global wind and solar company
Mainstream Renewable Power is firmly on track to becoming one of the world’s first pure-play renewable energy majors. It is focused on expanding it current development portfolio of 11.8 GW with plans to bring 5.5 GW to financial close by 2023.
In 2021, Mainstream signed an equity investment deal with Aker Horizons to acquire 75% of Mainstream to accelerate the global expansion plans ahead of a planned IPO.
unrivalled leadership team
Mainstream has assembled a world-class leadership team with over 215 years of combined experience in the renewable energy sector led by its CEO, Mary Quaney and the global leadership team.
In addition to our Global Leadership Team, we have established regional leadership teams in APAC, Africa, Europe and LATAM. These teams bring a depth of local knowledge, well established business networks and expertise in their respective markets.
Our Global Development Standard ENCAPSULATES OUR UNIQUENESS AS A GLOBAL DEVELOPER
Capitalising on significant in-house experience, Mainstream implements the Global Development Standard (GDS) which is a comprehensive renewable project execution process used by all Mainstream employees. The GDS standardises all renewable project execution procedures to ensure consistency across markets, regardless of the local requirements.
explains how we develop our projects to internationally recognised best practice standards.
ongoing community engagement
The GDS ensures attention to detail around the design of the projects and meaningful engagement with local communities.
The GDS, means Mainstream can take a greenfield or partially developed project and optimise its design, deliverability, efficiency and ultimately expedite its delivery.
Our Standard is benchmarked against the IFC Environmental and Social Standards and the Equator Principles. It is in line with the UN Guiding Principles and Human Rights and the World Bank Group Environmental, Health and Safety Guidelines.
The rigorousness of Mainstream’s GDS process means the early due diligence stage filters out an unfeasible projects early on to avoid resources being used unnecessarily.
Environment Consents obtained by Mainstream since 2010.
Our 2020 Sustainability Report
Our third standalone sustainability report covers the period January to December 2020 and demonstrates its commitment to sustainable business practices against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2020, Mainstream extended its development pipeline, successfully raised US$900m in capital and successfully construction managed eleven wind and solar plant in Chile and South Africa (1.5 GW) by ensuring safe practices were implemented.
Sustainability Highlights - 2020
Great Place to Work Certification for second successive year
SIP and LTI Frequency Targets Achieved
134 Community initiatives delivered
delivered by our teams in Chile, South Africa, Philippines and Vietnam
Certified ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 - Ireland, Chile, South Africa and Vietnam
Diversity and Inclusion Targets in place
CDP A- Leadership
Maintained A- Leadership rating in the Carbon Disclosure Project’s Climate Change rankings for a third year running. Awarded A- rating in the new CDP Supplier Engagement Report
Ethics and Compliance Committee headed up by Catherine Hawthorne
Avoided CO2 emissions totalling 1,489,369 tonnes
through ownership and operations of wind turbines globally
Over 5 million tonnes CO2e
overall avoided from projects developed by Mainstream in 2020.
Zero Significant environmental events
Mainstream completes final phase of US$1.8bn platform financing in...
Mainstream announces 1 GW hybrid renewable energy platform for Chile
Mainstream and Siemens revive supply chain led partnership for...
Mainstream and Aker Offshore Wind preferred bid for Japan project...
Green Recovery galvanises commitment to build sustainable value
Mainstream Renewable Power inaugurates the first of its ten projects...
Our Commitment to Communities
Mainstream is committed to building positive relationships in the communities in which it operates. It is key to responsible and sustainable project development. Our local teams engage early and often and work closely with communities to understand local issues and deliver long-term benefits through community initiatives.
Working at Mainstream
We are on a unique mission to change how the world generates its power and we're looking for people who share our vision. Join our team and be part of our success.
During 2019, almost 20% of our colleagues were promoted. Being part of a small global team means you are quickly exposed to multiple areas across the business.
Our culture bridges the geographical divide and creates a sense of belonging.
Diversity and Inclusion
Embracing diversity helps us make better decisions, be more innovative, and operate more effectively.
A number of our team now call another country 'home'.
335 colleagues across 13 offices with 26 nationalities.
This is us.