We develop, construct, own, and operate high-quality wind, solar, transmission, and energy storage projects across North America.
Transitioning the World to
global development portfolio
local payments over the life of our operating fleet
construction and operations jobs
operating facilities totaling ~6 GW installed capacity
commercial solar projects completed through our affiliate Solect Energy
miles of transmission in operation and in development
We are in the business of building opportunities for local communities.
Our approach begins and ends with establishing trust, accountability, and transparency. We aim to sustainably develop, construct, and operate clean, renewable energy projects in a safe and responsible manner and with respect for communities and cultures where we have a presence.
Building transformational energy projects is not easy. But the toughness, grit, and determination of our people has been the foundation of our success since our inception.
When I met Pattern there was a sense of belonging. That’s the kind of business you know wants to be a part of your community.Myra Pancrazio Executive Director, Estancia Valley Economic Development Association
We chose Solect in the end because they were the most responsive. They were the most innovative. They were the ones that were able to make this project a reality.Dan Harrison President & CEO, NuPath
This wind project will secure our land for the foreseeable future. It not only does not detract from the value, it increases it tremendously. This is set revenue for the next 30 years. For those of us that live here, and have been here a long time, this is a godsend.Joseph Hindi Landowner, Duran, NM
Red Cloud Wind Project is an excellent opportunity to diversify our renewable portfolio with a high-capacity wind power project that taps into one of the richest wind regions in the country. With the combination of ideal wind conditions and the latest high-efficiency turbines, Red Cloud will provide Los Angeles with reliable renewable energy that has the highest capacity of any wind project in our power system.Martin Adams General Manager and Chief Engineer of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
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Pattern Energy’s world-class capabilities, operating assets and development projects, are backed by some of the world’s largest and most knowledgeable investors. As such, Pattern is securely positioned and committed to meeting or exceeding our growth targets and advancing our mission of transitioning the world to renewable energy.