How do we implement our materiality analysis?

Since 2013, we have adopted a process to define our “material” (or significant) issues, by following the Guidelines of the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative), an international reference entity on the issues of sustainability accounting.

Today, in addition to the most recent version of the GRI standards, we also need to consider the provisions under Italian Legislative Decree 254/2016 on the communication of non-financial information, which came into effect with reporting relating to 2017.

Terna's Materiality

GRI standards

  • Identifying areas relevant for business purposes
  • Priorities internal stakeholders
  • Priorities external stakeholders

D.Lgs. 254/2016

Issues relevant in the context of:

  • Environment
  • Social
  • Issues relating to personnel
  • Human rights
  • Fight against active and passive corruption
CREDIT PROVIDERS MEDIA AND OPINION MAKERS COMMUNITY PUBLIC DECISION-MAKERS AND AUTHORITIES LOCAL COMMUNI- TIES SHAREHOLDERS ELECTRICITY SYSTEM OPERATORS COSTUMERS OF NON REGULATED ACTIVITIES REGULATORS OF CONCESSIONS SUPPLIERS BUSINESS PARTNER TERNA'S PEOPLE OPERATING AND BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT PUBLIC AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT

Our approach in building and consolidating a long-lasting relationship of reciprocal trust with our main stakeholder groups.

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