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Sustainable development Energy Cells: priorities, goals and results

As part of the EPSO-G group of energy transmission and exchange companies, our concept of sustainability is inseparable from that of the group as a whole. We understand sustainability as the implementation of the transformation of the energy sector, ensuring a sustainable balance between environmental, social and economic objectives, thus contributing to the creation of a climate-neutral economy.

We are guided by the belief that the principles of sustainability must be integrated into all our activities and processes. We therefore aim to contribute to the overall sustainability of the EPSO-G group by making a contribution commensurate with the size and performance of our company.

Energy Cells contribute to the EPSO-G group's sustainable activities:

Environmental Area

Enabling climate-neutral energy by reducing the environmental impact of activities

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Social Area

Building a progressive organisation which acts in observance of principles of sustainability

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Governance Area

Transparent and efficient management and development of the energy exchange platform

Through our activities, we also aim to contribute directly to the implementation of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by focusing on ensuring access to clean and modern energy, combating climate change, developing modern infrastructure and innovation, safe and decent working conditions, employee well-being and a sustainable supply chain.

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals relevant to our work:

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Goal 8. Decent work and economic growth:
• We actively take care of the safety and health of our employees
• We work to create an organisational culture based on respect for human rights
• We invest in the professional and personal development of our employees
• We ensure clear and transparent principles of employee remuneration

Goal 9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure:
• We ensure reliable and safe operation of the electrical system

Goal 12. Responsible consumption and production
• We strive to apply not only qualitative, but also fair performance and sustainability criteria to business partners
• We ensure responsible sorting and management of waste generated in operations

Goal 13. Climate action
• We assess the environmental impact of our activities, including plans to reduce such impacts
• We use green energy in our activities and seek to electrify our existing car fleet

Sustainability topics relevant to the Energy Cells company

Energy Cells has assessed the significance of sustainability issues relevant to it, involving relevant stakeholders. The survey, conducted in early 2022, involved 17 respondents, including Energy cells employees, suppliers, partners and executives.

Sustainability topics relevant to Energy Cells:

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Long-term goals and results of sustainable activities of Energy Cells

We aim to contribute to the long-term sustainability goals of the EPSO-G Group by 2030. Depending on the specifics of Energy Cells activities:

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Relevant sustainable development goals

Long-term aspiration

Initiatives and results of the year 2021

Enabling of climate-neutral energy by reducing the environmental impact of activities

Climate action

• To carry out an assessment of GHG emissions and environmental impacts, reduce emissions and impacts by 2/3 by 2030

• The company was established in 2021, no GHG inventory has been performed yet

Creation of an innovative, sustainable organisation

Decent work and economic growth

• To ensure 0 cases of human rights violations or discrimination

• To strive for at least 70 percent of employees, producers, suppliers and consumers to consider the company as an open, innovative and sustainable development organisation

• In 2021, the company joined the Equal Opportunities Policy and identified ways to report possible cases of discrimination and human rights violations.

• In 2021, the average value of additional benefits provided to one employee of the company amounted to EUR 684

• In 2021, 100 percent of employees participated in external training at least once

Transparent and efficient management and development of the energy exchange platform

Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Responsible consumption and production

• To ensure the occurrence of 0 cases of corruption

• We will adapt the structure of companies and motivational systems to promote innovation

• To apply green criteria in ongoing public procurement

• To achieve an A+ index of good governance

• In 2021, the company recorded 0 cases of corruption, and the anonymous hotline also received 0 reports of possible employee corruption.

• Results of the employee corruption perceptions survey: what percentage of employees 100 percent recognise and 100 percent negatively evaluate the manifestations of corruption.

• During the reporting period, 100 percent of employees participated in training on corruption prevention, 100 percent of the company's employees were properly informed where to apply if they noticed cases of corruption.

Governance of sustainable activities

The implementation of the principles of sustainable activities in the company is the responsibility of both the company’s management and each member of the team who contributes to change on their own initiative. We coordinate the actions and goals of sustainability with the employees in charge of the sustainability function at EPSO-G’s parent company.

Energy cells is affiliated with and implements the following sustainability policies common to the EPSO-G Group:

Sustainability Policy
Occupational Safety and Health Policy
Equal Opportunities Policy
Environmental Policy
Transparency and Communication Policy
Corruption Prevention Policy
Remuneration, Performance Appraisal and Education Policy
Interest Management Policy
Code of Ethics

Corporate governance



Supplier Code of Conduct


Research and experimental development and guidelines for innovation activities