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CNR structures its activities around three strategic directions: strengthening its unique corporate model, pursuing its development in renewable energies and becoming a laboratory of tomorrow’s energies.

CNR deploys a corporate strategy based on a unique industrial model that places the enhancement of the territories at the forefront. It is part of a global vision in the service of the territories, energy transition and the development of renewable energies. CNR’s model is based on a subtle balance between economic profitability and the redistribution of wealth generated for the benefit of the general interest, private and public capital, the production of 100% renewable electricity and the development of the territories crossed by the Rhone.

The founding principles of the CSR encompassing economic, environmental and social aspects, and dialogue with the stakeholders lie at the heart of its concerns. The CSR 2020 policy implement by the company strengthens its strategic ambitions and is expressed in 5 synergetic directions:

  • Sharing out values
  • Action for biodiversity and the environment
  • Support for sustainable mobility
  • Putting human capital to the best use
  • Responsible action for solidarity

The deployment of CSR is done by:

  • Carrying out missions in the general interest,
  • Implementing our 9 commitments in favour of the climate and energy transition,
  • Forging partnerships with a large number of partners in the territories.

All its actions favour synergy and lead to fruitful and constructive dialogue with a multitude of stakeholders.

CNR’s CSR is a cross disciplinary approach that integrates all its activities, and all the company’s divisions participate in the CSR network, thereby allowing fruitful exchanges in order to adapt and innovate in the framework of the many CSR actions carried out.

Each employee can also contribute to improving the CSR by making proposals to this end in the framework of the Innov‘action approach, an innovation challenge in the service of progress.

The external audits we call on also contribute to improving the CSR approach. They are performed on the basis of acknowledged and shared references: AFAQ 26000 regarding the integration of sustainable development ion the CSR, the Diversity label, the TÜV certificate for our exclusively renewable electricity production, and ISO 9 001. Lastly, CNR’s membership of the Global Compact and its accession to the Advanced level confirms its desire to share with and listen to companies involved in CSR.