Providing a sustainable and secure supply of electricity to society is about more than volts, power lines and turbines. It’s also about having a dialogue and doing the right thing. We define our stakeholders as those people or groups who are affected by our actions and who have an effect on our organisation and services.
Who our stakeholders are was defined in 2013 after an analysis based on interviews with senior management of TenneT in the Netherlands and Germany, as well as a validation among the stakeholders identified. Our relationship with them may be defined by law (shareholders, governments, political parties and regulatory bodies), by internal or external cooperation (employees, suppliers, debt investors and rating agencies) or by the nature of the services we provide (customers, the media, NGO’s, local communities, and other European TSOs).