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

Electric Vehicles

Charging big fleets of electric vehicles has become more energy efficient and less costly thanks to a project we conducted with three research partners. Our engineers worked with experts from FedEx, General Electric, and Columbia University’s School of Engineering to show how smart-grid technology linked to charging stations can track and manage the power flow to electric vehicles. Large energy users pay “demand charges”—fees based on the largest amount of power a customer uses at any one time during the month. Our experts devised a system to control a fleet’s energy usage, which lowers the company’s peak usage and reduces demand charges. That means considerable savings for a company with a large fleet—savings that can be passed on to the customers. We estimate there are nearly 4,700 electric vehicles in New York City and Westchester County. We are committed to maintaining the industry-leading reliability of electric vehicles while providing electric vehicle drivers with the power they need.

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