ESG performance

Environment, Social and Governance indicators of EDF Group

  • Carbon intensity 2023
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    37gCO₂/kWh

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  • Avoided emissions in 2023
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    12,4Mt of CO₂

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  • Gender equality
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    31.7%

    of women on Group’s entity management committees in 2023

  • Impact score
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In line with EDF's Raison d'être and the strategic plan, the Group has defined 16 CSR Commitments around 4 issues.

This Commitments are contributing to the UN 9 priority Sustainable Development Goals for the electric utilities sector according to World Business Council for Sustainable Development.

The Environmental Social and Governance information published by the Group is used for assessment purposes by the market.

ESG Ratings

EDF is rated by ESG rating agencies and sustainable fund managers that evaluate, based on their own sectoral methodologies, the policies and achievements of companies in the field of sustainable development.

H2 2023 Results

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CDP 
Climat Change: EDF is rated A-, on a scale from F to A. Average of the utilities sector is C. 
Water Security: EDF is rated A-, on a scale from F to A (top 50%). Average of the utilities sector is B.

Sustainalytics 
ESG Risk Rating: EDF is rated 25 (top 18%). Average of the utilities sector is 32.

MSCI 
EDF is rated A, on a scale from CCC to AAA. Average of the utilities sector is A.

Moody's ESG (ex V.E) 
EDF is rated 72 (3 on 65), on a scale from 0 to 100. Average of the utilities sector is 42. 
The moody's ESG score obtained in 2022 is valid for 2 years.

Ecovadis 
EDF is rated 78 (top 1%), on a scale from 0 to 100. Average of the utilities sector is between 45-65.