Investors Call On Power Sector And Wall Street To Focus Attention On Financial Risks From Climate Change [USA]

Author: Ceres, Published on: 13 April 2005

...leading U.S. institutional investors today called on the country's 50 largest investor-owned greenhouse gas emitters in the electric power industry to report within a year how future greenhouse gas limits will affect their financial bottom lines and steps they are taking to reduce those financial impacts...[refers to climate risk reports by American Electric Power, Cinergy, TXU, Southern Company, FirstEnergy, Progress Energy, DTE Energy; refers to actions by Calpers, California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS), Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds; also refers to Dominion Energy (part of Dominion Resources), Xcel Energy, Ameren, Edison International, Scottish Power, Allegheny Energy, AES, Duke Energy, FPL Group, Entergy, CenterPoint Energy, Reliant Resources, E.ON, Mirant, PPL, Westar Energy, Dynegy, Wisconsin Energy, OGE Energy, Alliant Energy, CMS Energy, MidAmerican Energy, PG&E, Calpine, PSEG, Constellation Energy, TECO Energy, Great Plains Energy, SCANA, DPL, NiSource, Pinnacle West Capital, Exelon, WPS Resources, UniSource Energy, KeySpan, Sierra Pacific Resources, TransAlta, Oglethorpe Power, Aquila, Vectren, Allete, PNM Resources]

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Related companies: AES Alliant Energy American Electric Power Calpine CenterPoint Energy Cinergy (now Duke Energy) CMS Energy Constellation Energy DPL DTE Energy Duke Energy Dynegy E.ON Edison International Entergy Exelon FirstEnergy FPL Group Great Plains Energy KeySpan Mirant (part of NRG Energy) Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) PNM Resources PPL Progress Energy (part of Duke Energy) Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Scottish Power Southern Company TransAlta TXU WPS Resources Xcel Energy