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The transformation of the energy system, coupled with digital transformation, brings about a change and evolution in the way work is performed and goods and services are delivered, and makes suppliers essential partners to make sustainable progress in the entire environment in which we operate.
Companies that stimulate their suppliers to commit to being sustainable will also be able to better quantify, and even decrease, the total impacts generated.
That is why, in 2020, we launched the Supplier Development Program to support the growth path of supply chain companies and, at the same time, contribute to the achievement of the Group's strategic objectives. To date, the program is active in the countries in which we operate in order to facilitate the right transition to a decarbonized economy by giving access to a range of services (economic, training, managerial skills and consulting), with a focus on local small and medium-sized companies and the people in them.
These range from financial instruments that can facilitate access to liquidity, to managerial and technical training programs to encourage business reconversion towards energy transition, from consulting services on sustainability, circular economy, strategy, M&A and internationalization, to access to catalogs of transportation and work machinery, and services for obtaining certifications. Particular attention is paid to initiatives to support business conversion and diversification and consisting of periodic meetings with individual traditional generation companies aimed at accompanying them in processes of growth and upgrading to expanding areas such as renewables or new services related to energy efficiency.