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Unveiling EEW's Comprehensive Materiality Analysis: A Deep Dive into Key Stakeholder Priorities

Today, we are venturing into a new sector, specifically that of energy production, focusing on the international conglomerate EEW.

This report, adhering to the GRI Standard, is particularly intriguing as it delves into the materiality matrix developed by the company. Before delving into the specifics, it's noteworthy that the materiality matrix was crafted through a series of interviews and workshops involving various stakeholders:

- 3 interviews with members of society at large

- 2 interviews with customers

- 2 interviews with suppliers

- 2 interviews with politicians

- 2 interviews with individuals from the scientific community

- 2 interviews with representatives from the economics community

Additionally, input was gathered from employees through a workshop, including 28 regular employees and 40 senior executives. Furthermore, 75 individuals participated in an internal survey.

This inclusive approach to materiality determination aligns closely with GRI standards. From the responses collected, the company constructed a materiality matrix, highlighting areas of significant importance. These key areas of action identified are as follows:

- Company:

- Ethics and Integrity

- Innovation

- Digitalization

- Employees:

- Working conditions and corporate culture

- Employee health and safety

- Employee Development

- Environment:

- Waste (input)

- Energy (output)

- Climate-relevant emissions (output)

- (Additional) output materials/resources

- Value Creation:

- Customer relationships

- Society:

- Participation in political and societal processes

This comprehensive analysis provides a detailed and insightful understanding of critical aspects. We strongly recommend reviewing the report and analyzing the materiality matrix meticulously, as it offers a profound perspective on the priorities of key stakeholders.


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