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Main ESG indices and rankings in which Enel Américas participates
Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI)
In 2021, Enel Américas was included in the three categories in which it participates Emerging Markets, Integrated Market of the Pacific Alliance (MILA) and Chile. The Company obtained 85 points, which places it among the best companies worldwide, achieving in more than 63% of the criteria scores above 90 out of a maximum of 100, standing out with maximum scores in areas such as Materiality, Risk and Crisis Management, Innovation Management, Environmental Reporting, Water Risk, Social Reporting, Human Capital Development and Corporate Citizenship and Philanthropy.
Sustainability Yearbook 2022
For the fourth consecutive year, the Company was confirmed in The Sustainability Yearbook 2022 and was again distinguished within the Bronze Class, for its excellent performance, ranking between the top 5% and 10% of the most sustainable companies in its industry worldwide.
In the evaluation published in December 2021, Enel Américas was once again included in this ranking in the Emerging Markets and Latin America categories, with 4.2 points out of a maximum score of 5. This series of indexes (FTSE4Good) is designed to measure the performance of companies that demonstrate sound environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices. It is worth noting that two assessments of Enel Americas were conducted in 2021, one in January, which was done with information from 2019 and another in November, with information from the company during the 2020 fiscal year.
Moody's ESG Solutions
For the fourth consecutive year, Enel Américas was included in Moody's ESG Solutions' (previously Vigeo-Eiris) Best Emerging Markets Performers ranking in the utilities sector, which considers the best-performing companies in emerging markets with a "best-in-class" approach. For its part, in the evaluation update as of May 2021, the Company obtained 56 points.
MSCI ESG Indexes
Since 2019, Enel Américas has received an AA rating as part of the various sustainability stock market indexes offered by this entity. MSCI's ESG assessments aim to measure the long-term financial resilience of companies to material ESG risks.
Enel Américas was evaluated with a score of 15.8 points in December 2021, placing it within the 4% of companies with the lowest risk in the global electricity industry.
Enel Américas is distinguished by the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) with a B assessment, in its first participation in this initiative of voluntary reporting of actions to address climate change. CDP is a recognized non-profit organization that through its disclosure framework evaluates performance in the fight against climate change on a scale from A to D. CDP's annual environmental disclosure and rating process is widely recognized as the gold standard for corporate environmental transparency. In 2021, more than 590 investors with over US$110 billion in assets and more than 200 major buyers with US$5.5 trillion in procurement spend requested that companies disclose data on environmental impacts, risks and opportunities through CDP's platform.