We solve the energy challenges facing our customers and communities.
Changing the energy game doesn’t happen overnight. That’s why we invest in long-term relationships with our customers and business partners. Over the years, we’ve built an unmatched reputation for project execution and technical expertise. To do what we do — and do it the right way — takes thoughtful coordination, communication and collaboration with our partners. Together, we’re forging the clean energy future. And there’s no time to waste.
We invest in our host communities and landowners and we take pride in their success. Our world-class facilities provide jobs, tax revenues, landowner payments and other sources of local economic development.
We provide a wide range of technology solutions and deal structures to utilities, corporations, and other energy off-takers looking to bring clean energy to market.
We work with equipment manufacturers, contractors, suppliers and financial partners. Many of these relationships date back to before Invenergy’s founding more than 15 years ago.
Meet a few of our partners.
Jeff Bryant, Superintendent, Greenbrier County Schools
Lewisburg, West Virginia
Our Beech Ridge Energy Center is in the heart of Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Greenbrier County saw significant destruction after floods that occurred in June of 2016. As a neighbor in the community, we were compelled to help. We donated to Greenbrier County Schools and Communities in Schools of Greenbrier County to help pay for unexpected expenses.
Greenbrier County Schools Superintendent Jeff Bryant said, “It is gratifying and comforting to have partners in education like Invenergy who are invested in the present and future needs of our most important resource, our children.”
Mountain View, California
We are thrilled to bring our innovation in energy to Google, a company famous for their innovation in technology. Google has committed to power their operations with 100% renewable energy. In December 2015 at the COP21 conference in Paris, Google announced the largest purchase of renewable energy ever made by a non-utility company. This represents a significant change in the way big corporations are thinking about sustainability and we are proud to be a part of those efforts.
Google’s 225 MW power purchase agreement with our Bethel Wind Energy Facility is located in Texas.
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Village of Breckenridge
Jeff Ostrander, Village Manager
Our Gratiot County Wind project located in central Michigan provides significant economic benefits to the surrounding community. Our commitment to the community has stimulated the local economy through $3.8 M in annual tax payments, employee salaries and landowner lease payments.
Village of Breckenridge Manager, Jeff Ostrander, said, “Invenergy’s investment in our area has resulted in a real, significant economic boost – at a time during which so many other communities are struggling.”
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East Coloma-Nelson School District
David M. Chavira, Superintendent
Rock Falls, Illinois
Our Nelson Energy Center is located about 115 miles west of Chicago, Illinois. For the last two years, we contributed to the local schools to help them purchase new Smart Boards for their technology needs.
David M. Chavira, Superintendent of East Coloma-Nelson C.E.S.D No. 20, said, “The Nelson Energy Center has been a tremendous partner to the East Coloma-Nelson district. From the beginning of the partnership they have invested in and been committed to advancing science and technology for East Coloma School students. Nelson Energy has provided East Coloma students with educational opportunities in science and technology that they would not experience if not for their altruistic nature. We are very fortunate to have this organization in our community.”
Ardith Gillham, a landowner associated with our Spring Canyon Energy Center near Peetz, Colorado and her family have lived in the area for nearly a century, purchasing farm land in 1924.
Ardith now relies on land lease payments for income and said, “I could not afford my current living situation without the Invenergy payments. The payments are a blessing.”
“The lease payments were also a blessing when we started raising hogs. Hogs were a big mistake,” Ardith said. “They helped us keep the farm going. I thank God Invenergy was there to help.”
October 16, 2017
Invenergy submits notification of dispute to Polish Government under Bilateral Investment and Energy Charter Treaties
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September 25, 2017
Policy and Politics are Powerful Advantages in Energy Ventures
By Amy Francetic, Invenergy Future Fund
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