By opening new facilities like the Saint Philémon wind farm, we are realizing the value of our development pipeline. We are also improving the performance of the 95-megawatt operating portfolio we acquired from Renewable Energy Developers Inc. in 2013. These eight new turbines form an important part of Canada's sustainable energy future. Our total net installed capacity now stands at 461 MW.
As physical assets that provide an essential service, Capstone Infrastructure’s various businesses have an impact on a range of stakeholder groups in three broad categories: environmental, social and governance.
Our commitment to the environment includes managing our use of resources such as water, energy and other materials, as well as contributing to a greener future through our renewable energy portfolio.
Our belief in social responsibility includes contributing to the quality of life for our employees, our partners and the communities where we operate, through engagement, sponsorship and fundraising for a variety of philanthropic causes and community initiatives.
Capstone’s dedication to rigorous governance standards is exemplified by our high degree of transparency, majority independent Board of directors and comprehensive code of conduct for all directors, officers, employees and contractors.
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