Non-financial reporting reflects the principle of materiality or relevance, as provided for by reference legislation and formalised by the GRI Standards: the topics considered within this Report are those that, following the materiality analysis and assessment, were considered "material", or such to reflect the social and environmental impacts of the Group's activities or influence the decisions of its stakeholders.
In 2019, in line with the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards, the materiality matrix was updated in order to confirm or review the relevant topics following the internal analysis of requests from investors and ESG rating companies regarding the issues of greater relevance concerning the authorisation processes in progress in Italy in the context of the repowering project and the consultations with the Sustainability Committees.
The results of the analyses generally confirmed the topics identified previously, with the topics of "approach to climate change" and "protection of the environment and biodiversity" being more significant both for the business and its stakeholders.
Once again, in 2019 the materiality matrix was submitted for assessment and approval by the Sustainability Committee.
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