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ESG/Sustainability
To better serve customers and investors, the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) launched an environmental, social, governance, and sustainability-related (ESG/sustainability) reporting template, with the goal of helping EEI’s member electric companies provide investors with more uniformity and better consistency for ESG/sustainability metrics. 

In order to assess the current ESG/sustainability reporting practices, EEI assembled a broad working group comprised of institutional investors who specialize in asset management, ESG/sustainability, investment banking, and buy-side and sell-side research and electric company officials from various disciplines, including accounting, environment, ESG/sustainability, finance, treasury, investor relations, and legal.

The electric companies participating in the pilot will publish their 2016 data in December 2017. For those interested in the information, it typically will be posted on the investor relations or sustainability sections of the electric company’s website.

Voluntary ESG/Sustainability Reporting Template

Qualitative
ESG/Sustainability Governance  Management and oversight of ESG/Sustainability.
​ESG/Sustainability Strategy Practices, programs, and initiatives designed to support the company’s transition to a lower carbon and increasingly sustainable energy future.
Quantitative
Portfolio

Emissions 

Resources 
An Excel-based data reporting template that is customized for regulated electric companies to include metrics on owned and/or purchased generation data by technology/resource type, as well as other metrics related to capital investments, emissions, and natural and human resources.
Note: data for these areas should include as much historical, current, and forward-looking information as is appropriate.