Sustainability as the path toward the energy of the future

We aspire to lead the changes in Brazil’s energy matrix and bring them to the world based on sustainable, reliable solutions that yield solid results.

Aware of the implications of climate change caused by global warming, Copa Energia seeks to adjust to new global needs when it comes to supplying energy that is safe, accessible and appropriately scaled. Environmental, social and governance sustainability pave the way at this company.

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Strategic pillars for action

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To cultivate ethical and transparent relations with all stakeholders and uphold the best practices of corporate governance.

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To see to it that our energy arrives each day safely and conveniently for the largest possible number of clients.


To create a workplace that is safe, diverse and inclusive, with ongoing development for our employees.


To undertake responsible management of the value chain, incorporating ESG criteria Into our relations with our resale partners.


To provide low-carbon energy solutions and mitigate the environmental impacts of our operations.

In synergy with the best market practices, Copa Energia has engaged in extensive research and reflection to develop its 5 Strategic Pillars of Sustainability. These pillars are endowed with the strategic drivers that guide the development of short-, medium- and long-term goals and projects, they are science-based and encourage the participation of all company stakeholders (including clients, investors, suppliers, employees, governments, specialists and others).

Copa Energia’s voluntary ESG commitments

What is ESG?

The acronym ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) has to do with the necessary response of businesses to the challenges of contemporary society. It involves the synthesis of economic value creation with environmental, social and corporate governance issues. That is to say, it is a way for businesses to show responsibility and commitment to the market in which they operate, to their consumers, suppliers, employees and investors.

In order to affirm our internal commitments, Copa Energia has entered into commitments with a variety of national and global institutions. Find out more:

GRI Global Reporting Initiative

GRI is an independent international organization that helps companies and other organizations to take responsibility for their impacts, providing them with a common global language to communicate these  consequences.

The Ethos Institute

The Ethos Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility is a Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIP, by the Brazilian acronym) whose mission it is to mobilize, raise awareness and help companies to manage their businesses in ways that are socially responsible, making them partners in the construction of a just and sustainable society.

The UN Global Compact in Brazil

The UN Global Compact in Brazil was created in 2003, and today is the third largest local network in the world, with more than 1,500 members. The more than 40 projects under way in this country chiefly address the following domains: Water and Sanitation, Food and Agriculture, Energy and Climate, Human and Labor Rights, Anticorruption, Engagement and Communication.

GHG Protocol

The Brazilian Program for the GHG Protocol was created in 2008 and is responsible for the adaptation of the GHG Protocol method to the Brazilian context and for the development of tools for calculating estimates of greenhouse gases emissions (GHGs).

Internal sustainability programs