In its management model, Atlantic Renewable Energies is oriented by the most judicious market standards to formulate the guidelines to social and environmental management of its operations.
To accomplish that, the company aims to integrate its Sustainability Management System to these principles, strengthening its commitment to financial institutions and financiers and keeping total focus on the mitigation of risks for the environment, for the workers and for neighboring communities.
Adopted in the company’s management, IFC Performance Standards establish technical and organizational requirements to manage social and environmental risks in projects.
The guidelines of Equator Principles are applied in risk management by financial institutions to determine, analyze and manage social and environmental risks in projects. Atlantic’s management model is aligned with the established guidelines.
World Bank’s Environment, Health and Safety Guidelines are also part of Atlantic’s sustainability management model. They define general and specific limits and technical guidelines concerning aspects related to the efficient use of resources, pollution prevention and health and safety.