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Sustainability reporting

Integrated reporting

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Integrated reporting combines annual report and sustainability report. Since 2014, we have been informing our stakeholders about all sustainability activities in the integrated annual report. We follow the recommendations of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC; since 2021 Value Reporting Foundation) and strive for a holistic presentation of our corporate performance in one report.

Through our regular materiality analysis process, we ensure that all key topics from the previous fiscal year are included in the Integrated Annual Report. We present our financial and non-financial corporate goals in the dimensions of finance, strategy, customers and society, employees and the environment. We measure the achievement of our targets on the basis of top performance indicators.

Our integrated reporting also includes the non-financial declaration, the GRI Content Index and the TCFD Index.

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Non-financial declaration

We have incorporated the entire required content of the non-financial declaration into the Integrated Annual Report 2023. For a tabular presentation of this content, please see the index to the non-financial declaration of the EnBW Group and EnBW AG.

Aspects
Themes
Concepts, results and measures
TOPKey performance indicators
TOPKey performance indicators
Target achievement 2023
Forecast 2024
Forecast 2024
Oportunities and risks
Oportunities and risks
Aspects
Description of the business model
Themes
-
Concepts, results and measures
p. 17 f.
TOPKey performance indicators
-
Forecast 2024
-
Oportunities and risks
-
Aspects
Materiality analysis
Themes
-
Concepts, results and measures
p. 43
TOPKey performance indicators
-
Forecast 2024
-
Oportunities and risks
-
Aspects
EU taxonomy
Concepts, results and measures
p. 107 ff.
TOPKey performance indicators
-
Forecast 2024
-
Oportunities and risks
-
Aspects
Fighting corruption and bribary
Themes
Compliance
Concepts, results and measures
p. 39 ff.
p. 55 f.
TOPKey performance indicators
-
Forecast 2024
-
Oportunities and risks
p. 134
Aspects
Social issues
Themes
Corporate Citizenship
Concepts, results and measures
p. 44 ff.
TOPKey performance indicators
-
Forecast 2024
-
Oportunities and risks
p. 134
Aspects
Respect for human rights
Themes
Procurement
Concepts, results and measures
p. 52 ff.
TOPKey performance indicators
-
Forecast 2024
-
Oportunities and risks
p. 134 f.
Aspects
Standing in society
Themes
Reputation
TOPKey performance indicators
TOPReputation Index
Concepts, results and measures
p. 42 ff.
p. 87
TOPKey performance indicators
p. 87
Forecast 2024
p. 127
Oportunities and risks
p. 135
Aspects
Customer satisfaction
Themes
Customer proximity
TOPKey performance indicators
TOPCustomer Satisfaction Index
Concepts, results and measures
p. 42 ff.
p. 87 ff.
TOPKey performance indicators
p. 88
Forecast 2024
p. 127
Oportunities and risks
p. 135
Aspects
Supply quality
Themes
Supply reliability
TOPKey performance indicators
TOPSAIDI Electricity
Concepts, results and measures
p. 92
TOPKey performance indicators
p. 92
Forecast 2024
p. 127
Oportunities and risks
p. 135
Aspects
Environmental issues
Themes
Expansion of Renewable Energies
TOPKey performance indicators
TOPInstalled output of RE and share of generation capacity accounted for by RE
Concepts, results and measures
p. 17 ff.
p. 26 ff.
p. 93 ff.
TOPKey performance indicators
p. 93 f.
Forecast 2024
p. 128
Oportunities and risks
p. 135
Themes
CO₂ intensity / climate protection
TOPKey performance indicators
TOPCO₂ intensity
Concepts, results and measures
p. 17 ff.
p. 26 ff.
p. 95 ff.
TOPKey performance indicators
p. 95 ff.
Forecast 2024
p. 128
Oportunities and risks
p.135 f.
Aspects
Employee issues
Themes
Engagement of employees
TOPKey performance indicators
TOPPeople Engagement Index (PEI)
Concepts, results and measures
p. 101 ff.
TOPKey performance indicators
p. 101
Forecast 2024
p. 128
Oportunities and risks
p. 136
Themes
Occupational safety
TOPKey performance indicators
TOPLTIF for companies controlled by the Group
Concepts, results and measures
p. 104 ff.
TOPKey performance indicators
p. 105
Forecast 2024
p. 129
Oportunities and risks
p. 136

Non-financial declaration of the EnBW Group and EnBW AG

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GRI Content Index

The GRI Standards published by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) are a comprehensive set of standards for sustainability reporting with management approaches and specified disclosures in order to assess an organisation’s environmental, economic and social performance.

