Amber Grid’s sustainability objective is to transform the energy sector by striking a sustainable balance between environmental, social, and economic objectives. In doing so, we want to contribute to the creation of a climate-neutral economy.
Sustainability and risk management
he company has integrated sustainability principles into its business processes, and the management of sustainability domains by competency covers all levels.
The Company's Board of Directors is responsible for the formulation, review and monitoring of long-term strategic sustainability objectives and indicators. The Board also approves policies on the environment, equal opportunities, health and safety of employees, prevention of corruption, remuneration, performance evaluation and development. Within its remit, the Board also approves the company's annual objectives, which include sustainability-related objectives.
The Board of Directors also approves a list of risks at Group level, which includes risks related to sustainability: risks of non-compliance with occupational health and safety requirements, lack of adequate skills of employees, risks of turnover, risks of motivation, risks of damage caused by natural disasters, etc. The results of the monitoring of the implementation of the identified risks and of the risk management plan are regularly reported to the company's CEO, the Board of Directors and the Audit Committee, in accordance with the competence of each of them.
The Group Sustainability Development Manager is responsible for monitoring and coordinating the achievement of the Group's sustainability objectives. Meanwhile, within the company, the relevant environmental, social and governance objectives are delegated to the different functional units of the company (e.g. environmental, work safety, human resources, risk and compliance management, etc.) according to their competences. The company has delegated a separate person responsible for ensuring equal opportunities within the company.
The sustainability-related policies mentioned in this report are publicly available. Details on the policies are available: