Our renewable energy solutions are generating opportunity across the nation, from the East Coast to the Gulf Coast, to the Heartland and beyond.
Bringing together our global experience and unrivaled local expertise, we are:
- Creating accessible, well-paying jobs
- Growing a domestic supply chain
- Investing in communities
We already employ more than 500 people in states across the country. And we’re poised for massive growth, creating many more local jobs to stimulate the American economy and help meet growing energy needs across the country.
On top of the opportunities we’re creating for America’s skilled workers, we also want to add to their number. That’s why we’re investing in educational and training initiatives to develop a new, diverse clean energy workforce.
For example, we have:
- Signed the historic National Offshore Wind Agreement with North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU), committing to train and employ a new union workforce to construct and install all our offshore wind farms
- To date, committed $49 million to direct workforce development efforts in the United States, primarily in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island
- Sponsored teachers in local school districts in communities where we operate our projects, to attend trainings on how to incorporate STEM activities in their classrooms
We’re a long-term local partner…
When we build a clean energy project in a community, we’re making an investment – building a long-term partnership that brings lasting benefits to local people, resources and economies.
We commit to stick around to own and operate the projects we develop and build, because we’re committed to sustainable, equitable growth.
...and a good neighbor
In the rural economies where we work, our onshore projects create millions of dollars in tax revenue or payments in lieu of tax. This can be used to build new schools, improve infrastructure, and expand emergency services. We also support landowners through rental payments that provide them with additional, reliable income.
Through the supply chain we’ve built to support our projects, we’ve stimulated nearly $2 billion of investment in states across the U.S. – from new and expanded manufacturing facilities to shipbuilding and new clean energy technologies.
Wherever we work, from communities in the U.S. to countries around the world, we’re committed to making the growth of clean energy something truly sustainable.
Leading the way
We were the first energy company to transition from fossil fuels to clean energy, and we’ll be the first to reach net-zero carbon emissions.
Extending our reach
Our solutions go beyond energy generation, including an agreement with world leading integrated container logistics company Maersk, to develop green shipping fuels. This marks our entry into the U.S. power-to-X market.
Setting new sustainability goals
We’ve pledged to achieve a net-positive biodiversity impact for all new projects commissioned from 2030.