Furthermore, we contribute indirectly to SDG 4 (Quality Education) having established a public commitment to reach 0.8 million beneficiaries between 2015 and 2030 and to SDG 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) where we have established a public commitment to reach 1.9 million beneficiaries by 2030 during the same period as part of the social initiatives we carry out.
SDG 12 (Responsible Production and Consumption) is another key concept in the strategy, especially when it is combined with innovation and is introduced into the value chain from the design stage. Under our strategy, we expect 90% of the generation fleet to be circular by 2030 (measured as reduction in materials and fuel consumption over the life cycle vs. 2015 excluding nuclear technology).
Partnerships, which we have fostered traditionally, are becoming more important than ever nowadays. This means we are contributing to the achievement of SDG 17 (Partnerships for the goals). These alliances not only help to rise to the challenge of decarbonisation in the sector, but have also played a key role in coping with the exceptional circumstances experienced as a result of the pandemic, where public-private partnership has become even more crucial.
These are the highest priority SDGs for us and, therefore, the ones on which we focus most. However, we also take decisive action in relation to all SDGs, and have set targets and reported on them since they were introduced. To this end, ENDESA's 2022-2024 Sustainability Plan sets out the roadmap for the coming 3 years for contributing to the 2030 Agenda, thus bringing its sustainability strategy in line with this universal framework.