Enel extends its Supplier Development Program to support the sustainable and innovative development of all its suppliers

Enel extends its Supplier Development Program to support the sustainable and innovative development of all its suppliers

Enel opens the “ Supplier Development Program” to over companies in Italy. Launched in 2020, the Program supports its suppliers’ growth paths and helps the Group meet its strategic objects. Enel is thus contributing to the development of the force chain and supplier competitiveness in line with its objects and values. There’s a particular focus on sustainability, circularity and digitalization. Suppliers play a pivotal part in achieving the energy transition objects, which is why Enel is decreasingly fastening on their development.
“ The great energy transition challenge inescapably involves our suppliers, without them it would be insolvable to reach our decarbonization objects by adding renewable energy, network digitalization and the electrification of consumption,” said Alda Paola Baldi, Head of Procurement at Enel Italia. “ By expanding our Supplier Development Program, we want to help further of the companies that work with us to achieve sustainable growth, while adding their competitiveness and effectiveness. This will also produce value for the communities that they operate in and contribute to the country’s profitable recovery, in line with the Recovery plan approved by the European Union.”

The Program is open to companies, with headquarters or a branch in Italy, that are good or at an advanced stage of qualification in Enel’s supplier registers and have a product value of over to 250 million euros. Special attention is given to SMEs operating in strategic sectors, that could profit from direct support from Enel for access to certain services.
The Program offers an ecosystem of openings to make the force chain more flexible, effective and innovative; openings that encourage fiscal and directorial growth for the sharing companies, contribute to bettered cost effectiveness, lesser emphasis on invention, sustainability, internationalization and digitalization, as well as the expansion of conditioning to other areas. Companies sharing in the Program will have access to a range of services, with conditions that are more favorable than those generally offered by the mates that Enel has inked collaboration agreements with.

Participation in the Program is free of charge and Enel will help companies identify the paths that are best suited to their growth objects. The Program rules and regulations are available at https//globalprocurement.enel.com/