Power Assets is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact, a voluntary multi-stakeholder platform that convenes multinational companies to align against 10 principles covering environment, anti-corruption, human rights and labour standards. As a signatory, the Group supports the 10 principles and is committed to making them part of its strategy, culture and day-to-day operations. It is also committed to an annual Communication on Progress, which will be incorporated in our future sustainability reports, to communicate the progress made in implementing the 10 principles and in supporting broader UN Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”).
The SDGs are a universal blueprint for prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. They represent the collective actions the world can take to address the most pressing issues we face as a global community – inequality, injustice, poverty, and climate change.
These global goals recognise the synergies between improving economic prosperity, health, education, and the environment to set society on a transformative path towards a more resilient and sustainable future.
The three goals and eight targets that resulted from this prioritisation represent where Power Assets has the greatest capacity for impact and action. We will continuously review and incorporate additional SDGs relevant to us in the future.
Power Assets is committed to providing modern forms of energy with environmentally sustainable and financially affordable options. We are committed to increasing our portfolio of cleaner energy assets.
Modernising and digitising electricity networks