Le profil de l'équipe Multifunctional de Cap Vert Energie
Cap Vert Energie
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Description de l'équipe
Commit to a new vision of energy: Renewable produced and consumed locally
We are committed to providing lasting responses to the energy needs of communities and businesses by building and operating a fleet of clean energy production units over a long period of time, one which is sustainable and complements fossil fuels.
Choose quality as a driver of performance
Quality structures our organization, all of our processes, and our operational efficiency. It is what leads us to prioritize customer satisfaction out of a desire for continual improvement.
Engage in a corporate citizenship approach
Although we work each today to make our industrial plans a lasting success, we want them to also be meaningful, to represent a long-term commitment, to help others. Our civic engagement is not for show; it’s a mindset that we share with everyone involved in CVE.
Take part in an ongoing industrial and environmental process
Our industrial approach sets us apart. It’s part of our culture at CVE. We own our production facilities, and whenever possible, the land they sit on. We build to operate our facilities for 30-to-50-year periods.
Offer business models that are competitive for everyone
At CVE, we feel strongly that the role of renewables in the energy mix depends on their ability to be competitive and effective.
Share an adventure rooted in human responsibility and fulfillment
CVE recognizes talented people, draws on all of their skills, ideas, and initiatives, and encourages them to innovate. It’s about sharing a vision of the company that learns from both successes and mistakes.
Take the lead in trust and transparency
At CVE, our relations have grown in trust, transparency, and goodwill. Our collaborative approach to carrying out each project relies on the conviction that getting everyone on board remains the best metric for success.