The reporting of sustainability issues is based on the GRI Standards, including the Electric Utilities Sector Supplement. EnBW has reported for the period from January 1 to December 31, 2023 in compliance with the GRI standards. Our sustainability reporting also complies with the Communication on Progress (COP) requirements for the UN Global Compact and is based to an increasing extent on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

We have continuously enhanced the identification of material topics in recent years, together with their integration into the strategy development process. Material aspects are identified on the basis of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) IR Framework and the GRI Standards for sustainability reporting. Further current developments are taken into account in the identification of future focal topics, such as the work of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) on climate-related risk reporting.

We have prepared all management approaches and indicators in accordance with the GRI recommendations. Following the concept of integrated reporting in accordance with the recommendations of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), we have opted for reporting on the basis of the Core option. We report on all material management approaches and indicators.

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Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)

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The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), established by the Financial Stability Board in December 2015, promotes the disclosure of climate-related corporate information and data. The TCFD calls on companies to analyse and assess the opportunities and risks arising from climate change. Its recommendations for effective climate reporting were released in June 2017. Also in 2017, with the involvement of EnBW CFO Thomas Kusterer, the TCFD published recommendations on climate-related financial disclosures. In July 2019, the TCFD Electric Utilities Preparer Forum released a report prepared in collaboration with EnBW on climate-related financial disclosure.

The TCFD aims to improve market actors’ understanding of material climate-related risks and to contribute to the stabilisation of global financial markets. In addition, the resulting assessment bases are intended to make it easier for market players to gauge the opportunities and risks of climate change.

EnBW began implementing the recommendations of the TCFD in 2017. This implementation was continued in the current financial year. The index also includes topics where we are working on the further implementation of the TCFD recommendations.

TCFD element
Themes
Section
Page reference
TCFD element
Governance
Themes
Corporate management
Section
Corporate governance
Page reference
Themes
Materiality analysis
Section
In dialog with our stakeholders
Page reference
Themes
Investment guidelines
Section
Strategy, goals and performance management system
Page reference
Section
The EnBW Group
Page reference
Themes
Climate protection initiatives
Section
In dialog with our stakeholders
Page reference
Section
Strategy, goals and performance management system
Page reference
Themes
Overall assessment by the management
Section
Overall assessment of the economic situation of the Group
Page reference
Themes
Board of Management remuneration
Section
Corporate governance
Page reference
Section
The EnBW Group
Page reference
TCFD element
Strategy
Themes
Robustness of business model / scenario analysis
Section
Business model
Page reference
Themes
Strategy, strategic development
Section
Strategy, goals and performance management system
Page reference
Themes
Interdependencies
Section
Strategy, goals and performance management system
Page reference
Themes
Materiality analysis
Section
In dialog with our stakeholders
Page reference
Themes
Green bonds
Section
Strategy, goals and performance management system
Page reference
Section
The EnBW Group
Page reference
Themes
General conditions, climate protection
Section
General conditions
Page reference
TCFD element
Risk management
Themes
Integrated opportunity and risk management including oportunity and risk map
Section
Report on opportunities and risks
Page reference
Themes
Environment goal dimension: opportunities and risks
Section
Report on opportunities and risks
Page reference
TCFD element
Performance indicators and targets
Themes
Sustainability raitings
Section
The EnBW Group
Page reference
Themes
Key performance indicators and long-term targets
Section
Strategy, goals and performance management system
Page reference
Themes
Climate protection targets: Science Based Targets (SBT)
Section
Strategy, goals and performance management system
Page reference
Themes
Environment goal dimension: key performance indicators and other performance indicators
Section
The EnBW group
Page reference
Section
Forecast
Page reference

TCFD Index

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ESG indicators

We measure our progress in sustainability management using quantitative indicators in the areas of environment, social affairs and governance.

