Our commitment to society goes beyond our business operations




Social commitment and an interest in people are two of our strongest commitments. Looking after our internal talent and talent in the communities where we operate are fundamental pillars underpinning our corporate responsibility.

Social commitment

We maintain our commitment to society and use the actions by our Foundation to demonstrate what we can do. We act in three different areas: society, the environment and culture.

Contribution from the company (millions of euros)

Our targets for 2019

 To continue supporting the Energy Vulnerability Plan

 Approval of the General Procedure on Sponsorship and Donation, and its implementation in all countries and companies

 Energy and smart mobility to improve air quality



 Dialogue with the community
 Social impact assessment
 Creation of shared value
 Social investment



 Projects by the GNF Foundation
 Access to energy
 Help to combat situations of vulnerability
 Community relations



 Energy school
 Support for the community sector
 Housing renovation
 Social rate agreements and quota systems
 Support for education, health and the environment

Interest in people

We operate while maintaining a commitment to people. We offer a quality working environment based on such principles as respect, diversity and personal and professional development.

Our tools

Two students working on the classroom computers from the charity project in Jorf El Melha.

Success story: Día Solidario

The Día Solidario Association was set up in 1997 thanks to the social awareness shown by a group of our employees and the need to urgently respond to the needs they saw around them.

One of its many success stories is the project in Morocco that was aimed at helping young women join the labour market so they could improve their quality of life and the lives of their families. The funds raised in 2012 were used to undertake this project and 14 young people in the rural areas around Jorf El Melha received our grants. These young people demonstrated good academic performance but a lack of economic resources necessary for accessing university studies. The partnership agreement was signed with Dar Taliba, a non-profit association aimed at preventing girls in the Jorf El Melha region from being forced to leave education early. The contribution amounted to 250,000 euros and the project lasted for three years, spread out over five classes.


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