Report Introduction

Letter from the Chairman Company Profile
Sustainability Strategy Awards & Recognition

Safety and Environment

Employee Health & Safety Public Safety
GHG Emissions Reductions - Introduction Air Quality/Non-GHG Emissions
Waste Management Habitat & Biodiversity
Electric Vehicles Oil to Gas Conversions
Water ISO Certification

Operational Excellence

Physical Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Ethical Business Practices
Climate Resilience Core System Upgrades
Supply Chain Governance

Customer and Community

Stakeholder Engagement & Collaboration Distributed Energy Resources
Talent Attraction, Development & Retention Workforce Diversity & Inclusion
Training & Professional Development Volunteerism


Executive Summary Data snapshot

Safety and Environment

Air Quality/Non-GHG Emissions

II.D._Air_Quality___Non-GHG_EmissionsWe are also converting the generating equipment at our steam and electric generating stations to burn No. 4 oil as the backup fuel to natural gas instead of No. 6 oil, which is heavier and contains a higher concentration of criteria pollutants. All Con Edison units will be converted by the end of 2019, in order to be capable of burning No. 4 fuel oil by the winter of 2019-20 and to meet the City of New York’s new requirements. With our system already burning more than 90 percent natural gas, this step further reduces the total emissions of the steam system that followed the significant gas emissions additions conversions completed in 2013.

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