Wind and solar energy. That’s renewable. But for them to power a global energy transition, we’re making sure their delivery is sustainable too.
In helping the world to meet all its energy needs sustainably, we are leading by example – by putting sustainability at the centre of everything we do.
That means minimising the impact of our projects and supply chains on the environment, maximising the social wins of a green economy in our communities, and leveraging good governance in our workplace to seize opportunities in the marketplace.
Living up to our environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) responsibilities is not a ‘nice to have’ badge of business honour – it’s a ‘must-do’ to drive a fair, inclusive energy transition and limit global warming to 1.5oC.
successive Great Place to Work certifications
standalone Sustainability Reports
UN Sustainability Goals aligned with
2022 CDP rating
In this crucial next decade, we need to move faster and stretch further than ever before to develop climate solutions, while protecting biodiversity and safeguarding livelihoods.Ingrid Lomelde, Head of Sustainability
In alignment with these UN Sustainable Development Goals
Averting the global climate crisis starts at home. Scroll to see how our focus on reducing our own emissions and environmental impacts, with stewardship solutions designed into projects, is ensuring that our footprint on this planet will be net positive.
PLANET POSITIVE CASE STUDIES
We have earned CDP Leadership status for mitigation of our CO2 emissions, and of those across our supply chain.Find out more
Signing up to the UN Sustainable Ocean Principles commits us to safeguarding the marine environment in our activities.Read our story
A leading advocate for accelerating the energy transition, we are talking to policy makers and informing industry strategy.See us influencing
In committing to tackle waste, we’ve been saving equipment pallets from landfill and a precious desert ecosystem from fly-tippers.Our crate recycling story
Enhancing marine user coexistence and ocean health
Mainstream Renewable Power, DNV and partners will research and develop a toolbox to strengthen coexistence between ocean stakeholders, after the project received a grant of NOK 8.8 million from The Research Council of Norway. The three-year initiative – known as MARine COexistence scenario building, or Marco – aims to develop a scalable system model toolbox for determining and forecasting marine coexistence between different users of the ocean and marine ecosystems.
Supplying 1 in 6 Chilean households
Our 1.37 GW Andes Renovables wind and solar platform benefits living standards, and when fully operational it will supply the equivalent of 1 in 6 Chilean households with affordable, clean energy.
Decent work and economic growth
See how we’re advocating Decent Work and Economic Growth through IRENA’s Coalition for Action.
Our commitment to sustainable value creation – as defined by the World Economic Forum – begins with people; investing in their health and wellbeing, dignity and equality, and skills for the future
INVESTING IN PEOPLE
Health & Safety
Living our prime value on our construction sites has garnered two British Safety Council awards.Find out more
College funding is fueling ambitions for this engineering student, and younger learners in her community.Read Este-Lee’s story
Our participation in the Women in Wind Program has advanced female leaders to drive the energy transition.Our former mentor’s insight
Diversity & Inclusion
92% of colleagues agree “I can be myself around here”, helping us to retain Great Place to Work certification.Read Michael Finlay’s experience
Our Commitment to Good Governance
Integrity is one of the values that defines us. In “living” it, all those who work at, or with Mainstream are underpinning our industry leading reputation for good governance.
Our newly updated Code of Conduct reflects the importance we place on justice and strong institution. It sets out the legal and ethical standards we expect to be adhered to – and our culture of openness encourages people to ask questions and speak up.