EnBW recognised the importance of integrated reporting – which not only takes into account economic but also ecological and social dimensions – at an early stage. We have published an Integrated Annual Report based on the recommendations of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) since the 2014 financial year, with the aim of achieving a holistic representation of the performance of the company.
In our concise and transparent reporting, we aim to meet the increased needs of stakeholders for more information and we do this in order to provide our most important target groups (shareholders and the capital market, employees, society and business partners) with a holistic representation of the performance of the company. The dimensions of ecology, economy and social aspects are firmly embedded in the EnBW 2025 strategy, reflecting the highly integrated nature of our management system. By presenting financial and non-financial corporate goals in the dimensions of finance, strategy, customers and society, environment and employees, we are seeking to promote integrated thinking within the company and emphasise the importance of being comprehensively oriented towards performance and our stakeholders. We measure the achievement of our goals using key performance indicators.
The identification of key themes for our reporting is anchored in the materiality analysis process. All topics that are material from a strategic and sustainability perspective, as well as those that are discussed internally in the management bodies and covered in our external communication, have been accounted for in the Integrated Annual Report.