Our Community and Society
Participation in Community and Social Development
PEA recognized the importance of community enterprises, which are the joint operations of people in the community, so it supported and encouraged knowledge about the use of alternative energy and adoption of operation guidelines based on corporate social responsibility (ISO 26000) in order to understand the demands and expectations of people in the community, which would lead to development and promotion of a better quality of life of people in the community and society, as well as care for environmental impacts
• Promoting and encouraging strong communities through PEA expertise.
• Promoting a plan to develop community enterprises with alternative energy by encouraging the community to use alternative energy for operating the business of the community enterprises to increase the capacity of electric power systems in the community to meet the long-term demands.
• Promoting jobs in the community to enhance security of electric power systems in the community.
• Encouraging people in the community to live their lives sufficiently through the development focused on economic, social, and environmental balance based on decisions consistent with the community context, as well as promoting participation and development of strong community enterprises.
• Developing engagement of stakeholders with community groups, society, and the environment by creating the criteria for selection of major communities affected by PEA business operations to ensure that selection and prioritization of stakeholders were efficient, met the need, and were consistent throughout the organization, as well as creating development plans and area-based action plans to handle impacts.
• Assigning the Department of Corporate Social Responsibility and Section of Corporate Social Responsibility of electricity authorities in the area to play an important role in providing knowledge and consultation to communities regarding utilization of alternative energy, enhancing the capacity of electric power systems, and assessing and following up the results of the project continually