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Statnett aims to develop its CSR in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines for the electricity industry (GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines & Electric Utility Sector Supplement).

Statnett's CSR reporting for 2013 has been integrated in Statnett's 2013 annual report. We believe that in all material respects our reporting is consistent with GRI's reporting principles and that it satisfies level B pursuant to the guidelines.

The table below shows where in Statnett's 2013 annual report information about each issue and the main GRI indicators may be found, irrespective of whether this is fully or partly described. Indicators marked with an asterisk * are additional indicators which we have reported on.   

GRI codeTitleReference to Statnett - 2013 annual report
   
PROFILE  
Strategy and analysis  
1.1Statement from the President and CEOPresident and CEO summary
1.2Description of key impacts, risks and opportunitiesHighlights
  Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
  Board of directors' report 2013
Organisation  
2.1Name of the organisationStatnett SF
2.2Primary brands, products and / or servicesHighlights
  Board of directors' report 2013
  President and CEO summary
2.3Operational structure of the organisationCorporate governance
2.4Location of organisation's headquartersNote 1 General
2.5Countries where the company operatesBoard of directors' report 2013: Employees and organisation
2.6Nature of ownership and legal formCorporate governance: 1. Corporate governance
2.7Markets servedNot covered
2.8Scale of the reporting organisationBoard of directors' report 2013: Employees and organisation
  CSR: Employees
2.9Significant changes regarding size, structure or ownershipBoard of directors' report 2013: Employees and organisation
  CSR: Employees
2.10Awards receivedCSR: Employee development
EU1Installed capacityNot relevant for Statnett
EU2Net energy outputNot relevant for Statnett
EU3Number of customer accountsNot covered
EU4Length of transmission and distribution linesCSR: Climate ande the enviroment: Biodiversity and disruptions to the landscape
EU5Allocation of CO2 emissions allowances or equivalentCSR: Climate ande the enviroment: Climate
Reporting parameters  
3.1Reporting period2013
3.2Date of most recent previous reportAnnual report 2012
3.3Reporting cycleAnnual
3.4Contact point for questions regarding the reportKnut Hundhammer
3.5Process for defining report contentCSR: CSR organisation
3.6Boundary of the report (organisational)CSR: Statnett's CSR reporting
3.7Limitations on the scope or boundary of the report (issue)CSR: Statnett's CSR reporting
3.8Basis for reporting on joint ventures, subsidiaries etc.CSR: Statnett's CSR reporting
3.9Data measurement techniques and the basis of calculationsCSR: Statnett's CSR reporting
3.10Explanation of the effect of any re-statementsCSR: Statnett's CSR reporting
3.11Significant changes regarding scope or boundariesCSR: Statnett's CSR reporting
3.12Overview of reported indicatorsStatnett's GRI table
3.13Practice for external assurance for the reportCSR: Statnett's CSR reporting
Governance, commitments and engagement  
4.1Governance structure of the organisationCorporate governance: 1. Corporate governance
4.2Whether the Chair of the Board also is an executive officerPresentation of the Board of Directors
  Corporate governance: 8.Corporate assembly and Board of Directors, composition and independence
   
