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Corporate Social Responsibility at Enerdata

Since its inception, Enerdata has instilled a culture of respecting individuals, safeguarding the planet, and adopting best practices within its teams. To give tangible shape to these principes, and to advance them further, a "Corporate Social Responsibility" (CSR) approach was initiated in 2019. This approach aimed to formalise the company’s commitment through various charters (anti-corruption, diversity, etc.) and specific action plans.

Key priorities have been defined, aligning with Enerdata's core values, and a steering committee has been established to determine the actions to be executed and to monitor their implementation across our various development units and operational processes.

To ensure the success of this initiative, employees are kept informed and actively engaged in each of these actions.

Our five priorities

Embedding CSR in Enerdata’s management
Enhancing employee development and well-being in the workplace
Reducing our environmental footprint
Developing enduring relationships with our customers and partners
Strengthening our involvement in local community

To validate the alignment of our approach, we sought external assessment to benchmark ourselves against companies in our industry. As a result, we joined the United Nations Global Compact initiative. This initiative revolves around ten principles encompassing four fundamental areas: human rights, international labour standards, the environment, and the fight against corruption. Additionally, it aligns with seventeen sustainable development goals (SDGs).

Our CSR approach has also received certification from the Ecovadis organisation, validating its performance and enabling us to identify areas for improvement.

Additionally, every year, we calculate our environmental footprint and aim to make it increasingly accurate. In 2022-2023, we considered the scopes 1, 2 and 3 (building, travelling - included home to work, consumables, and IT equipment).