ConnectGen develops, builds and operates utility-scale renewable energy and energy storage projects across the United States.
As our existing power generation infrastructure ages, it is vital to tap into our country’s endless renewable resources and advance wind, solar and energy storage projects that will provide long-term, cost effective, clean energy solutions.
Successful project development and execution requires substantial and widespread participation from a diverse group of stakeholders. ConnectGen strives to establish and maintain close relationships with landowners, communities, public officials, customers and suppliers and deeply values stakeholder input and involvement. If you are a landowner, community leader or vendor, and you are interested in working with ConnectGen, please contact us.
Our Community Giving
We believe it is essential to be an active part of the communities where our people and projects are located. One way we show our commitment to communities is through supporting local nonprofit organizations. Each project we develop includes funding allocated to support local organizations, and we work with local community members to identify areas of need. We have supported dozens of organizations across the United States, ranging from public libraries to volunteer fire departments to public schools.
With more than 45 team members based at our headquarters in Houston, ConnectGen is proud to give back to our community. Each year we volunteer at the Houston Food Bank, America’s largest food bank in distribution leading hunger relief in 18 southeast Texas counties.
Founded in 1998, Quantum Energy Partners is a leading provider of private equity capital to the global energy industry, having managed together with its affiliates more than $17 billion in equity commitments since inception.
We are proud to collaborate with a diverse group of advocacy and other industry organizations to advance our clean energy economy.
Our Sustainability Approach
At ConnectGen, we take our commitment to bettering America’s energy future seriously. Environmental responsibility is demonstrated in the following ways:
Encourage employees to walk or bike to the office when possible with in-house locker room, showers and a bike storage area
Promote use of public transportation by locating the office in the heart of Houston’s public transportation network and providing all team members with Houston public transit (METRO) cards
Provide access to recycling for aluminum, paper, plastic, batteries, and electronics
Work with office suppliers that offer a toner recycling program and also have a strong commitment to sustainability
Use recycled paper for printed materials as much as possible
Encourage the use of reusable water bottles, coffee cups and silverware and work diligently to limit the use of disposable kitchen items
ConnectGen used green building principles when designing its office space, which is LEED Gold certified by the US Green Building Council. In addition, the ConnectGen office space is located in a building which itself is LEED Gold Certified.