4.3Independent and/or non-executive members of the boardPresentation of the Board of Directors
4.4Mechanisms for shareholders and employees to provide recommendations or direction to the boardCorporate governance: 7. Election committee
  Corporate governance: 8. Corporate assembly, Board of Directors, composition and independence
4.5Compensation for members of the board and senior executives and performanceNote 14
4.6Board processes to ensure that conflicts of interest are avoidedCorporate governance
4.7Process for determining the qualifications of the board membersCorporate governance
4.8Internally developed missions or values etc.CSR
  Corporate governance
4. 9Board procedures for overseeing the organisationCorporate governance
4.10Processes for evaluating the board's own performanceCorporate governance
4.11Precautionary approachCSR
4.12Externally developed principles or initiatives to which the organisation subscribesCSR
  Corporate governance
4.13Membership of associationsCSR
4.14List of stakeholder groups engaged by the organisationCSR
4.15Identification and selection of stakeholder groupsNot included in the 2013 annual report
INDICATORS AND MANAGEMENT APPROACH  
Economy  
EU6Short and long-term electricity availability and reliabilityCSR: Statnett and society: Security of supply
EU7Demand-side management programmes for reduced energy consumptionNot relevant for Statnett
EU8Research and development activity and expenditureCSR: Innovation and R&D work
EU9Provisions for decommissioning of nuclear power sitesNot relevant for Statnett
EC1Economic value generated and distributedCSR: Statnett and society: Distribution of value created
EC2Financial implications, risks and opportunities due to climate changeCSR: Statnett and society: Innovation and R&D
  CSR: Climate and the enviroment
EC3Coverage of the organisation's defined benefit plan obligationsNote 1
EC4Financial assistance received from governmentNote 1
EC5 *Range of ratios of standard entry level wage compared to local minimum wagePursuant to regulations
EU10Planlegging av produksjonskapasitet i forhold til forventet behovNot relevant for Statnett
EU11Average generation efficiency of plants based on fossil fuelNot relevant for Statnett
EU12Transmission and distribution lossesCSR: Climate and the enviroment: Emissions from Statnett's operations: Energy use and grid losses
Environment  
EN3Direct energy consumptionCSR: Climate and the enviroment: Emissions from Statnett's operations: Energy use and grid losses
EN11Protected areas and areas of high biodiversity valueCSR: Climate and the enviroment: Power grid and cables
  CSR: Climate ande the enviroment: Biodiversity and disruptions to the landscape
EN12Significant biodiversity impacts and areas of high biodiversity valueCSR: Climate and the enviroment: Power grid and cables
EN14 *Strategies, current actions, and future plans for managing impacts on biodiversityCSR: Climate ande the enviroment: Biodiversity and disruptions to the landscape
EN16Direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissionsCSR: Climate ande the enviroment: Climate
EN22Total weight of waste and disposal methodCSR: Climate and the enviroment: Emissions from Statnett's operations
EN23Significant spillsCSR: Climate and the enviroment: Emissions from Statnett's operations
EN26Mitigation of environmental impacts of products and servicesCSR: Climate and the enviroment: Emissions from Statnett's operations
EN27Products and packaging materials that are reclaimedCSR: Climate and the enviroment: Emissions from Statnett's operations
EN28Fines and sanctions related to environmental issuesCSR: Employees: Health, safety and the environment
Employee follow-up  
EU14Programmes and processes to ensure availability of a skilled workforceCSR: Employees: Employee development
EU15Percentage of employees eligible to retire in the next 5 to 10 yearsCSR: Employees: Age profile
EU16Policies and requirements regarding health and safety trainingCSR: Employees: Health, safety and the environment
LA1WorkforceCSR: Employees: Employees
LA2TurnoverCSR: Employees: Internal mobility and recruitment
EU18Percentage of contractor/subcontractor employees that have undergone relevant health and safety trainingCSR: Employees: Health, safety and the environment
LA4Employees covered by collective bargaining agreementsRegulated by Norwegian law
LA5Minimum notice period(s) regarding significant operational changes/restructuringRegulated by Norwegian law
LA7Injuries and occupational illness, lost days and absenteeismCSR: Employees: Health, safety and the environment
LA11 *Skills management and lifelong learningCSR: Employees: Employee development
  CSR: Employees: Internal mobility and recruitment
LA12 *Percentage of employees with performance and career development reviewsCSR: Employees: Employee development
LA13Composition of governance bodies and breakdown of employees per categoryCSR: Employees: Gender equality and diversity
LA14Ratio of basic salary of men to womenCSR: Employees: Gender equality and diversity
Human rights  
HR2Suppliers and contractors assessed as regards respect of human rightsPursuant to regulations
HR4Incidents of discriminationNo cases registered
HR5Risk identification on freedom of association and collective bargainingNo cases registered
HR6Risk identification on child labourNo cases registered
HR7Risk identification on forced or compulsory labourNo cases registered
HR9 *Violations involving rights of aboriginal peopleNo cases registered
Society  
 Disclosure on management approach 
EU19Stakeholder participation in development plans and projectsCSR: Statnett's CSR reporting: Stakeholder dialogues
EU21Contingency planning measures and training programmesCSR: Statnett and society: Preparedness
SO4Actions taken in response to incidents of corruptionNo corruption cases
SO6 *Financial and in-kind contributions to political parties, politicians and other related institutionsNo cases registered
SO7 *Actions for anti-competitive behaviourNo cases registered
SO8Fines and sanctions for non-compliance with laws and regulations related to corruption, discrimination, accounting fraud etc.No cases registered
Product responsibility  
 Disclosure on management approach 
PR1Health and safety impact assessments in the lifecycle of product and servicesCSR: Statnett and society: Electromagnetic fields
EU25Injuries and fatalities to third partiesCSR: Employees: Health, safety and the environment
PR5 *Customer satisfactionCSR: Statnett and society: Reputation and visibility
EU28Power outage frequencyCSR: Statnett and society: Security of supply
EU29Power outage durationCSR: Statnett and society: Security of supply
EU30Average plant availabilityNot relevant for Statnett
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