At ENGIE, we seek to create economic, social, environmental and societal value for stakeholders as a result of our activities. We rely on members of the community to inform our approach and ensure our efforts have the impact we intend. Our stakeholder engagement policy guides our efforts to gain input and achieve the greatest possible outcomes through our projects and programs.
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From corporate buyers to landowners, we prioritize open, honest communication with all our stakeholders. We set realistic expectations on project timelines and maintain strong communication throughout the development, construction and operation process.
We have relationships in more than 100 communities as operators and developers. Therefore, the counties, cities, townships and areas that host our projects are at the center of the energy transition in North America, and we are honored to be part of each and every one of them.
As long-term owner operators of projects, we become neighbors and part of the community for decades to come, creating short and long-term local jobs and providing economic benefits that help fund schools, roads, first responders and local services through tax revenues and other payments.
We work closely with landholders, local stakeholders and the community on the development of projects, recognizing that renewables may be a new part of the economic mix of the local area or landscape. Our approach is to develop projects that provide mutual benefit across the community, reflect local needs and provide positive impacts both today and for years to come.