Francis Hodsoll, left, present Bobby Wrenn with a check for $10,000 for the Boys and Girls Club of Emporia-Greensville as Floyd Johnson of the Boys & Girls Club of N. Central North Carolina watches.

Brookfield Renewable and SolUnesco have recently partnered to make an impact in the Greensville County community by working to help bring back the Boys & Girls Club of Emporia-Greensville.

 Bobby Wrenn, who put together the group that is spearheading the return of the Boys & Girls Club of Emporia-Greensville said, “The Greensville County community is grateful and appreciative of Brookfield Renewable and SolUnesco for making this substantial investment into our area.

“As we continue to push for the revitalization of this integral organization, it is imperative that we have committed private partners on board who recognize the importance of investing in our youth, and Brookfield Renewable and SolUnesco clearly understand just how important this mission is.”

 Brookfield Renewable’s Manager of Stakeholder Relations, Brian Noonan said, “We are proud to be a part of the effort to bring the Boys & Girls Club back to Greensville County.

“The organization provides programs and services that are crucial to local youth, and it gives them a place to go and spend time in a positive, safe & welcoming atmosphere. As this endeavor moves forward, we look forward to their success and contributions to the entire community.”

 SolUnesco CEO Francis Hodsoll said, “SolUnesco always looks to make a positive impact on the local communities where we do business, and seek organizations that demonstrate a philosophy that is consistent with SolUnesco’s core values of trust, passion, creativity, community, and expertise.

“The Boys & Girls Club of Emporia-Greensville certainly fit these criteria, and we are excited to be a part of their revitalization and future growth.”

Brookfield Renewable Partners operates one of the world’s largest publicly traded, pure-play renewable power platforms. Our portfolio consists of hydroelectric, wind & solar facilities in North America, Latin America and Europe and totals more than 16,000 megawatts of installed capacity. Brookfield Renewable is listed on the New York and Toronto stock exchanges. Further information is available at www.brookfieldrenewable.com.

SolUnesco was founded in 2015 by Francis Hodsoll and Jon Hillis based on four plus decades of utility plant management, energy project development, construction experience, and corporate leadership. Prior to forming SolUnesco, they had already delivered over 1GW of power generation projects. It has also led solar policy and legislative efforts in the mid-Atlantic for the last five years. SolUnesco develops clean energy projects utilizing our market and full value chain expertise, energy regulatory experience, project development skills and general management experience.