Endesa´s commitment to the development of communities is part of the company's Creating Shared Value Policy, which combines the company's objectives with the priorities of local stakeholders, strengthening local projects and assets through roots and acceptance to allow for the long-term sustainability of the business. We are therefore building a business model that is integrated with society, creating profitable solutions, addressing social needs and fostering mutually beneficial relationships that leave no one behind.
The application of the CSV Process translates into a CSV Plan formed by sustainability projects aligned with the needs of stakeholders and in partnership with them, with the aim of promoting sustainable development, social inclusion, fairness and local roots.
How is the application of the CSV model implemented?
In order to carry out this work we organise a cross-disciplinary team with which we analyse the environment (local or general) where the asset or project with which we are going to work is located and identify the relevant stakeholders.
In addition to analysing the environmental, social and regulatory aspects and critical factors of the environment of the asset or project, through an active dialogue, we gather the concerns and interests of the communities. We then jointly agree a CSV Plan with the stakeholders that addresses their concerns and generates dialogue, trust and value for all parties.