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To generate electricity from renewable sources efficiently and sustainably, in perfect integration with the local area and its community.

Sustainability is, for FERA, the ability to achieve business objectives through encouraging dialogue with internal and external stakeholders.

The company’s economic goals include sustainability as a fundamental element in the design and assessment of quality results.

An ideal project is conceived and implemented through a logic of partnership with the local territory that accommodates the plant, and through the identification of needs expressed by local communities. The measure of success a project has over time is its stable contribution to the social and economic development of the local area.

Environmental, economic, social and political variables condition and change the context in which FERA projects take shape over time, from conceptualization right through to realization. Such variables are only partly predictable since they are determined dynamically by both the local context and the extended framework of national and market legislation.

It is therefore essential to implement conduct, actions and instruments that make it possible to adapt project solutions over time while maintaining the underlying logic.

Conduct  Actions  Instruments
§  Transparency

§  Propriety

§  Collaboration

§  Methodological rigour

§  Definition and monitoring of internal processes.

§  Analysis of the regulatory scenario.

§  Mapping of project stakeholders.

§  Monitoring of contextual change.

§  Qualitative and quantitative project assessment.

§  Analysis of internal and external communication channels.

§  Code of Conduct

§  Quality Management System