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Enel Américas completed the OECD infrastructure quality pilot "Blue Dot Network"


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    Enel Américas completed the OECD infrastructure quality pilot "Blue Dot Network" Blue Dot Network is a multilateral effort that seeks to promote the development of sustainable infrastructure around the world. The company participated in this pilot with its Lagoa dos Ventos wind farm in Brazil. The pilot project tests whether the investments are sustainable and of quality.

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    Santiago, March 23 -- Enel Americas issued the following news release:

    - Blue Dot Network is a multilateral effort that seeks to promote sustainable infrastructure development around the world. Enel Américas participated with its Lagoa dos Ventos wind farm in Brazil.

    For three months, Enel Américas participated in the Blue Dot Network Certification pilot project developed for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in collaboration with the governments of the United States, Japan and Australia, which seeks to guarantee the quality of infrastructures in its set. Enel Américas, together with other companies worldwide, was part of this first pilot and among the first to complete it. The company participated in this pilot with its Lagoa dos Ventos wind farm in Brazil. This plant was selected both for its size and for the numerous sustainability activities it has carried out in recent years.

    The pilot project tests whether the investments are sustainable and of quality, whether or not they are open and inclusive, transparently viable, aligned with the Paris Agreement. They are also measured to be financially, environmentally and socially sustainable, and in compliance with international standards, laws and regulations.

    “Promoting quality infrastructure globally should be a priority to achieve environmentally, socially and economically sustainable economies. Enel's participation in the “Blue Dot Network” pilot process with our “Lagoa dos Ventos” wind farm in Brazil, guided by the OECD, gave us the opportunity to test our processes seeking continuous improvement and sharing all the necessary best practices. to build and operate a renewable energy plant that is aligned with the main international standards for a decarbonized economy," said Maurizio Bezzeccheri , general manager of Enel Américas.

    Enel Américas' participation in the Blue Dot Network pilot responds to the ongoing collaboration with the OECD's Trust in Business platform. This pilot is a multilateral effort to promote sustainable infrastructure development around the world. Their results will be used to test the tool, ensuring that it is adapted to different sectors, their stages in the life cycle of a project and that it takes into account the diversity of regions, thus being beneficial for all stakeholders.

    For more information visit: https://share.america.gov/blue-dot-certification-will-boost-global-infrastructure/

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    Source: Enel Americas

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