Avon, Minn. — As part of Blattner’s continued 50,000-megawatt industry milestone celebration, the company recently made donations totaling $10,000 to schools across the country. Blattner donated the $10,000 between four schools in California, Georgia, Texas and Wisconsin.Blattner's commitment to build a sustainable world powered by wind, solar and energy storage sources continues as elementary and high schools throughout the nation are entering the 2021-2022 school year with a little more power for their programs. Each school donated to had programs such as Robotics Teams, Future Farmers of America and “Get into Energy.” All of these programs align with Blattner’s purpose – to create a better, cleaner world through innovation and teamwork.
As part of Blattner’s 50,000-megawatt industry milestone achievement and What Powers Us campaign, the company pledged to include a donation to K-12 schools and other education opportunities where their renewable energy projects resided throughout the United States.
“Our high school will certainly benefit from Blattner Company’s generosity, and I want to thank you all for the donation. Our goal is to add to and improve our Career and Technology Programs benefitting the renewable energy industry,” said Raul Chavarria, Superintendent at the Texas high school.
“Giving back to the communities where our project teams live and work during project construction has always been important to Blattner,” explains Christine Huston, communications director. “We hope the investment into these programs will help inspire kids to join the rewarding renewable energy industry one day.”