We are committed to creating long-term, sustainable value for our customers, our shareowners and the communities we serve. We understand the decisions we make today can help shape our energy future for generations to come.

Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

We have set a goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and are targeting a 70% reduction from 2010 levels by 2035 and an 80% reduction by 2040. We are fully committed to driving innovation that enables us to achieve net-zero carbon emissions and ensuring a balanced, responsible and just transition for our employees, communities and customers as we advance the clean energy transition.

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Our Sustainability Reports

Our current sustainability programs, performance metrics and initiatives are presented annually in our sustainability report. Our report presents our views about the company’s direct and indirect impacts, risks, challenges and opportunities.

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Our Sustainability Commitments

Our sustainability commitments provide a framework for PPL to grow and innovate in a responsible, reliable way that benefits customers, shareowners, employees and society as a whole.

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Sustainability Spotlight

Safari Energy Reaches 500th Commercial Solar Project

This major milestone includes projects either developed or acquired across 24 states and Washington D.C. Combined, Safari Energy’s projects have generated more than 618,000 megawatt-hours of electricity, or the equivalent of avoiding more than 437,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions.

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Advancing a cleaner energy future

The Keystone Solar Future Project is an example of the innovative thinking PPL Electric is using as new on-site generation technologies transform the utility environment. The project will set up a “distributed system platform” that leverages the company’s existing smart grid technology to plan for, monitor and control distributed energy resources such as solar panels.

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