The Integrated Management System for Health, Safety, Energy and the Environment outlines the responsibilities, procedures and tools necessary to pursue company programmes and achieve environmental objectives. The adoption of the management systems aims to continuously improve performance by identifying appropriate technological and managerial measures that can save energy, reduce environmental impact and prevent occupational diseases, injuries and accidents in the workplace. Enipower has implemented: Environmental Management Systems in accordance with standard ISO 14001:2015 and in compliance with the EMAS regulation, an Energy Management System in accordance with standard ISO 50001:2011, and a Management System in compliance with regulation BS OHSAS 18001:2007.
Energy production, efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions and accident rates: the key figures for 2019.
Annual electricity production
Heat energy produced by combined cycles (1,844,204)
Investments in energy efficiency
Direct CO2 emissions
400 g CO2/ kWheq
GHG emission factor
Total recorded injuries/1000 working hours per year
In full compliance with applicable laws and in accordance with its Code of Ethics, Model 231 and Eni policies, Enipower and all its structures operate in pursuit of the sustainable management of social and environmental aspects in as much as these relate to products and services in all areas of business.
Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics outlines the key values that guide Eni's actions. All Eni personnel, together with those who operate to achieve its objectives, are required to comply with the Code of Ethics. Integrity and transparency are the principles that guide Eni's actions when outlining an administrative and control structure appropriate to its size, complexity and operational structure, when adopting an effective internal auditing system, and when communicating with shareholders and other stakeholders. These values are set forth in the Code of Ethics, approved by Eni's Board of Directors on 14 March 2008, which replaces the previous Code of Practice written in 1998, updated on 10 April 2014 and most recently on 23 November 2017. Directors, statutory auditors, management and, generally speaking, all Eni employees, as well as all those who operate in Italy and internationally to pursue Eni's objectives, are required to comply with the principles found in the Code of Ethics, within the scope of their own roles and responsibilities. The Code of Ethics provides tangible behavioural policies, so that the principles found in the code can serve as a practical guide for company operations. Enipower's governance system is based on sharing the values, rules and responsibilities sanctioned by the Eni Code of Ethics.
Environmental Statements by Enipower, Enipower Mantova and Sef are issued in compliance with the EMAS regulation and are updated annually. These documents are published on the website and describe our environmental policy, key environmental aspects, objectives and targets as well as environmental data for significant aspects and all environmental actions.
Enipower publishes its Sustainability Report annually. The document describes the actions that define the application of a sustainable development model. The goal of generating value for the community, in the present and, above all, in the future, is achieved by focusing on aspects concerning corporate social responsibility and environmental protection.