Giving Back
to Our Communities  

Our community giving prioritizes causes that meet at least one of the following objectives: 


  • Advances community initiatives
  • Enhances ecological preservation
  • Fosters health and wellness


  • Produces local or regional economic benefits; 
  • Promotes the needs of youth through education or recreation
  • Supports initiatives of local indigenous populations, emphasizing cultural awareness, the environment, health and wellness, and education. 


We strive to have a positive impact on communities around our wind facilities. The following are a few examples of how we gave back in 2018: 

  • At our Broadview Wind facility in New Mexico, we celebrated Teacher Appreciation Day by providing a catered lunch to every educator in Curry County, and at our Amazon Wind Farm Fowler Ridge in Indiana and our Lost Creek Wind facility in Missouri, we sponsored the training of more than 50 teachers in the Kid Wind curriculum, which helps teachers and students explore wind energy in a fun, hands-on manner. 

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  • We paid tribute to more than 300 mothers by giving out roses and chocolates at the second annual Meikle Wind Mother’s Day Brunch held in Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia, where more than 550 guests were served. The District of Tumbler Ridge honored Pattern Energy with an Appreciation Award for our community development activities in the area. A member of the district council presented the plaque, stating, “On behalf of Mayor Don McPherson, Council, and the citizens of the District of Tumbler Ridge, we extend to Pattern Energy and its employees a most heartfelt thank you. Your selfless efforts make Tumbler Ridge a better place for all. Your contribution to community is amazing.” 

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  • South Kent Wind (SKW) in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario, established the SKW Community Fund to support local charitable causes. In 2018, the Fund provided grants totaling over $250,000 to 32 organizations. One recipient, the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent, provides services to children with special needs and is using grant money to build a larger, more accessible facility to accommodate its growing caseload. 

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