It's through the achievements of our Duke Energy Renewables customers that the transition to renewable energy future is made possible. These individuals have led profound sustainability projects and inspire a new generation of leaders to emerge and dare to act.
"Our responsibility is being as creative and innovative as we can be ..."
– Craig D'Arcy, The Home Depot
A desire to cut energy spend and find straightforward answers to complex problems led Craig D'Arcy to his role as director of energy management for The Home Depot. Craig's work and story require more than black and white, right and wrong thinking to create "savings for a purpose."
"A seat at the table. If you've always had a seat, you take it for granted."
– Megan Jacobsen, Gills Onions
From growing up and working on family farms to her current role as Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Gills Onions, Megan Jacobsen has always wanted to work in agriculture. The difference today is how integral sustainability is to everything she does.
"It's the day-in and day-out work."
–Amy Bond, Sprint Corporation
Over her career, Amy Bond, Energy and Sustainability Program Manager for Sprint Corporation has learned the value of hard work as it means meeting big goals and making change happen. Bond says that the results are achieved through meetings, clear communications and nurtured relationships.
"I come to work every day and have a purpose."
– Adam Shalapin, Ball Corporation
As the Global Sustainability Manager, Adam Shalapin helps Ball Corporation to achieve aggressive renewable energy goals. His sense of purpose and connectedness drives him to create a renewable energy future in the hopes of preserving the planet for his daughter and the generations to come.