Governance Programs

The Company aligns its governance practices and programs with the requirements established for companies listed on Level 2 of Governance of the B3 (Brasil, Bolsa, Balcão), the rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil, the applicable legislation, as well as its strategic benchmark.

Copel reflects in its guidelines and initiatives its commitment to the principles of the Global Compact, as a signatory since its creation in 2000, and as defined in its Corporate Governance Policy.

Copel’s Corporate Governance Programs aim at the improvement of its Governance System, which goes beyond compliance with legal requirements in order to generate shared value to stakeholders, as an orientation linked to the guidelines of the Board of Directors and the strategic objectives “To be a reference in corporate sustainability, environmental, governance, risk management and compliance”.

Integrity Program

According to the electronic message (12.02.2021, at 11:56) from colleague Silmara de Souza Henriques, record 47496, the content on the Integrity Program will appear on the CIC page, still under construction by CMK and, therefore, it should be included in items and only the link to the CDR file of the document “Integrity Program”, namely.

Programa de Gestão Corporativa de Mudança do Clima

The Corporate Program of Climate Change Management (PGCMC) [Programa de Gestão Corporativa de Mudança do Clima] was established permanently in 2014, by Copel’s Board of Directors, with the objective of discussing and deliberating on actions linked to the study of the effects of climate change, as well as monitoring the actions resulting from the implementation of Copel’s Climate Change Policy and the voluntary commitments made. It has a Steering Committee, composed of representatives from all of Copel’s directorates, which seeks to discuss the topic and define actions to be implemented in the Company.

The Program’s actions include:
– Defining strategies and corporate indicators to meet Climate Change commitments;
– Monitoring emissions and propose reduction targets;
– Identifying risks and study adaptation measures;
– Monitoring market trends and prospecting business;
– Establishing strategies for the disclosure and dissemination of the concepts, actions and practices related to the Program;
– Exchanging experiences with public and private institutions; and-
– Validating the Company’s strategic technical documents related to the topic.