Environment

Top KPIs and 2030 targets

Target: 75-80 %

0%

Share of renewable energies of installed capacity 2023

Target: 90–110 g

0g/kWh

CO₂ intensity of own electricity generation excluding nuclear 2023

Target: > 85 %

0%

Environmentally sustainable expanded CAPEX according to EU Taxonomy 2023

Environment

Further KPIs and 2025 targets

Target: 221–251 mg

0 mg/kWh

SO₂ intensity of own electricity generation 2023

Target: 270–303 mg

0 mg/kWh

NOx intensity of own electricity generation 2023

Target: 21.5–24.6 l

0 l/kWh

Wastewater intensity of own electricity generation 2023

Environment

All KPIs

Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Greenhouse gases / carbon footprint
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Direct GHG emissions (Scope 1)0Preliminary data.,0Data of previous year is adjusted.
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
10.91
2022
17.47
2021
16.38
2020
9.56
2019
10.79
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Fossile generation
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
10.65
2022
17.14
2021
16.00
2020
9.25
2019
10.49
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Power generation (cannot be influenced)0Contains the CO₂ emissions of electricity generation from redispatch and reserve power plant operations. No values are available for the comparison periods 2018 to 2021 are available.,0Adjusted to the new segment structure valid from 2023.
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
2.55
2022
2.91
2021
n/a
2020
n/a
2019
n/a
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Power generation (can be influenced)0Adjusted to the new segment structure valid from 2023.
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
7.43
2022
13.47
2021
n/a
2020
n/a
2019
n/a
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Other scope 1 emissions0CO₂ emissions from operation of gas pipelines and gas assets, of fossil heating of buildings and vehicles.,0Data of previous year is adjusted.
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
1
2022
0.33
2021
0.31
2020
0.30
2019
0.31
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Indirect GHG emissions (Scope 2)
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
0.42
2022
0.52
2021
0.44
2020
0.76
2019
0.91
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Electricity grid transmission and distribution losses
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
0.36
2022
0.45
2021
0.37
2020
0.71
2019
0.87
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Other scope 2 emissions0CO₂ emissions from energy usage in the gas and electricity grid, the data and telecommunication network, of water supply and of buildings.
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
0.06
2022
0.07
2021
0.07
2020
0.05
2019
0.04
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Other indirect CO₂ emissions (Scope 3)
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
26.58
2022
38.48
2021
60.90
2020
49.77
2019
42.04
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Upstream Scope 3 emissions
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
3.97
2022
5.89
2021
8.90
2020
7.17
2019
6.04
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Production of purchased fuels (coal, natural gas, uranium)
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
0.64
2022
1.15
2021
1.22
2020
0.87
2019
0.71
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Upstream transportation of gas for compressors, gas pressure regulating and metering stations and gas pressure regulating stations
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
0.006
2022
0.01
2021
0.01
2020
0.01
2019
0.01
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Upstream transportation of gas for sales to customers
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
3.32
2022
4.73
2021
7.67
2020
6.29
2019
5.32
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Business travel
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
< 0.01
2022
< 0.01
2021
< 0.01
2020
< 0.01
2019
< 0.01
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Downstream Scope 3 emissions
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
22.6
2022
31.78
2021
52.00
2020
42.60
2019
36.00
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Generation of purchased energy sold to end users0The emissions of the own generation are higher than emissions from purchased electricity. According to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol no emissions are to be reported in this case.
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
0
2022
0
2021
0
2020
0
2019
0
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Gas usage by end user
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
22.60
2022
31.78
2021
52.00
2020
42.60
2019
36.00
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Avoided GHG emissions
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
9.87
2022
9.98
2021
9.81
2020
8.90
2019
7.92
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Generation by renewable energies0CO₂-avoiding factors for renewable energies are from UBA-publication "Emissionsbilanz erneuerbarer Energieträger" (last update "Bestimmung der vermiedenen Emissionen im Jahr 2022", December 2023).
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
9.21
2022
8.56
2021
8.55
2020
7.90
2019
6.86
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Others0Contains avoided CO₂-emissions by efficiency project at costumers, generation and sold bio-natural gas.
Unit
in Mio. t CO₂eq
2023
0.66
2022
1.42
2021
1.26
2020
1.01
2019
1.06
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
CO₂-intensity of own electricity generation excluding nuclear generation0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and long-term electricity supply contracts, (broader scope of consolidation), excluding nuclear generation since 2022.,0The calculation for this performance indicator does not include nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW.
Unit
g/kWh
2023
347
2022
491
2021
478
2020
342
2019
