2021 Sustainability Report

Sustainability is an integral part of everything we do. To illustrate this, for the third year in a row, we have prepared our Sustainability Report based on GRI/SASB standards. Furthermore, in our strategy and in this report, we started to lay out the Sustainable Development Objectives (SDGs) that are priorities for our operations and in our relationships. The Report gives an outline of Eneva, that includes key performance indicators, and sets out in detail the actions taken with our stakeholders.

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Letter from Management

  • Pedro Zinner

    CEO of Eneva

    We are committed to keeping our company healthy, innovative and efficient, with the ability to meet the highest expectations of all stakeholders. As we look to the chapter that will come after the pandemic, we are optimistic and confident in our 2030 Vision, to be the leading integrated energy company in generating value.

  • Jerson Kelman

    Chairman of Eneva

    We ended 2021 proud of the work we did before and during the pandemic and, even in a difficult environment, we consider that the year was extraordinary for Eneva. Despite the turmoil, we reaffirm the success of our business model and our capital allocation.

Sustainable Growth

Our aim is to grow in a sustainable way. We want lead energy transitioning fairly and inclusively, with energy that produces value. In achieve this we have undertaken a comprehensive process of defining materiality to find out the most relevant issues to our operations. The cross reference illustrates the most relevant issues – later corelated with the GRI, SASB and SDG indices.


Strategic pillar Tema material Material theme
Local development Contribution to local socioeconomic development      
Engagement with local communities, traditional peoples and vulnerable groups
Governance and transparency Ethics, integrity and prevention against corruption    
Energy security and contribution for access to energy
People and relationships Health and safety of employees and contractors    
Promotion of healthy work relationships
Efficient environmental management Pollution prevention        
Emission management
Biodiversity protection and respect for the biome
Climate strategy

Our Commitment to ESG

Over the last few years we have invested in improving our performance by adopting ESG principles and, in both our operations and strategic plan, looking for balance between the three pillars of sustainability - environmental, social and economical. we launched our Eneva ESG 2030 Commitments, with long-term commitment between 2030 to 2050.

ESG Commitments based on three interdependent components and nine ODS priorities


Our employees, our greatest asset, have been critical for the positive outcomes in our business and will be essential for reaching our strategy, which includes various ESG criteria. To achieve this, we have invested in mounting an organization adept at meeting current challenges, strengthening our meritocratic culture and an increasingly inclusive environment.

In 2021, we promoted over 370,000 hours of training in Health, Safety and Environment in all our operating units, both with direct employees and subcontractors.

We have improved our Knowledge Academy, a portal that brings together over 90 kinds of training for our employees.

Social Responsibility

Our main assets are primarily located in the interior of the country, close to countries with low score on the SPI (Social Progress Index), according to a report put together by Imazon (Amazon Institute of People and the Environment). Our contribution in developing the area around our operations, with actions that aim to improve quality of life, create jobs and increase income, is part of our strategy from the moment of designing our business model and selecting the location for our operations.

Our social programs are focussed on three main points:

In 2021, over 9,000 people were directly or indirectly impacted by our social projects, in 4 states, 14 counties, totalling 75,000 people impacted over our business history

Production of 17 tons of organic products coming from projects supported by the company in local communities and public schools.

Regional Development

We have paid out royalties to the value of R$196,111,969 to the Union, states and municipalities of Maranhão and Amazonas.

R$174 million has been allocated in products and services from local businesses, with R$65 million in Amazonas, R$8 million in Ceará, R$100 million in Maranhão, and R$790 thousand in Roraima.

Environmental Conservation

In 2021, we put into practice 13 new KPIs focussed on maintaining air quality, on monitoring effluents, on disposing of residues sustainably and increasing reforestation programs. In this way, our Environmental Management System boasts 42 KPIs on tactical, operational and strategic levels.

We launched the Reforestation Program that recovers old garbage dumps in Lima Campos county (MA), transforming the landscape that was once devastated.

509 ha of Legal Reserve (voluntary and mandatory).

Our commitment to the Environment

30% reduction in GHG emissions, in Roraima’s energy matrix with the implementation of Azulão-Jaguatirica integrated project

Gold in the Brazilian GHG Protocol Program

Joining the Carbon Efficient Index ICO2 B3

Joining the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) with scores C and B for Climate and Water respectively

Investment of R$11.8 million in innovation and R&D projects aimed at improving the assets and new technologies.

Corporate Governance

We are commited to the best governance practices through several fronts. We are listed in the Novo Mercado segment of B3, which includes companies committed to standards beyond legal requirements, in addition to integrate the IBRX100 indexes – an indicator of the average performance of the 100 most representative assets – and the Ibovespa, which gathers the most important companies in the Brazilian capital market.

The full reports

Download the current report:

Sustainability Report 2021

Download reports from previous years:

Sustainability Report 2020 Sustainability Report 2019