Our Corporate Social Responsibility

Acting on our own scale

The production of energy from renewable and competitive sources enables Kallista Energy to contribute, on its own scale, to the fight against climate change. Even though the overall environmental balance of our renewable energy production capacity is positive, we are constantly seeking to reduce the emissions linked to our support activities (heating, electricity, transport, waste management, and recycling). We believe that no effort should be spared in the fight against climate change, the preservation of the environment, and the respect for the men and women with whom we work.

We have put tools in place that will enable us to earn triple certification for our Operations department before the end of 2020, ISO 45001 (Safety), ISO 14001 (Environment) and ISO 9001 (Quality), to reinforce our commitments to sustainable development.

Kallista Energy has developed an action plan to assess its impact on the environment and, more generally, on society as well as the group’s governance. Our efforts to minimise our impact as far as possible are assessed each year by the GRESB, an independent rating body. As well as this rating, we are also seeking to determine how our activities contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

Our key contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals in 2018

 

20 wind farms in operation, producing enough equivalent electricity for 300,000 people

 

+17,000 tonnes of CO2 avoided thanks to our wind farms

20% electric vehicles in our corporate fleet in 2018

 

100% of the waste from our project sites recovered in specialised centres

Selective waste sorting in our offices since 2017 with Cèdre, a company promoting the vocational integration of people with disabilities

 

+7% of our turnover paid in local taxes

 

Flexible working hours for our employees

Occasional and permanent teleworking

Training of all mobile workers in road hazards

 

 

Regular participation in local events to raise the residents’ awareness of climate change and renewable energy