The company has just achieved certification for the Corporate Social Responsibility management system aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) promoted by the United Nations. The best proof of its commitment to sustainability, the environment and peace.
Diverxia Infrastructure, an important company in the promotion renewable energy sector, has aligned itself with 11 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) promoted by the United Nations. A sign of its adherence to and implementation of the international organization’s set of guidelines.
With this certification, the company takes another step forward in its real and reliable commitment to protecting the planet, eradicating poverty and ensuring prosperity for all, the main lines of the SDGs for the 2030 horizon. Sustainability also plays a priority role in these goals and is directly related to the very essence of Diverxia Infrastructure, which works in the field of clean energy. It is precisely SDG 7 that is related to clean energy, and in this context, the company has agreed to increase the volume of development projects in markets where it is already present, as well as to initiate activity in new locations.
Diverxia Infrastructure, part of the Alonso Group‘s Energy and Infrastructures division, has also committed to continue researching and developing projects to generate green hydrogen as a fuel for heavy-duty transport through its subsidiary, Diverxia H2. The latest example of a socially responsible corporation that is an active part of the society to which it belongs and the planet on which it lives. In fact, this accreditation is the best proof of its real and effective commitment.
“It has been a challenge and we have approached it with the conviction that sustainability must be one of the company’s central aspects. We are very proud to have achieved this certification and, therefore, to have worked to align Diverxia Infrastructure with the SDGs, improving our impact on people and the planet” highlights Alejandro Ginés, the company’s quality director.
Other Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in which the company has been particularly involved, both internally and externally, are those related to zero hunger (SDG 2); health and well-being (SDG 3); quality education (SDG 4); gender equality (SDG 5); affordable and clean energy (SDG 7); decent work and economic growth (SDG 8); industry, innovation and infrastructure (SDG 9); reduction of inequalities (SDG 9); reduction of inequalities (SDG 10); affordable and clean energy (SDG 7); decent work and economic growth (SDG 8); industry, innovation and infrastructure (SDG 9); reducing inequalities (SDG 10); sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11); climate action (SDG 13) or the life of terrestrial ecosystems (SDG 15). A compendium of 11 goals, of the total of 17 established by the United Nations in 2015, which has now been formally recognised with the achievement of the SDG certification, making Diverxia Infrastructure one of the few companies that currently have it.
After an initial self-diagnosis, the company has been preparing for months for a process that began with training on the SDGs and the definition of the strategy and objectives to be followed. This was followed by the phase of implementing the culture of sustainable development in the company’s cross-cutting strategy. Finally came the evaluation phase, i.e. the final audit by the demanding Bureau Veritas company. An internal and external work for efficiency, productivity and cost reduction as well as the best proof of the commitment to the planet in all possible areas.