MSCI raises EA’s ESG ratings to ‘AA’ or ESG leader

MSCI raises EA’s ESG ratings to ‘AA’ or ESG leader

Energy Absolute Public Company Limited (EA) received MSCI ESG Ratings from A to AA Sustainability Assessment by MSCI ESG Research, an agency with expertise and credibility in the international ESG index. This reinforces business operations based on Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) principles.

“EA Group aims to operate a green business that does not cause pollution,” revealed Mr. Amorn Sapthaweekul, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Energy Absolute Public Company Limited, a leader in energy innovation and electric vehicles. “We are doing this by developing renewable energy and electric vehicles for commercial purposes, including electric buses and electric passenger ferries with modern technology, supporting the ecosystem of electric vehicles that are environmentally friendly. The company attaches great importance to policy formulation and sustainable business operations that take into account the environment, society and corporate governance for the maximum benefit of customers, shareholders, partners and employees with fairness.” 

Energy Absolute Public Company Limited has previously received MSCI ESG Ratings for Sustainability Assessment from MSCI Level A in two consecutive years. The company was also listed in Thailand Sustainability Investment (THSI) of the Stock Exchange of Thailand for the fourth consecutive year. These achievements reflect the company’s sustainable business operations with environmental considerations social responsibility managed in accordance with the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles.

“EA Group is very pleased to receive the sustainability assessment results of MSCI ESG Ratings at AA level, classified as an ESG Leader. We will continue our policies and sustainable business operations under sustainable energy development guidelines. Our goal is to contribute to sustainable development of the economy, Thai society and environment while meeting and exceeding the expectations of all stakeholder groups.”

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