US utility Eversource Energy announced that it is a member of the Edison Electric Institute to promote consistency in reporting utilities progress on environmental, social, governance and sustainability issues.
Edison Electric Institute (EEI) launched a template for uniform disclosure of utility investments in sustainability for the benefit of consumer and financial markets.
The template guides energy providers on how to report on energy portfolios, emissions, and human and natural resources.
Jim Judge, CEO at Eversource Energy, said:“Our work on behalf of our communities correlates with our efforts to be the catalyst for clean energy development in New England.
“We continue to execute our strategic plan to advance diversity and inclusion across all our operations and to our Board of Trustees. We believe that a diverse and engaged workforce and inclusive culture contributes to our success and sustainability.”
The announcement follows:
- Eversource leading in clean energy (solar) generation, energy storage and in the development of electric vehicles charging infrastructure in New England,
- Being recognised amongst the nation's top 20 company leaders in corporate sustainability and environmental performance in the annual Green Rankings list of 500 US companies,
- Being consistently identified as one of the nation’s top-ranked providers of energy efficiency programmes.