Enel Green Power North America (EGP-NA), part of Enel Green Power, is a leading owner and operator of renewable energy plants in North America with projects operating and under development in 21 U.S. states.
In the U.S., EGP-NA manages 92 plants, for a total installed capacity of 1555 MW (of which 1162 in wind, 318 in hydro, 47 in geothermal and 29 in solar).
Enel Green Power North America is committed to developing its strong renewable pipeline of hydro, wind, geothermal and solar projects. Within the next five years, EGP-NA plans to double its total installed capacity, expand its geographical footprint across North America, and boost local economies through the construction of renewable energy projects.
The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility at EGPNA spreads across three dimensions: economic, environmental and social. The commitment the company makes is for operational excellence, transparency, legal compliance, reduction of environmental impact, ethical behavior, and local community outreach programs in areas such as sports, culture, and education. Being a good neighbor in the communities where we operate is an integral part of our business.
* Plants operating since June 2011
Last Updated: November 27, 2013
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