Client Global Renewable Energy Company

Sustainia advised on the implementation of CSRD & ESRS with the production of multiple communications materials for internal and external stakeholders. 

The challenge

With its sights set on achieving a carbon-neutral Europe by 2050, the European Union (EU) has introduced the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) to continue its efforts towards sustainable use and maintenance of resources. The regulation will affect approximately 50.000 companies – including large companies in the EU, companies listed on EU-regulated markets, and non-EU companies with branches or subsidiaries in the EU – and mandates these companies to document and report a wide range of sustainability issues based on the guidelines set out under the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) starting from 2024.

The solution

We believe in the power of engaging and fact-based communications. We first analysed the legal requirements of the CSRD, broke it into bits, and matched them with the intent and operations of the client. Our analysts then created a creative brief for us to be able to produce a series of content pieces in the form of short and long presentations, one-pagers, articles, and infographics that would serve as inspirational material of an otherwise complex issue.

The client

The renewable energy company operates across the globe and develops and operates renewable energy assets, buy and sell energy and invest 100 per cent of the growth entirely in renewables. The company has been making clean energy possible for over a century and continue to lead the way towards a carbon free future.