American wind companies support Habitat for Humanity’s post-Harvey recovery work
Representatives of America’s wind energy industry are making a financial commitment of $1 million to Habitat Hammers Back as well as a commitment of volunteers to help with the rebuilding effort.
Texas has the largest installed base of wind power in the nation, and the industry nationally employs over 100,000 workers. A number of wind energy families were directly impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Together, this group of wind energy companies is one of four serving as keystone partners of Habitat for Humanity’s response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The companies have made contributions totaling $1 million to support the Habitat Hammers Back initiative.
Participating companies include Apex Clean Energy, Blattner Energy, Duke Energy, EDF Renewable Energy, EDP Renewables, ENEL Green Power North America, E.ON, Goldwind, Hannon Armstrong, Invenergy, J.P. Morgan, Leeward Renewable Energy, Lincoln Clean Energy, MAP Royalty, Pattern Energy, TPI Composites, Vestas Americas and the American Wind Energy Association.