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Stakeholder Management

Enerjisa Enerji prioritizes open, transparent and trust-based communication with all stakeholders in the broader ecosystem.

At Enerjisa Enerji, we prioritize open, transparent, and trust-based communication with all stakeholders in the broader ecosystem including those directly or indirectly affected by our activities. Our relationships with them is of utmost importance to us.


In 2019, as part of the Loan Agreement signed with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), we developed our “Corporate Stakeholder Engagement Plan” in line with the related requirements of EBRD Performance Requirement 10 (EBRD PR10): Disclosure and Stakeholder Engagement. The Corporate Stakeholder Engagement Plan provides a framework that summarizes requirements and implementation processes related to stakeholder engagement, public consultation, stakeholder identification and grievance mechanisms. The plan was revised in 2020.

In 2020, as part of the same loan agreement, a significant step was taken in terms of Environmental and Social Sustainability and social management practices covering the distribution activities were initiated. We prepared “Customized Stakeholder Engagement” and “Cultural Heritage Management” plans for each distribution company, along with a “Social Management and Monitoring” plan. The Cultural Heritage Management Plan identifies action plans for the protection of cultural heritage in the operation and investment fields. The purpose of the Social Management System is to identify social impacts that may emerge from new investments and ongoing electricity distribution activities, as well as communities affected by the project, to enable disclosure and engagement, to take mitigating measures and to monitor activities.