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GRI Content Index

General Standard Disclosures

GRI IndicatorDescriptionLocation
Organizational Profile
102-1Name of OrganizationFirstEnergy Corp.
EU1Installed CapacityData Table: Environmental
EU4Length of Above and Underground Transmission and Distribution Lines by Regulatory RegimeData Table: Social
102-2Activities, Brands, Products and ServicesCompany Overview
102-3Location of HeadquartersAkron, Ohio
102-4Location of OperationsCompany Overview
102-5Ownership and Legal Form10-K, Item 1, p. 1
102-6Markets ServedCompany Overview
102-7Scale of OrganizationCompany Overview
10-K, Part 1, p. 1
102-8Information on Employees and Other WorkersData Table: Social
FirstEnergy Leadership Team
102-10Significant Changes to the Organization and its Supply Chain10-K, Part 1, p. 13
102-11Precautionary Principle or ApproachEnterprise Risk Management
10-K, Item 1A, p. 22
102-14Statement from Senior Decision-MakerMessage from the CEO and Board Committee Chair
102-15Key Impacts, Risks and OpportunitiesEnterprise Risk Management
10-K, Item 1A, p. 22–37
Ethics and Integrity
102-16Values, Principles, Standards and Norms of BehaviorMission, Core Values and Behaviors
102-17Mechanisms for Advice and Concerns About EthicsCorporate Policies and Practices
Corporate Responsibility
102-18Governance StructureGovernance
Governance Structure
102-19Delegating AuthorityGovernance
102-20Executive-level Responsibility for Economic, Environmental and Social TopicsCorporate Responsibility
at FirstEnergy
102-21Consulting Stakeholders on Economic, Environmental and Social TopicsCorporate Responsibility
at FirstEnergy
102-22Composition of Highest Governance Body and its CommitteesGovernance
102-23Chair of the Highest Governance BodyGovernance
102-24Nominating and Selecting the Highest Governance Body2019 Proxy Statement, p. 25–34
102-25Conflicts of InterestFirstEnergy Conflicts of Interest Policy
102-26Role of the Highest Governance Body in Setting Purpose, Values and Strategy2019 Proxy Statement, p. 38–40
102-27Collective Knowledge of the Highest Governance Body2019 Proxy Statement, p. v., 4, & 39
102-28Evaluating the Highest Governance Body's Performance2019 Proxy Statement, p. 3, 36–38, 70
102-29Identifying and Managing Economic, Environmental and Social ImpactsCarbon and
Climate Change

Corporate Responsibility
at FirstEnergy

2019 Proxy Statement, p. v., 4, & 39
102-30Effectiveness of Risk Management Process2019 Proxy Statement, p. 1–6
102-31Review of Economic, Environmental and Social Topics2019 Proxy Statement, p. 9
102-32Highest Governance Body's Role in Sustainability ReportingCorporate Responsibility
at FirstEnergy

2019 Proxy Statement, p. v.
102-33Communicating Critical ConcernsContact the FE Board
102-34Nature and Total Number of Critical Concerns2019 Proxy Statement, p. 1–3
102-35Remuneration Policies2019 Proxy Statement, p. iv., 36–40, 70
102-36Process for Determining Remuneration2019 Proxy Statement, p. iv., 36–40, 70
102-37Stakeholders Involvement in Remuneration2019 Proxy Statement, p. iv., 36–40, 70
102-38Annual Total Compensation Ratio2019 Proxy Statement, p. 88–89
Stakeholder Engagement
102-40List of Stakeholder GroupsExternal Affairs
and Stakeholder Engagement
102-41Collective Bargaining AgreementsData Table: Social
102-42Identifying and Selecting StakeholdersExternal Affairs
and Stakeholder Engagement
102-43Approach to Stakeholder EngagementExternal Affairs
and Stakeholder Engagement
102-44Key Topics and Concerns RaisedAbout FirstEnergy
Reporting Practices
102-45Entities Included in the Consolidated Financial Statements2018 10-K, Item 1A, The Companies, p. 1–3
102-46Defining Report Content and Topic BoundariesAbout This Report
102-47List of Material TopicsAbout This Report
102-48Restatements of InformationThere have been no restatements of information.
102-49Changes in ReportingAbout This Report
102-50Reporting PeriodThis report covers content from 2018.
102-51Date of Most Recent ReportAbout This Report
102-52Reporting CycleAnnual
102-53Contact Point for Questions Regarding the ReportAbout This Report
102-54Claims of Reporting in Accordance with the GRI StandardsThis report references the 2016 GRI Standards.
102-55GRI Content IndexGRI Index
102-56External AssuranceThe data in this report has not been externally assured.

