Additional Environmental Performance Indicators (2005–2007)†
Emissions Statistics (for Utility-retained generation only)1
(Additional statistics on the greenhouse gas emissions associated with PG&E's delivered electricity are available on the following pages: emissions rates, emissions sources.)
Other Emissions Statistics
† PG&E does not trigger threshold reporting levels for those substances reported under the Toxic Release Inventory.
1 PG&E's Utility-retained generation comprised approximately 32 percent of our delivered electricity in 2007. For comparison to national average emission rates, see this page.
2 PG&E's Hunters Point Power Plant ceased operations on May 15, 2006.
3 These increases were due to temporary fuel oil combustion at PG&E's Humboldt Bay power plant during periods of natural gas curtailment.
4 Updated figures for 2005 and 2006 based on PG&E's independently verified emissions.
5 Data not available at the time of this report’s publication.
Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste1
1 See this page for PG&E's total federal and California-regulated hazardous waste.
2 Low-level radioactive waste was generated, but stored on site.
3 Corrected figure from previously printed Corporate Responsibility Report.