The agreement is part of Solarpack's commitment to consolidate ESG best practices in all areas of its business
Solarpack has become a member of Forética, a leading organisation in sustainability and corporate social responsibility in Spain.
With this alliance, Solarpack reaffirms its strong commitment to consolidate best practices in sustainability in all areas of its activity, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the strategy defined in the Sustainability Plan for the years 2021 to 2023.
Contributing to the energy transition and improving the environment is a clear ESG objective of Solarpack, whose purpose is to "Accelerate the transition towards clean and affordable energy for all". However, it is not the only one, as social and governance are key factors of its strategy.
Solarpack's sustainability priorities are also articulated around issues such as inclusion, human rights and the health and safety of their employees. Moreover, its corporate governance structure seeks to promote diversity, equality and best practices in decision-making and company management.
Forética is the leading organisation in sustainability and corporate social responsibility in Spain. Its mission is to integrate social, environmental and good governance aspects into the strategy and management of companies and organisations. It currently has more than 200 members. It is also the representative of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development in Spain and leads the Spanish Business Council for Sustainable Development, made up of Presidents and CEOs of the main Spanish companies.
In this sense, Solarpack joins this reference organization with a spirit of collaboration, transparency and open communication to learn and exchange experiences with other companies on the best way to integrate ESG criteria.
"This alliance reinforces our firm commitment to sustainability in general and to environmental, social and governance factors in particular, which are a strategic priority in all of the company's activities," says Pablo Burgos, CEO of the company.
Germán Granda, CEO of Forética shares that "From Forética, we work with our partners on a triple objective: to increase business ambition in sustainability; to accelerate action to address ESG challenges; and to strengthen alliances that allow us to face a sustainable, green and inclusive recovery. With the addition of Solarpack, we increase our network of more than 200 partners, driving forward the ambitious sustainability goals ahead.
Solarpack has recently been classified as low-risk (11.6) by Sustainalytics, the prestigious ESG rating agency, placing the company among the top five companies in the world in the renewable sector and among the top eight in the utilities sector companies