Our sustainable performance
With our sustainable performance, we are committed to the agreements made in the Paris Climate Act to stay below 2° C global warming. In 2007 we were the first energy company to choose for a sustainable strategy. Read all about our sustainable performances
CDP assesses Eneco with better-than-average score
Eneco among the top 10%
Eneco is among the top 10% within the global energy sector in terms of ESG risk management. ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance and is a widely recognized framework to assess companies on their sustainability performance. Sustainalytics is an international player in assessing ESG risks for companies. At the request of investors, Sustainalytics assesses the efforts made by companies to manage ESG-risks.
Approval by experts at the Science Based Targets initiative
Management of Health Safety Security Environment
We have an overall HSSE (Health Safety Security Environment) management system. This system describes the basic procedures and gives business units the option of implementing additional management systems. For example, our producing assets have a supplementary management system, certified for:
- environmental management (ISO 14001 and / or NTA 8080)
- asset management (ISO55001)
- quality management (9001)
Fuel mix disclosure
Customers expect us to be straightforward about where our sustainable energy comes from. We are completely transparent about this, and list the details on our fuel mix disclosure. This label specifies the sources of the power we supply. The information on our label is verified by the Dutch government via the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM).
Energy that is generated by sustainable means is issued a Guarantee of Origin (GoO). Each MWh of green electricity equals one GoO certificate. Since 2011, we have supplied 100% green electricity to all our private and SME clients.
A share of the electricity supplied to our corporate clients still comes from non-sustainable sources. Some of this ‘grey electricity’ is generated by our gas-fired power stations and heat & power stations, and some of it is sourced from third-party suppliers. We use a so-called import mix for this third-party electricity that indicates where it is sourced from. Unfortunately, we cannot entirely exclude electricity from coal-fired plants and nuclear power stations from this share of our supply.