We are charting a path to net-zero carbon emissions from electricity generation by 2050.
We've reduced carbon emissions from electricity generation 39% below 2005 levels.
We have retired more than 50 coal units in the last decade.
We own, operate or contract more than 8,000 megawatts of renewables and are invested for the long haul.
We continue to develop energy efficiency programs, tools and resources to help our customers save money, reduce their environmental impact and use energy wisely.
Generating electricity from renewable resources will play an increasingly important role in the transition to cleaner energy.
The bold actions we take today will lead to a cleaner energy future tomorrow. To that end, we will continue to revisit our carbon reduction goals and strive to achieve net-zero emissions from electricity generation by midcentury.
We understand the importance of environmental stewardship. That's why we work with stakeholders to develop initiatives to lessen the effects of energy production on surrounding habitats.
Better air quality is one of our top priorities. We’ve invested more than $7.5 billion in environmental control equipment since 1999 to lower emissions from our power plants.
Water is a shared natural resource and an important part of communities we serve. We're taking actions today to keep our lakes, rivers and shorelines healthy for years to come.
From our real estate assets to our power plant sites, we are committed to land, water and habitat preservation. Learn more about forest management, avian protection and other important initiatives.
We're continuing to make progress closing coal ash basins in ways that put safety first, protect the environment, minimize impact to communities and manage costs.
Leaders within our Sustainability and Treasury departments work together to determine the disbursement of funds across eligible projects.
We are committed to being transparent about our environmental performance and to discussing issues of importance to the company and our stakeholders.
To help ensure reliable service, qualified tree personnel use integrated vegetation management (IVM) to inspect and clear vegetation that poses a threat to distribution and transmission lines.
Now more than ever, we have a responsibility to produce and deliver energy to our customers that’s reliable, affordable and increasingly clean. That’s sustainability and it’s the key to our success in the 21st century.