Taking action on sustainability in our operations


We strive to consider sustainability in our operations, including the environmental impact of our offices, and human rights and diversity within our supply chain.

Sustainability in our built environment

Within our office environments, we look to reduce our environmental impact. This includes increasing our use of renewable energy, practicing mindful business travel, responsibly expanding our global offices, and using sustainable technology.

Renewable energy use

In 2021, Enel North America and Wellington agreed to terms for a 10-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) for an 11 MW portion of the energy delivered to the grid by Enel’s Rockhaven wind.

Under the agreed terms, the clean energy contracted for Wellington is expected to equal or exceed the electricity needs for all Wellington US corporate offices, as well as residential electricity usage of our US employees, in line with our hybrid-work approach.

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Managing our supply chain responsibly

We value diversity and inclusion in every aspect of our business, including procurement. We strive for diverse suppliers to be direct and indirect providers of goods and services to our firm, collaborating with suppliers owned by women, military veterans, differently abled people, and members of the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer/questioning (LGBTIQ+) communities. We are raising internal awareness about opportunities to increase our work with diverse suppliers and trading partners, in part via our business networks.

We also take seriously our obligations to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking. We are committed to taking appropriate steps to ensure that the requirements of Australia’s and the UK’s respective Modern Slavery Acts are met within our business and supply chain. Read both our Australian and UK Modern Slavery Act statements.