With our energy resources management, we promote energy generation with alternatives sources, such as the sun and the wind.
GRI (103-1) Energy generation, a fundamental basis for the sustainable development of our planet, has allows us to transform the Company’s Strategy and consolidate generation from renewable sources as our greatest growth commitment and to remain over the time. This is how the protection and conservation of water resources, the large-scale use of the wind and solar potential of the territories, and the use of low-emission fuels are Celsia’s purpose, taking care of every detail, assessing the possible impacts on climate change and natural resources, as well as the risks that they entail in the development of our operations.
GRI (103-2) We have an Environmental Policy, We have an Environmental Policy, which describes our commintment with the rational use of natural resources and the conservation of the environment, promoting the use of low-carbon energy and diversifying our range of products and services to improve people’s quality of life. Within its guidelines, the Policy contemplates the conservation of hydrographic watershed in the areas of influence, as well as initiatives for the efficient use of water and the assessment of water risk in our operations, the measurement of the water footprint, and the management of projects to improve the water supply for the different uses within the value chain.
These are our short-, medium- and long-term challenges:
Energy-Generation Matrix: This is the X-ray of how the generation portfolio is balanced among different sources, in our case, hydro, wind, solar and thermal.
Energy Resources: The means or resources that nature offers us and from which, through an industrial process, we obtain some form of energy that can be directly used by the consumer or by some productive activity.
Non-Consumptive Use: The use of water without consumption of the resource; it is returned to the environment from which it was extracted.