Community Giving

Powering our project areas with community-enhancing opportunities.


Building state-of-the-art wind farms isn’t our only commitment, we’re also committed to giving back to the communities where we work and live with our neighbors. In each of our projects, we strive to find ways in which we can benefit local organizations, non-profits and infrastructure. From sponsoring educational partnerships to awarding community grants, our giving back initiatives allow us to build healthier communities and form long-lasting, meaningful relationships with our project neighbors.

To help our giving back efforts, we have partnered with the U.S. Wind Force Foundation (USWFF). This West Virginia nonprofit works to enhance the community by providing funding for projects related to education, historic preservation, public safety, economic development and public recreation. The USWFF has generously supported all of our projects’ community grants.

As we continue to repower West Virginia with reliable, renewable energy, we look forward to forging more community partnerships and finding more ways to be good neighbors.

West Virginia Community Benefit Fund
Grant Partners

Mt. Storm Library

Union Educational Complex

Mineral County Chamber of Commerce

Elk Garden Council

WVU Potomac State

Catamount Children’s Center, Inc

Compelled to Change

Developmental Center & Workshop, Inc

Elk District Volunteer Fire Company
Elk District Volunteer Fire Company

Fountain Primary PTO

Friends of Ashby’s Fort, Inc

Friends of Jennings Randolph Lake, Inc.

Highland Arts Unlimited, Inc.

Kitzmiller Volunteer Fire Department

Mineral County Genealogical Society

Mineral County Parks and Recreation