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Blattner Celebrates American Clean Power Week 2021

Blattner Celebrates First Ever American Clean Power Week.

| News, Culture, Clean Energy, Character

Blattner teams added their support to the first annual American Clean Power Week, October 25-29, celebrating “The United States of Clean Energy.”

The week highlighted the national footprint of clean power in America and how the renewable energy industry is powering jobs like the careers at Blattner across the country. 

The celebration was hosted by American Clean Power Association (ACP), and showcased the clean energy technologies of wind, solar, energy storage and transmission infrastructure that are: 

  • Powering homes and businesses   
  • Creating good-paying jobs   
  • Investing in communities 
  • Reducing costs for consumers 
  • Helping to meet ACP’s national 100% carbon-free power goal by 2035 

The teams at Blattner play a critical role in the current renewable energy evolution as they build renewable energy farms today that will power the country tomorrow and for generations to come. Between solar, wind and energy storage, Blattner has delivered more than 400 energy projects across North America.  

Thank you to ACP, our teams and all the men and women in organizations across the country who are powering for a better future!

About Blattner Company

Blattner is Leading America to a Clean Energy Future. With more than 115 years of construction experience, the company has played a vital role in building America’s critical infrastructure, ranging from railroads and highways to dams and mines. Since 1997, Blattner has focused on renewable energy solutions and is responsible for some of the most significant solar, wind, and storage projects in the U.S. Today, Blattner has installed more than 25% of America’s total solar and wind energy capacity. Blattner Company is the parent company of Blattner Energy and D.H. Blattner & Sons, of which all are members of the Quanta Services family of companies. Company headquarters are in Avon, Minnesota. Learn more at

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