ENAP Holding acknowledges Sustainable Development as one of the four cornerstones of its Strategic Plan and channels its value proposition to becoming a company integrated with the community and environmentally accountable. Within the framework of the impact assessment, it is necessary to examine whether the effects of a project correspond to sustainable development in accordance with the German legislation. The central reference point for the audit is the German Sustainability Strategy with its goals and management rules

Type of content: Assets
Type of asset:
Big data potential
Policy domains: Environment & Energy
Phase in the policy cycle:
Policy Monitoring and Evaluation
Implementation/customisation cost
Open license availability
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Tags: Performance Measurement
SWOT Analysis for
Helpful Harmful
Strengths• Has established a Policy of Corporate Sustainability
• The policy establishes the framework for the management of Sustainable Development, based on international standards and certification protocols.
• Ensures:
o Compliance with legislation
o Ethical behaviour
o Shared creation of value
o Occupational health and safety
o Contribution to society
o Involvement in the development of the community
o Customer's satisfaction
o Fair operational and labour practices
o Respect to human rights and safe
o Socially and environmentally responsible operations, consistent with a preventive and eco-efficiency approach.
Weaknesses• Demand for computing continues to skyrocket, with millions more people coming online every month, and data centre capacity continues to expand to meet this need
• State deregulation
Opportunities• Sustainable development
• Create awareness and organise the companies in managing their business in a socially responsible manner, supporting their leaders and collaborators to implement the logic of Sustainable Development into their strategy.
• Strengthen inter-relationships with the stakeholders in the areas where it operates under shared guidelines, previously defined and known by everyone involved.
Threats• Challenges posed by climate change
• Population growth
• Humanity is consuming natural resources at an astonishing rate. During the 20th century, global raw material use rose at about twice the rate of population growth.
• State deregulation


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