Good governance at acciona.org
acciona.org is a Spanish foundation started by ACCIONA, S.A. in 2008 with the name of ACCIONA Microenergia, which was registered in the Spain Ministry of Education, Social Policy and Sport's Assistance Foundations Registry with number 28-1544.
Nowadays it is registered with number 917SND in the Spain Ministry of Justice's State Foundations Unique Registry created in 2015. It is also registered as NGO in the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (so called AECID) with number 2421.
Its CIF (VAT number) is G85577732 and its registered office is on Avenida de Europa num. 18 at Alcobendas (Madrid, Spain).
The acciona.org Foundation board of trustees, at its meeting on May 11th, 2016, agreed to totally assume -even though it was already applicable due to acciona.org was founded by ACCIONA- the ACCIONA Code of Conduct, as well as all those compliance policies, anti-corruption policies and any other regulation in this area approved for the ACCIONA group of companies.
Following this commitment to good governance, ethics, integrity and transparency, below we share the documents showing our founding principles, our annual goals, and their execution represented in economic reports.
We also share our annual reports, where we include a summary on the foundation's corporate governance, we explain the actions performed in a narrative way, we show the results of those actions, and we reflect the increasingly positive impacts on the communities where we work.
We make an estimate to measure those impacts that we also link to their contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals, through an own methodology based on:
- our actions' impact measurement made by third parties,
- the data collected in the surveys carried out among users before and after the execution of our projects, and
- the UNFCC's Clean Development Mechanism methodologies.
OUR RESULTS INCREASE THEIR IMPACTS EVERY YEAR
Our annual reports show the evolution of how, through providing access to basic services, we favour the Development of the low-income communities where we work.
(Reports only available in Spanish version)