Enel involvement in the World Economic Forum (WEF)

The International Business Council (IBC) of the World Economic Forum has developed a report entitled “Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism: Towards Common Metrics and Consistent Reporting of Sustainable Value Creation”, with the aim of defining shared common metrics to measure, report and compare levels of sustainability, i.e. the effectiveness of its actions in pursuing the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations (SDGs), in the business model adopted to create value for stakeholders.
The metrics are based on existing standards and seek to increase convergence and comparability between the various parameters used today in sustainability reports.
The following table gives the 21 main indicators specified in the WEF report.

WEF Integrated Annual Report 2020
Pillar Theme 21 CORE KPIs KPIs representing the 21 CORE KPIs of the WEF 2020 Chapter/Section reporting all KPIs and disclosure on the 21 CORE KPIs of the WEF
Principles of Governance
Governing purpose Setting purpose     Enel is Open Power
Quality of governing body Governance body composition No. of women on Board 4 Corporate boards” section in Governance” chapter
Stakeholder engagement Material issues impacting stakeholders     Basis of Presentation” chapter
Ethical behavior Anti-corruption Employees with training in anti-corruption policies and procedures (%) 40.0 Values and pillars of corporate ethics section in Governance chapter
Confirmed violations for conflict of interest/corruption (no.) 2
Protected ethics advice and reporting mechanisms Reports received for violations of Code of Ethics 151 Values and pillars of corporate ethics section in Governance chapter
Risk and opportunity oversight Integrating risk and opportunity into business process     Risk management section in Strategy & Risk Management chapter
Planet
Climate change Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions Direct greenhouse gas emissions - Scope 1 (million/teq) 45.26 Fighting climate change and ensuring environmental sustainability section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Indirect greenhouse gas emissions - Scope 2 Purchase of electricity from the grid (location based) (million/teq) 1.43
Indirect greenhouse gas emissions - Scope 2 Purchase of electricity from the grid (market based) (million/teq) 2.28
Indirect greenhouse gas emissions - Scope 2 - Distribution grid losses (location based) (million/teq) 3.56
Indirect greenhouse gas emissions - Scope 3 (million/teq) 47.70
TCFD implementation     Governance, Strategy & Risk Management, Performance & Metrics and Outlook” chapters
Nature loss Land use and ecological sensitivity No. of protected areas 187 Fighting climate change and ensuring environmental sustainability section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Fresh water availability Water consumption and withdrawals in water-stressed areas Water withdrawals (millions of m3) 51.5 Fighting climate change and ensuring environmental sustainability section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Water withdrawals in water-stressed areas (%) 22.9
Total water consumption (millions of m3) 20.4
Water consumption in water-stressed areas (%) 31.6
People
Dignity and equality Diversity and inclusion Women as proportion of total employees (%) 21.5 People centricity section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Pay equality Equal Remuneration Ratio (%) 83.3 People centricity section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Wage level CEO Pay Ratio (%) (1) 146  
Risk for incidents of child, forced or compulsory labor Assessment of protection of child labor and compliance with ban on forced labor in the supply chain   Values and pillars of corporate ethics section in Governance chapter
Health and well-being Health and safety Fatal accidents - Enel (no.) 1 People centricity section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Frequency of fatal accidents - Enel (i.) 0.008
High consequence accidents - Enel (no.) 3
Frequency of high consequence accidents - Enel (i.) 0.024
Skills for the future Training provided Average hours of training per employee (hrs/person) 40.9 People centricity section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Employee training costs (millions of euro) 19
Prosperity
Employment and wealth generation Absolute number and rate of employment People hired (no.) 3,131 People centricity section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Hiring rate (%) 4.7
Terminations (no.) 3,696
Turnover (%) 6.0
Economic contribution     Value created and distributed to stakeholders section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Financial investment contribution Total investment (millions of euro) 10,197 Analysis of the Groups financial position and financial structure section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Purchase of treasury shares and dividends paid 4,755 Consolidated financial statements
Innovation in better products and services Total R&D expenses Investment in R&D (millions of euro) 111 Innovation and digitalization section in Performance & Metrics chapter
Community and social vitality Total tax paid Total tax paid (millions of euro)(2) 4,245 Value created and distributed to stakeholders section in Performance & Metrics chapter

(1) Ratio of total remuneration of the CEO/General Manager of Enel and the average gross annual remuneration of Enel employees (CEO Pay Ratio equal to 143% in 2019).
(2) The amount represents “total taxes borne”, which is costs for taxes borne by the Group. For more information, see the 2020 Sustainability Report and the Consolidated Non-Financial Statement.