The publication of Eneva’s first sustainability report following GRI/SASB standards is a key step in moving towards a more comprehensive discussion on the Environmental, Social, and Governance aspects (ESG) of Company wide strategic planning. This content provides an overview of the Company, includes key performance indicators, and details regarding actions developed with stakeholders.
Download the complete report here2019 Sustainability Report
"Alongside our stakeholders, we are driven to find more sustainable solutions that will not jeoparize the stability of the system. In turn, we make a commitment to refrain from developing new coal-powered projects so that we do not compromise the assured energy under our current contracts".
"We will continue to grow responsibly by providing safe energy, creating jobs, income, and continuously monitoring the environmental impacts of our operations. In order to enable this clean energy transition and guarantee the country’s growth, we will continue to expand our business model".
See the presentation letter for the 2019 Sustainability Report written by our CEO Pedro Zinner and by our Chairman Jerson Kelman.2019 Sustainability Report
To formulate Eneva’s materiality matrix the following aspects were taken into consideration: the company's strategic objectives, technical visits, analysis of internal and external documentation such as sectorial studies and reports from companies in the sector, and interviews with the company’s stakeholders, executives and administrators. What resulted from this was a list of 11 themes of greatest impact and influence on our business and that of stakeholders. The most important themes were grouped into five pillars of sustainability and the extent of their coverage was identified, as was the way in which each stakeholder related to each pillar.
One of the most unique characteristics of the Brazilian energy matrixis its enormous potential for expansion of natural gas which, in the pursuit for a low carbon economy, has a fundamental role as a transition fuel, substituting more polluting fossil fuels, and increasing safety and efficiency in the Brazilian electrical system.
We wish to continue leading the development of projects that deliver energy that is safe, stable and accessible to society. By 2024 we will have invested approximately R$1.9 billion to close the energy production cycle at the Parnaiba I and II power plants, by developing the Parnaiba V and VI installations. The Azulão-Jaguatirica integrated project means that a significant part of the diesel -fuelled production that supplies Roraima state can be disconnected. The Jaguatirica II power plant will run on natural gas extracted and produced in the Azulão field, in the state of Amazonas.
Find out more about Strategic Management, and where we are growing, in the Sustainability Report.2019 Sustainability Report
Innovation is the pillar of our mission, and it is ingrained into our work culture. We believe that the value and perpetuity of our business fundamentally depends on our ability to create and leverage synergies between technology and energy generation. We aim to increase the efficiency of our operations and foster new growth opportunities for the future.
Obtain the 2019 Sustainability Report and see our pillars and portfolio of innovation.2019 Sustainability Report