Newfoundland Power is committed to the guiding principles of the Canadian Electricity Association’s (CEA) Sustainable Electricity Program.
As a member of the CEA, Newfoundland Power is an active participant in the Sustainable Electricity Program.
Sustainable Electricity is our response to the challenge of creating a sustainable tomorrow.
Sustainable Electricity is comprised of the following four elements:
- CEA utilities must commit to the Policy for Sustainable Development – Corporate Responsibility
- CEA utilities must report annually on environmental, social, and economic performance indicators
- The program will be guided by an external Public Advisory Panel
- Each utility must undergo independent external verification as part of its commitment to the Program
Newfoundland Power will pursue business strategies and activities that meet the needs of its stakeholders while protecting
and enhancing the needs of the future. Sustainable Electricity is about focusing on the environmental, economic and social
aspects of the electricity business. Newfoundland Power, and other utility members of the CEA, take a holistic approach
to managing our impacts and securing our collective future.
For additional information, view www.sustainableelectricity.ca
*Sustainable Electricity Program (SEP) replaced the Environmental Commitment and Responsibility (ECR) Program in 2008.