Our Culture

At Tenaska, we’ve created a culture where our people are free to build the future of the energy industry on a decades-strong foundation of ethics, expertise and entrepreneurship. We understand that being a leader is about more than financial success – it’s about being a force for good in the communities where our people live and work.

It’s in our mission statement: To be an ethical, highly respected, socially responsible company that provides outstanding customer service and value in marketing natural gas and electricity and in owning and operating energy assets safely and reliably.

Operating ethically is as important to our company’s leaders as providing outstanding service and value. That may explain why we have relationships with customers and partners that stretch back many years, even as the energy industry undergoes rapid and continuous evolution.

They know what we know – that Tenaska puts a premium on conservative business practices, unwavering honesty, professional expertise and responsible commitment to the environment, safety and the communities where we operate.

Tenaska generating facilities are recognized in the industry for efficiency, state-of-the-art technology and superior emissions performance, and we continue to grow our renewables business. Our safety record is among the best in the energy industry and has been recognized numerous times for safety achievements. We strive always to be a good neighbor to our communities, building relationships with local leaders and residents, championing broad-based programs and supporting employees who donate thousands of hours of their time to volunteer activities.

These commitments are brought to life every day everywhere Tenaska does business across North America. They are woven into the fabric of our company, and they will shape its future.

$13.9 Million

Tax Revenue Paid For 2019 To Local Government & Schools

$810,000

Scholarships For College-Bound Seniors

6

Voluntary Protection Program Star Worksites Covering 170 Employees

22

National Safety Council Awards For 2018

When Tenaska arrived in our county it seemed they were too good to be true. Ten years later, we are a living testament that when they become a part of a commu­nity, they follow through on all the things they say they will do, and then go above and beyond what a normal industry would do.

Van SmithPRINCIPAL, BILLINGSLEY SCHOOL DURING OPERATION OF TENASKA LINDSAY HILL & TENASKA CENTRAL ALABAMA GENERATING STATIONS

Do whatever you can to get Tenaska in your community because they are a great company and a good corporate citizen. You’ll love the fact that they’re there.

Bill MillerMAYOR OF NAVASOTA, TEXAS, DURING DEVELOPMENT, CONSTRUCTION AND INITIAL OPERATION OF THE TENASKA FRONTIER GENERATING STATION

These folks have been so genuine and so good to us, and just ex­tremely dedicated in the process of this plant – all the way from the inception of the plant to completion and for more than a decade of operation. To have one of these plants in the community is a huge asset, let me assure you.

Buzz FullenMAYOR OF HENDERSON, TEXAS, DURING DEVELOPMENT, CONSTRUCTION AND INITIAL OPERATION OF THE TENASKA GATEWAY GENERATING STATION

The benefit is really the start of a new industry. It’s an industry that will create not one job here, but another one and another one and another one. And all of these bring in other amenities.

Jack TerrazasIMPERIAL COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, SUPERVISOR DURING DEVELOPMENT, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF TENASKA IMPERIAL SOLAR ENERGY CENTER SOUTH