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We’re committed to helping build healthy, thriving communities where we live, work and operate.
We are especially proud of all our BluEarth women.
We invited renewable energy students from Squamish's Quest University to tour our local hydro facility.
In July 2018, some of our employees headed to Grow Calgary to volunteer their time at the local community garden.
In 2018, we were recognized by the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan at the Leadership in Environmental Advancement Program Awards as the recipient of the Tenant Leader: Commercial Award for our new LEED-certified Calgary office.
In August 2018, some of our Calgary BluEarthlings volunteered at the Ronald McDonald house to make breakfast for the residents.
In September 2018, our Origination & Development team volunteered at the Calgary Drop-In Centre.
Some of our Vancouver BluEarthlings and their families came together over the summer for a BluBQ.
One of our BluEarthlings participated in the MS Bike Race in her BluEarth bike gear. Way to go!
We invited one of our 2017/18 ACES recipients to our Bull Creek Wind Facility, along with some of his U of A engineering classmates.
It's important to BluEarthlings to give back to the community by cooking meals for residents of the Calgary Ronald McDonald House.
In November 2018, our Director of Project Development (left) met with two university students to provide insight on their engineering design project to implement a renewable energy source for an Indigenous school in Saskatchewan.
In November 2018, we hosted our second open house for the Hand Hills Wind Project to engage with landowners about the project plan.
In November 2018, we hosted four open houses to discuss our two U.S. wind projects with local landowners and answer their questions.
In 2018, we hosted our second annual Blood Drive. Good work BluEarthlings!
In August 2018, we invited the local landowners of our Adams & Danielson Wind Facilities in Minnesota for a BBQ.
Our Bow Lake wind team entered a float in the Batchewana First Nation's Christmas Parade.
In 2017, some BluEarthling's volunteered to meet with the Cranston EcoTeam and teach students about renewable energy.
We are a renewable energy company committed to making a difference in the world by bringing more green energy to the power grid every day.