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Corporate Responsibility Metrics - Fiscal Year 2013

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Affordable & Reliable Energy

SO2 emissions (calendar year)*
123,913 tons
0.86 tons/GWh
NOx emission (calendar year)*
46,898 tons
0.33 tons/GWh
CO2 emission (calendar year)* 72,150,973 tons
501 tons/GWh
Hg emission rate 2,903 lbs
0.021 lbs/GWh
Renewable energy capacity 6,419 MW
Clean energy generation**
49%
Reportable environmental events (REES) 14
Effective retail rate 8.66 cents/KWh
Reliability rate 99.999%

 

*Emissions reported on a calendar year to better match regulatory reporting.
**Nuclear generation, energy efficiency and renewable energy (wind, biomass, solar and hydro) purchases/generation are expressed as a percentage of all purchased power and TVA-operated generation.

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Economic Development

Sustainable Valley Communities Initiative 13
Tax-equivalent payments to Valley States $548 Million
Capital investments (from companies in TVA service area) $5 Billion
Jobs created & retained 52,000
Annual operating revenue $11 billion
Number of companies recruited or expanded in the TVA service area 170

 

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Environmental Stewardship

Acres of reservoir land 293,000
Number of TVA operated public recreation sites 80
Number of TVA managed commercial recreation agreements 170

 

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Integrated River Management

Miles of river managed 652
Number of dams 49
Amount of cargo transported on river system annually 50 million tons
Number of drinking water recipients 4.7 Million people
Money saved through flood damage reduction or prevention $800 Million
Amount of money saved in transportation costs of goods shipped due to maintenance of navigable waterways $550 Million
GWh of hydropower generated 18,200 GWh

 

 

Additional information on TVA metrics used to track achievement of TVA’s Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan can be found on the OMB Energy and Environmental Sustainability Scorecard.

 

 

 

 

           
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