Building a better, cleaner future for everyone
Through our operations, we have a long history of doing what is right; being environmentally conscious, embracing diversity, supporting our people and giving back to our communities. Now more than ever we need to be as transparent as possible on these topics, which is why we want to tell our story with our inaugural Environmental, Social and Governance Report.
2021 ESG Highlights
Cleaner energy will define the future and we will help bring that future to life. Contributing to creating a cleaner future will grow our company into a sustainable and reliable energy provider that is more valued by customers, employees, communities and stakeholders.
Our commitment is to reduce the GHG emissions from our own operations to net-zero by 2030 and to help Canada and the world transition to a low-carbon energy system.
To find out more about our pathway to net-zero, click here
Our people are the foundation of our Company. Each and every one contributes to the success of TriSummit Utilities.
Our people take great pride in supporting and having a positive impact in the communities where we live and work.
The safety of our employees and communities is our top priority.
Our commitment to safety and continuous improvements includes:
- Employee safety and system integrity programs that meet or exceed regulatory requirements
- Dedicated safety leadership
- Proactive reporting of hazards
- Emergency preparedness
- Transparent communication
Social responsibility at TriSummit begins by working with our employees and the communities where we live and work, and understanding their needs.
Our charitable giving is focused on donations to non-profits, registered charities, municipalities and foundations that strive to:
TriSummit Utilities recognizes the unique interests and rich culture that Indigenous Peoples of Canada have contributed to the country.
As an organization, we acknowledge the devastating impacts that colonization has had on Indigenous communities and are committed to nurturing long-term, transparent relationships that honour the values of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
We vow to work closely with our Indigenous partners to understand their perspectives so that we can make responsible and respectful decisions and better educate our employees.
Reconciliation starts with us.
To find out more about our commitment, click here