Specific Standard Disclosures

GRI IndicatorDescriptionLocation
Economic Standards
GRI 203: Indirect Economic Impacts
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryEconomic Development
103-2Management ApproachEconomic Development
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachEconomic Development
203-1Infrastructure Investments and Services SupportedEmerging Technologies
203-2Significant Indirect Economic ImpactsCommunity Involvement
Economic Development
Environmental Standards
GRI 302: Energy
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryEnergy Efficiency
103-2Management ApproachEnergy Efficiency
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachEnergy Efficiency
302-1Energy ConsumptionData Table: Environmental
GRI 303: Water
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryConservation Practices
103-2Management ApproachConservation Practices
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachConservation Practices
303-1Water Withdrawal by SourceData Table: Environmental
GRI 305: Emissions
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryCarbon and
Climate Change

Climate Report — 2019
103-2Management ApproachCarbon and
Climate Change

Climate Report — 2019
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachCarbon and
Climate Change

Climate Report — 2019
305-1Direct Scope 1 EmissionsData Table: Environmental
305-2Indirect Scope 2 EmissionsData Table: Environmental
305-3Other Indirect Scope 3 EmissionsData Table: Environmental
305-4GHG Emission IntensityData Table: Environmental
305-5Reduction of GHG EmissionsCarbon and
Climate Change

Climate Report — 2019
305-6Emissions of Ozone Depleting SubstancesData Table: Environmental
305-7Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Sulfide Oxides (SOx) and other Significant EmissionsData Table: Environmental
GRI 307: Environmental Compliance
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryEnvironmental Compliance
103-2Management ApproachEnvironmental Compliance
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachEnvironmental Compliance
307-1Non-Compliance with Environmental Laws and RegulationsData Table: Environmental
Social Standards
GRI 401: Employment
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryTalent Management
Labor Relations
103-2Management ApproachTalent Management
Labor Relations
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachTalent Management
Labor Relations
401-1New Employee Hires and Employee TurnoverData Table: Social
401-2Benefits Provided to Full-time Employees that are Not Provided to Temporary or Part-time EmployeesData Table: Social
GRI 403: Occupational Health and Safety
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundarySafety
103-2Management ApproachSafety
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachSafety
403-2Types of Injury, Injury Rate (IR), Occupational Disease Rate (ODR), Lost Day Rate (LDR), Absentee Rate (AR) and Work-related Fatalities, for All Employees and Other Non-employee Workers Whose Work, or Workplace, is Controlled by the OrganizationSafety
Data Table: Social
GRI 404: Training and Education
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryTalent Management
103-2Management ApproachTalent Management
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachTalent Management
404-1Average Hours of Training that the Organization’s Employees Have Undertaken During the Reporting PeriodData Table: Social
404-2Programs for Upgrading Employee Skills and Transition Assistance ProgramsTalent Management
GRI 405: Diversity and Equal Opportunity
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryDiversity and Inclusion
103-2Management ApproachDiversity and Inclusion
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachDiversity and Inclusion
405-1Diversity of Governance Bodies and EmployeesDiversity and Inclusion
GRI 413: Local Communities
103-1Material Topic and Its BoundaryCommunity Involvement
103-2Management ApproachCommunity Involvement
103-3Evaluation of Management ApproachCommunity Involvement
413-1Percentage of Operations with Implemented Local Community Engagement, Impact Assessments and/or Development ProgramsCommunity Involvement
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