The publicly available ENEA Group Code of Conduct for Contractors sets out our basic requirements from suppliers, regarding their compliance with the law and market and ethical standards in respect to human rights and work safety, protection of the natural environment, prevention of corruption and conflict of interest and compliance with the rules of fair competition. The code transfers the values and rules of conduct set out in other documents to the area of broadly-defined cooperation with suppliers. Suppliers acknowledge and agree to apply its provisions in the contracts they sign.
In the ENEA Group Procurement Policy, one of the rules for structuring procurement processes is to use criteria other than price, with special consideration for social aspects (including professional and social integration of the unemployed, the youth and the disabled), environmental aspects (including energy efficiency of the subject of contract) and innovativeness. The offer evaluation criteria are determined on the basis of procurement regulations, for each procurement process individually. In each procurement process, the same criteria are applied to all contractors.
In 2021, a new derivative act named Rules for evaluating contractors in the General Purchasing Procurement Area in the ENEA Group. It should unify the rules for evaluating cooperation with contractors in the specified area.