PG&E releases 2011 corporate responsibility and sustainability report

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – PG&E Corporation released its 2011 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report today, outlining its progress in safety, environmental performance, customer solutions and community vitality, among other areas of sustainability.

The report also captures PGamp;E’s renewed focus on the basics of its business – providing safe, reliable and affordable energy.

“Sustainability is rooted in PG&E’s long-standing commitment to the environment. However, it’s also much more than that; it encompasses our relationships with our customers and employees, as well as our ongoing commitment to the economic vitality of our business and the communities we serve,” said Tony Earley, chairman, chief executive officer and president of PG&E Corporation. “Sustainability is crucial to PG&E’s long-term success.”

PG&E’s 2011 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report is available at, where visitors can access videos, stories and other content that bring PG&E’s sustainability efforts to life. The report covers PG&E’s progress in areas such as public and employee safety, gas and electric operations, environmental performance, diversity and inclusion, customer energy programs, financial results, and community vitality.

“PG&E is working every day to drive sustainability across the business, at all levels, and this effort is inspired by the dedication and leadership of our employees,” said Ezra Garrett, vice president of community relations and chief sustainability officer of PG&E. “We are also focused on engaging with and invigorating the neighborhoods where our customers and employees live and work.”

The report follows the recent announcement of PG&E’s inclusion on the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index for the fifth consecutive year, recognizing PG&E’s ongoing commitment across the economic, environmental and social dimensions of sustainability. PG&E was also recently named to the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index for the fourth year in a row for the quality of the company’s reporting on greenhouse gas emissions and the business risks and opportunities from climate change.

Pacific Gas and Electric is a subsidiary of PG&E Corp. (NYSE:PCG).