419
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
CO₂-intensity of own electricity generation including nuclear generation0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and long-term electricity supply contracts, (broader scope of consolidation), excluding nuclear generation since 2022.,0Including nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW. The performance indicator will be reported until nuclear energy is finally phased out in 2022.
Unit
g/kWh
2023
366
2022
401
2021
386
2020
268
2019
235
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Sulphur hexafluoride (SF₆)0SF₆ emissions and monitoring according the Freiwilligen Selbsverpflichtung des ZVEI, VIK, VDN von 2005.
Unit
t
2023
1.31
2022
1.32
2021
1.32
2020
1.1
2019
< 1
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Classic air pollutants
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
SO₂-intensity of own electricity generation excl. nuclear generation0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and long-term electricity supply contracts, (broader scope of consolidation), excluding nuclear generation since 2022.,0The calculation for this performance indicator does not include nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW.
Unit
mg/kWh
2023
204
2022
259
2021
233
2020
226
2019
181
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
SO₂-intensity of own electricity generation incl. nuclear generation0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and long-term electricity supply contracts, (broader scope of consolidation), excluding nuclear generation since 2022.,0Including nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW. The performance indicator will be reported until nuclear energy is finally phased out in 2022.
Unit
mg/kWh
2023
205
2022
205
2021
185
2020
172
2019
105
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
NOx-intensity of own electricity generation excl. nuclear generation0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and long-term electricity supply contracts, (broader scope of consolidation), excluding nuclear generation since 2022.,0The calculation for this performance indicator does not include nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW.
Unit
mg/kWh
2023
224
2022
286
2021
269
2020
253
2019
231
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
NOx-intensity of own electricity generation incl. nuclear generation0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and long-term electricity supply contracts, (broader scope of consolidation), excluding nuclear generation since 2022.,0Including nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW. The performance indicator will be reported until nuclear energy is finally phased out in 2022.
Unit
mg/kWh
2023
228
2022
231
2021
219
2020
198
2019
133
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
CO-intensity of own electricity generation excl. nuclear generation0The calculation for this performance indicator does not include nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW.,0Changes in the group of conoslidated companies (without GKM, FUG and contracting assets). This indicator has only been reported since 2020. No figures for the comparative periods 2018 to 2019 are available.
Unit
mg/kWh
2023
34
2022
22
2021
26
2020
18
2019
n/a
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
CO-intensity of own electricity generation incl. nuclear generation0Including nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW. The performance indicator will be reported until nuclear energy is finally phased out in 2022.,0Changes in the group of conoslidated companies (without GKM, FUG and contracting assets). This indicator has only been reported since 2020. No figures for the comparative periods 2018 to 2019 are available.
Unit
mg/kWh
2023
31
2022
17
2021
21
2020
14
2019
n/a
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Total dust-intensity of own electricity generation excl. nuclear generation0The calculation for this performance indicator does not include nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW.,0Changes in the group of conoslidated companies (without GKM, FUG and contracting assets). This indicator has only been reported since 2020. No figures for the comparative periods 2018 to 2019 are available.
Unit
mg/kWh
2023
3,2
2022
6
2021
5
2020
3.4
2019
n/a
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Total dust-intensity of own electricity generation incl. nuclear generation0Including nuclear generation and the share of positive redispatch that cannot be controlled by EnBW. The performance indicator will be reported until nuclear energy is finally phased out in 2022.,0Changes in the group of conoslidated companies (without GKM, FUG and contracting assets). This indicator has only been reported since 2020. No figures for the comparative periods 2018 to 2019 are available.
Unit
mg/kWh
2023
3,5
2022
5
2021
4
2020
2.7
2019
n/a
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Sulphur dioxide (SO₂)
Unit
t
2023
5,950
2022
8,969
2021
7,877
2020
6,075
2019
4,812
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Nitrous gases, listed as NO₂
Unit
t
2023
6,734
2022
9,935
2021
9,506
2020
7,212
2019
6,393
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Unit
t
2023
906
2022
656
2021
858
2020
558
2019
592
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Total dust
Unit
t
2023
103
2022
185
2021
157
2020
220
2019
101
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Activity emission to the atmosphere0Own power plants.
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Amount of discharged air
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
6,296
2022
6,548
2021
6,942
2020
6,982
2019
8,201
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Inert gas
Unit
Bq
2023
1,9E+10
2022
1.1E+11
2021
1.9E+11
2020
2.4E+11
2019
4.2E+11
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Aerosols
Unit
Bq
2023
1.6E+05
2022
6.3E+04
2021
1.9E+05
2020
8.9E+05
2019
5.0E+05
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Emissions

Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Vehicle fuel consumption0Contains fuel/diesel, gas, bio natural gas, hydrogen, electricity.
Unit
MWh
2023
107,221
2022
105,244
2021
101,407
2020
96,647
2019
88,607
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
GHG emissions from business travel0Contains emissions from business travelling (scope 1 and scope 3).
Unit
g CO₂eq/km
2023
155
2022
163
2021
190
2020
190
2019
169
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Transport / mobility

Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Other input materials
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Lime products (CaCO₃, CaO, Ca(OH)₂)
Unit
t
2023
137,703
2022
223,895
2021
202,259
2020
108,568
2019
121,639
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Ammonia
Unit
t
2023
2,615
2022
4,865
2021
4,574
2020
2,330
2019
3,384
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Ammonium hydroxide
Unit
t
2023
20
2022
20
2021
18
2020
12
2019
12
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Soda
Unit
t
2023
5,862
2022
6,483
2021
6,485
2020
6,293
2019
6,253
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Hydrochloric acid
Unit
t
2023
2,366
2022
3,212
2021
3,828
2020
3,059
2019
3,226
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Odorant (THT)
Unit
t
2023
30
2022
36
2021
41
2020
36
2019
35
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
By-products
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Coarse ash (boiler sand)
Unit
t
2023
55,697
2022
102,465
2021
92,899
2020
54,902
2019
69,362
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Fly ash
Unit
t
2023
298,222
2022
540,774
2021
481,817
2020
202,612
2019
263,347
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Gypsum
Unit
t
2023
336,854
2022
565,573
2021
502,265
2020
254,661
2019
263,746
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Melting chamber granulate
Unit
t
2023
6,296
2022
12,957
2021
4,430
2020
1,641
2019
1,883
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Materials

Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Water conservation
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
904
2022
1,131
2021
1,076
2020
972
2019
1,661
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Surface / river water extraction
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
896
2022
1,123
2021
1,067
2020
964
2019
1,651
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Well water / groundwater extraction0Previous year's figures adjusted.
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
6.3
2022
6.6
2021
7.1
2020
7.1
2019
7.8
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Drinking water extraction0Does not include water for drinking water supply.0Previous year's figures adjusted.
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
1.5
2022
1.3
2021
1.3
2020
1.4
2019
1.5
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Avoided extraction due to reutilisation (not including cooling water)0Previous year's figures adjusted.
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
0.8
2022
1.1
2021
0.9
2020
0.7
2019
0.9
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Water discharge
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
888
2022
1,086
2021
1,036
2020
931
2019
1,621
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Cooling water discharge (direct discharge)
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
883
2022
1,081
2021
1,030
2020
925
2019
1,615
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Direct discharge of waste water
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
5.0
2022
5.2
2021
5.6
2020
5.2
2019
6.0
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Water consumption0Previous year's figures adjusted.
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
14
2022
37
2021
35
2020
29
2019
40
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Evaporation
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
12
2022
36
2021
33
2020
28
2019
46
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Waste water
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
1.5
2022
1.4
2021
1.5
2020
1.3
2019
1.3
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Water

Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Effluents
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Direct discharge of waste water
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
5.0
2022
5.2
2021
6.0
2020
5.2
2019
6.0
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Waste water (indirect discharge, sewage system)
Unit
Mio. m³
2023
1.5
2022
1.4
2021
1.5
2020
1.3
2019
1.3
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Wastewater intensity0Wastewater is the sum of cooling and wastewater volumes discharged into surface waters. The indicator has only been reported since 2023.
Unit
l/kWh
2023
28.0
2022
30.2
2021
29.0
2020
30.5
2019
27.7
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Radioactive waste water volume
Unit
2023
21,073
2022
19,875
2021
24,542
2020
27,183
2019
30,477
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Activity without tritium
Unit
Bq
2023
5.5E+07
2022
6.2E+06
2021
7.7E+06
2020
5.6E+07
2019
3.7E+07
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Tritium
Unit
Bq
2023
3.2E+12
2022
12.1E+12
2021
20.1E+12
2020
20.2E+12
2019
30.4E+12
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Waste disposal
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Total waste
Unit
t
2023
740,394
2022
656,682
2021
671,629
2020
653,273
2019
691,115
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Non-hazardous waste
Unit
t
2023
671,386
2022
591,225
2021
602,124
2020
583,734
2019
630,686
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Non-hazardous waste for reutilisation
Unit
t
2023
587.542
2022
568,510
2021
580,283
2020
552,105
2019
611,914
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Non-hazardous waste for disposal
Unit
t
2023
83,844
2022
22,715
2021
21,841
2020
31,629
2019
18,772
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Hazardous waste
Unit
t
2023
69,007
2022
65,457
2021
69,505
2020
69,539
2019
60,429
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Hazardous waste for reutilisation
Unit
t
2023
62,734
2022
61,661
2021
61,274
2020
59,463
2019
53,649
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Hazardous waste for disposal
Unit
t
2023
6,273
2022
3,796
2021
8,231
2020
10,076
2019
6,780
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Recycling rate
Unit
%
2023
88
2022
96
2021
97
2020
94
2019
96
Environmental Key Figures0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Radioactive waste0Pursuant to the BDEW’s electricity labelling guidelines (August 2013), in terms of EnBW’s own generation portfolio.,0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and longterm electricity supply contracts.
Unit
g/kWh
2023
0.0002
2022
0.0006
2021
0.0006
2020
0.0008
2019
0.0012
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Effluents / Waste

Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Energy consumption
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Total final energy consumption0Contains final energy consumption of generation, including pumping energy; energy consumption of grid installations (electricity, natural gas, water) without grid losses; energy consumption of buildings and vehicles.,0Data of previous year adjusted.
Unit
GWh
2023
1,146
2022
1,072
2021
1,019
2020
1,057
2019
975
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Share of renewable energies of final energy consumption0For electricity consumers for which the proportion of renewable energies is unknown, a proportion of renewable energies in accordance with the current Bundesmix (federal mix) label for electricity of 32% is used. For fuels, a proportion of 5% bioethanol is generally used.
Unit
%
2023
20.6
2022
20.2
2021
20.2
2020
15.8
2019
13.7
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Grid losses (transmission and distribution grid)
Unit
%
2023
1.7
2022
1.9
2021
1.7
2020
2.0
2019
1.9
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Total final energy consumption of administration buildings per employee0Data of previous year adjusted.
Unit
kWh/MA
2023
5,795
2022
5,474
2021
4,778
2020
5,859
2019
9,606
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Fuels (primary energy sources)
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Coal
Unit
TJ
2023
88,787
2022
153,836
2021
143,744
2020
72,853
2019
87,333
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Natural gas
Unit
TJ
2023
25,073
2022
25,857
2021
28,539
2020
33,789
2019
30,404
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Waste
Unit
TJ
2023
8,429
2022
8,321
2021
8,886
2020
8,763
2019
8,623
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Biomass
Unit
TJ
2023
562
2022
518
2021
837
2020
1,405
2019
1,546
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Other0Heating oil and sewage sludge.
Unit
TJ
2023
2,363
2022
3,266
2021
2,130
2020
1,614
2019
1,668
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Nuclear fuel employed0Own power stations.,0Total heavy metal load.
Unit
t
2023
0
2022
0
2021
22
2020
20
2019
22
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Energy generation
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Own electricity generation0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and longterm electricity supply contracts.
Unit
in GWh
2023
26,552
2022
44,690
2021
42,399
2020
35,149
2019
47,807
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Expansion of renewable energies0Own electricity generation contains contracted power plants and longterm electricity supply contracts.
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Installed output of renewable energies (RE) and share of the generation capacity accounted for by RE
Unit
in GW / in %
2023
5.7/46.9
2022
5.4/41.7
2021
5.1/40.1
2020
4.9/39.0
2019
4.4/31.8
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Installed capacity of renewable energies
Unit
GW
2023
5.7
2022
5.4
2021
5.1
2020
4.9
2019
4.4
Energy0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Share of renewable energies of installed capacity
Unit
%
2023
46.9
2022
41.7
2021
40.1
2020
39.0
2019
31.8
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Environmentally sustainable business activities0Figures adjusted for 20220The delegated acts supplementing Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation from 6 July 2021 and the associated technical screening criteria for the objectives of climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation from the 4 June 2021 were applied.
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Environmentally sustainable business activities0Figures adjusted for 20220The delegated acts supplementing Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation from 6 July 2021 and the associated technical screening criteria for the objectives of climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation from the 4 June 2021 were applied.
Adjusted EBITDA0Adjusted to the new segment structure valid from 2023.
Unit
in %
2023
48.1
2022
61.0
2021
62.6
2020
68
2019
59
Environmentally sustainable business activities0Figures adjusted for 20220The delegated acts supplementing Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation from 6 July 2021 and the associated technical screening criteria for the objectives of climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation from the 4 June 2021 were applied.
Capex0Adjusted to the new segment structure valid from 2023.
Unit
in %
2023
86.1
2022
82.4
2021
68.2
2020
70
2019
66
Environmentally sustainable business activities0Figures adjusted for 20220The delegated acts supplementing Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation from 6 July 2021 and the associated technical screening criteria for the objectives of climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation from the 4 June 2021 were applied.
Erweiterter Capex0Adjusted to the new segment structure valid from 2023.
Unit
in %
2023
86.5
2022
82.9
2021
n/a
2020
n/a
2019
n/a
Environmentally sustainable business activities0Figures adjusted for 20220The delegated acts supplementing Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation from 6 July 2021 and the associated technical screening criteria for the objectives of climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation from the 4 June 2021 were applied.
Umsatzerlöse0Adjusted to the new segment structure valid from 2023.
Unit
in %
2023
16.3
2022
13.5
2021
14.6
2020
20.3
2019
15
Environmentally sustainable business activities0Figures adjusted for 20220The delegated acts supplementing Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation from 6 July 2021 and the associated technical screening criteria for the objectives of climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation from the 4 June 2021 were applied.
Opex0Adjusted to the new segment structure valid from 2023.
Unit
in %
2023
23.2
2022
22.9
2021
29.3
2020
37.1
2019
24
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Environmentally sustainable business activities

Unit
2023
2022
Total external revenue
Unit
in € m
2023
44,430.7
2022
56,002.6
External revenue accounted for by coal-fired generation
Unit
in %
2023
4
2022
<5

Coal-based external revenue

Other environmental indicators0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Other environmental indicators0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Environmental management system ISO 14001 or EMAS0In % of employees. (coverage)
Unit
in % of employees
2023
74.8
2022
78.2
2021
73.3
2020
74.8
2019
75.5
Other environmental indicators0The data reflect the subsidiaries and assets in the consolidation basis, if not remarked different.
Energy management system ISO 500010In % of employees. (coverage)
Unit
in % of employees
2023
50.8
2022
47.8
2021
43.5
2020
47.8
2019
47.2
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Other environmental indicators

Social

Top KPIs and 2030 targets

Target: < 20 min

0 min/a

SAIDI (electricity) 2023

Target: 77–83

0

People Engagement Index (PEI) 2023

Target: 2.5–2.8 / 3.4–3.7

0 / 0

LTIF for companies controlled by the Group / overall 2023

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Our top social KPIs also include the reputation index (2023: 55; 2030 target: 56-60) and customer satisfaction index EnBW/Yello (2023: 130/161; 2030 target: 148-157/155-175).

