Sustainable Electricity

The Canadian Electricity Association’s (CEA) Sustainable Electricity™ program, implemented under the strategic guidance of its board of directors, was launched on February 19, 2009 as a response to the challenge of creating a sustainable tomorrow.

Addressing the three components of sustainability—environment, society, and the economy—the program enables the electricity industry to take a holistic approach to managing its impact and securing a collective energy future.

The foundational elements of the program

  1. All Corporate Utility Members must agree and adhere to the Sustainable Development – Corporate Responsibility Policy
  2. All Corporate Utility Members must report on their Sustainable Electricity key performance indicators, which are synthesized in an annual sustainability report
  3. Each utility must undergo independent external verification of its sustainability performance.
  4. A Public Advisory Panel provides feedback on the members’ sustainability performance

Our commitment to Sustainable Electricity

As a member of the CEA and an active participant in its Sustainable Electricity program, we place a high value on sustainable development and are committed to continually improving our overall sustainable development performance and reporting to stakeholders in a timely and transparent manner.

Trusted to provide energy services to current and future customers in an environmentally sustainable, safe, reliable, and cost-effective manner, we strive to become a leading Sustainable Electricity company.