is equivalent to the energy generated by Enel through renewable sources. The generation of electricity through renewable sources is in line with Enel's strategy to decarbonize its energy matrix and transform it into a renewable-source-exclusive energy matrix in the future; and in the commitment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 13, Climate Action.
After an audit process, in charge of the SGS company, Enel Peru managed to certify the total production of 4.8 TWh of water energy in 2018. This, in turn, allows the company to recognize that its customers use electricity equivalent to said renewable production. The clients that managed to obtain this certification were Ajinomoto, Nestlé, Falabella Group, Molycop, Indeco, and BSH Perú.
“Currently, the purpose of companies no longer resides only in achieving good financial results, but also in creating strategies that have a positive impact on society. In that context, the Green Seal represents an opportunity for our clients, since they can certify to their stakeholders that they are committed to responsible, clean and competitive electricity consumption”, said María del Pilar Matto, Head of Front Office and Commercialization of Enel Peru.
The Green Seal is an incentive given to the most relevant free clients of Enel Peru who have the initiative to collaborate in a national team of #EmpresasConPropósito (#CompaniesWithPurpose), aware of the fact that we will only be able to make a positive impact in our context if we join forces. Not only does this provide value at a reputation level, but it can also contribute to the achievement of its sustainability goals.
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