Tokyogasgroup csr report

Contribution to Local Communities

Targets and Performance

Building Communities and a Way of Life that is Safe and Secure

<Reasons for identification of material aspects>
To contribute as an energy company to the development of disaster-resilient communities and more accessible communities in order to help create a sustainable society.

Performance in FY2016: Overview and Assessment
Criteria for evaluating indicators  

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Target achieved (100% or above)
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Target not achieved but improved from previous fiscal year (not 100% achieved but improved from previous fiscal year)
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Target not achieved
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Qualitative indicators with no evaluation axis are evaluated on the basis of whether or not progress has been made since the previous fiscal year.

 

Target
(CSR indicator)
FY2016 results Evaluation
Strengthening of initiatives to enrich society May 2016: Tokyo Gas's Toyosu Smart Energy Center was completed. This will form the hub of a smart energy network under development in the Toyosu wharf district.
Various projects were pursued in Tsunashima Sustainable Smart Town, including development of an energy center, and energy services began to be phased in from December 2016.
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Provision of information on disaster prevention measures

We strengthened our ties with local communities and worked together on activities to improve disaster preparedness (both through self-help and mutual assistance), beautify the environment, and otherwise improve life with the aim of contributing to the development of more disaster-resilient communities and more accessible communities.
Examples of activitiesParticipation and cooperation in disaster prevention events, community cleanup activities, interactive disaster preparedness program (“Iza! Kaeru Caravan!”), development of materials to raise disaster awareness, and other activities: 315

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Key Future Initiatives from FY2017

Target
(CSR indicator)
Key initiatives
Strengthening of initiatives to enrich society Branch offices and corporate museums in various locales will provide information on disaster preparedness through disaster prevention events.
Provision of information on disaster prevention measures We will strengthen our ties with local communities and work together on activities to raise disaster preparedness (both through self-help and mutual assistance) and beautify the environment with the aim of contributing to the development of more disaster-resilient communities and more accessible communities.
DFF Inc., Corporate Social Responsibility Sect, General Administration Dept., Corporate Planning Dept., Resources & Global Business Division, Energy Solution Div, Power Buisiness Dept., Pipeline Network Division, IT Division, Residential Sales Div., Fundamental Technology Dept., Energy Solution Div, Environmental Affairs Dept., Purchasing Dept. , Health Insurance & Employees' Welfare Sect., Personnel Dept., Internal Audit Dept., Audit & Supervisory Board Member's Office, Compliance Dept., Regional Development Div., Finance Dept, TGES, TOKYO GAS COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

Building a Society and a Way of Life that is Good for the Environment

<Reasons for identification of material aspects>
To contribute as an energy company to the development of a sustainable global environment by engaging in action to combat global warming, protect biodiversity, and raise environmental awareness and engagement among local residents.
 

Performance in FY2016: Overview and Assessment
Criteria for evaluating indicators  

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Target achieved (100% or above)
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Target not achieved but improved from previous fiscal year (not 100% achieved but improved from previous fiscal year)
×
Target not achieved
*
Qualitative indicators with no evaluation axis are evaluated on the basis of whether or not progress has been made since the previous fiscal year.

 

Target
(CSR indicator)
FY2016 results Evaluation
Promoting activities to raise energy and environmental awareness Contributed as an energy company to the development of a sustainable global environment by engaging in activities to combat global warming, protect biodiversity, and raise environmental awareness and engagement among local residents.

Examples of activities
Participation and cooperation in environmental events, interactive environmental education program (Donguri (Acorn) Project), forest conservation activities, operation of corporate museums, support for education in schools, and other activities: 1,263
 
Activities supporting school education
Classes taught by our employees
  FY2016 Cumulative total (FY2002 – FY2016)
Number of classes 896 35,835
Number of participants 27,552 1,079,400
Training for teachers
  FY2016 Cumulative total (FY2008 – FY2016)
Number of classes 52 482
Number of participants 895 9,585
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Key Future Initiatives from FY2017
Target
(CSR indicator)
Key initiatives
Promoting activities to raise energy and environmental awareness We will contribute as an energy company to the development of a sustainable global environment by engaging in activities to combat global warming, protect biodiversity, and raise environmental awareness and engagement among local residents.
DFF Inc., Corporate Social Responsibility Sect, General Administration Dept., Corporate Planning Dept., Resources & Global Business Division, Energy Solution Div, Power Buisiness Dept., Pipeline Network Division, IT Division, Residential Sales Div., Fundamental Technology Dept., Energy Solution Div, Environmental Affairs Dept., Purchasing Dept. , Health Insurance & Employees' Welfare Sect., Personnel Dept., Internal Audit Dept., Audit & Supervisory Board Member's Office, Compliance Dept., Regional Development Div., Finance Dept, TGES, TOKYO GAS COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

Enriching Our Life and Culture

<Reasons for identification of material aspects>
To pursue activities leveraging our strengths to resolve issues affecting everyday life and to help make society more diverse, fulfilling, and cohesive by supporting para sports and other activities in fulfillment of Tokyo Gas Group's responsibilities as a provider of services that are closely geared to local needs.
 

Performance in FY2016: Overview and Assessment
Criteria for evaluating indicators  

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Target achieved (100% or above)
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Target not achieved but improved from previous fiscal year (not 100% achieved but improved from previous fiscal year)
×
Target not achieved
*
Qualitative indicators with no evaluation axis are evaluated on the basis of whether or not progress has been made since the previous fiscal year.

 

Target
(CSR indicator)
FY2016 results Evaluation
Promotion of communication activities with local communities to enrich life We offered solutions that make better use of energy to enrich life and contributed to making society more diverse, fulfilling, and cohesive by supporting para sports and other activities.
■Examples of activities
Participation and cooperation in community events and volunteer activities, interactive programs (HIIKU (fire education), food education, eco-cooking, cooking classes, etc.), support for youth education through sports (para sports, youth soccer and baseball workshops, etc.): 130
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Key Future Initiatives from FY2017
Target
(CSR indicator)
Key initiatives
Promotion of communication activities with local communities to enrich life We will pursue solutions that make better use of energy to enrich life. We will also contribute to making society more diverse, fulfilling, and cohesive by supporting para sports and other activities.
■Examples of activities
Initiatives to maintain the “culture of fire” and make good use of energy in life (HIIKU (fire education), food education, cooking classes, etc.), initiatives to create a cohesive society (support for para sports, etc.)
DFF Inc., Corporate Social Responsibility Sect, General Administration Dept., Corporate Planning Dept., Resources & Global Business Division, Energy Solution Div, Power Buisiness Dept., Pipeline Network Division, IT Division, Residential Sales Div., Fundamental Technology Dept., Energy Solution Div, Environmental Affairs Dept., Purchasing Dept. , Health Insurance & Employees' Welfare Sect., Personnel Dept., Internal Audit Dept., Audit & Supervisory Board Member's Office, Compliance Dept., Regional Development Div., Finance Dept, TGES, TOKYO GAS COMMUNICATIONS, INC.