PR News recognizes Canadian utility for its commitment to stakeholders
TORONTO, Feb. 13, 2013 /CNW/ - Toronto Hydro Corporation ("Toronto Hydro") is pleased to announce that it was recognized on Monday for its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts by PR News for Stakeholder Engagement.
PR News, a U.S. based organization that focuses on learning and training opportunities for the communications community, awarded the utility with this honour. Toronto Hydro, one of seven finalists, was selected as the winner in the Stakeholder Engagement category based on its efforts to embed CSR in the organization and engage stakeholders for input.
"Our CSR program is a measure of our commitment to sustainability," said Blair Peberdy, Vice President Communications and Public Affairs. "As we work to advance sustainability in our workplace and community, we look to our stakeholders to help us meet our goals. At the end of the day, everyone benefits."
Toronto Hydro's vision is to work together with stakeholders to meet community needs, and provide safe and reliable service in the most responsible way.
"We'd like to congratulate all the nominees who took part in the PR News CSR Awards," said Blair Peberdy. "It's encouraging and inspiring to see such meaningful sustainability efforts underway in the business community. At Toronto Hydro, we remain committed and strive to continuously improve."
For more information on Toronto Hydro's corporate responsibility report 'OUR WORLD. OUR CITY. OUR RESPONSIBILITY' visit www.torontohydro.com/responsibility
About Toronto Hydro
The principal business of the Corporation and its subsidiaries is the distribution of electricity by Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited. Toronto Hydro-Electric System owns and operates an electricity distribution system, which delivers electricity to approximately 712,000 customers located in the City of Toronto. It is the largest municipal electricity distribution company in Canada and distributes approximately 18% of the electricity consumed in the Province of Ontario.
SOURCE: Toronto Hydro Corporation
For further information:
Tanya Bruckmueller, Toronto Hydro-Electric System