Social

Further KPIs and 2025 targets

Target: > 20 %

0 %

Proportion of women in management positions (first level below Board of Management) 2023

Target: > 20 %

0 %

Proportion of women in management positions (second level below Board of Management) 2023

Social

All KPIs

Social
Unit
2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
Social
Employees0Adjusted to the new segment structure valid from 2023.
Social
Total number of employees at 31.12.0As of 31 December of the respective year.
2023
28,630
2022
26,980
2021
26,064
2020
24,655
2019
23,293
Social
Full-time equivalents (FTE)0Converted into full-time equivalents.
2023
26,943
2022
25,339
2021
24,519
2020
23,078
2019
21,843
Social
Average number of employees
2023
27,889
2022
26,497
2021
25,206
2020
24,017
2019
22,622
Social
Total number of employees by segment0As of 31 December of the respective year.
Social
Generation and Trading
2023
6,254
2022
5,958
2021
5,428
2020
5,518
2019
5,499
Social
Renewable Energies
2023
1,309
2022
1,193
2021
1,623
2020
1,554
2019
1,384
Social
Grids
2023
11,635
2022
11,485
2021
10,686
2020
9,935
2019
9,254
Social
Sales
2023
5,711
2022
5,401
2021
5,407
2020
4,826
2019
4,394
Social
Others
2023
3,721
2022
2,943
2021
2,920
2020
2,822
2019
2,762
Social
Proportion of employees by country
Social
Germany
Unit
%
2023
89.4
2022
89.9
2021
90
2020
89.9
2019
89.7
Social
Abroad
Unit
%
2023
10.6
2022
10.2
2021
10
2020
10.1
2019
10.3
Social
Proportion of employees by German state
Social
Baden-Württemberg
Unit
%
2023
63.2
2022
64
2021
65.5
2020
66.6
2019
66.3
Social
Other German states
Unit
%
2023
26.2
2022
25.8
2021
24.5
2020
23.3
2019
23.4
Social
Proportion of foreign employees
Social
Proportion of foreign employees
Unit
%
2023
14.7
2022
13.9
2021
13.7
2020
13.7
2019
13.6
Social
Severely disabled employees
Social
Number of severely disabled employees
2023
949
2022
972
2021
1,005
2020
1,022
2019
1,049
Social
Proportion of severely disabled employees in workforce
Unit
%
2023
3.3
2022
3.6
2021
3.9
2020
4.1
2019
4.5
Social
Age structure of the workforce
Social
Average age of employees
2023
44.1
2022
44.6
2021
44.6
2020
45.0
2019
45.4
Social
Proportion of employees in age bracket up to 25
Unit
%
2023
5.5
2022
5.2
2021
5.1
2020
5.2
2019
5.2
Social
Proportion of employees in age bracket 26-35
Unit
%
2023
24.7
2022
23.6
2021
23.1
2020
22.1
2019
20.4
Social
Proportion of employees in age bracket 36-45
Unit
%
2023
24.7
2022
24
2021
23
2020
22.1
2019
21.6
Social
Proportion of employees in age bracket 46-55
Unit
%
2023
22.6
2022
24
2021
25.3
2020
27.2
2019
29.2
Social
Proportion of employees in age bracket above 55
Unit
%
2023
22.5
2022
23.2
2021
23.5
2020
23.4
2019
23.6
Social
Age structure of management personnel
Social
Proportion of management personnel in age bracket up to 25
Unit
%
2023
0.2
2022
0.1
2021
0
2020
0
2019
0.1
Social
Proportion of management personnel in age bracket 26-35
Unit
%
2023
7.8
2022
7.1