In addition to the environment, Mesa also places a significant emphasis on social impact. Climate change is having a profound effect on weather patterns and the number of climate-related disasters has increased significantly in recent years. Combined with an aging US electrical grid, the effects of this increase have been devastating. Major power outages have increased tenfold since 1984, with 80% resulting from weather events. With over 99% recorded historical up-times, Mesa has been able to help communities and businesses keep critical operations and infrastructure running where the grid has failed. Whether placed on cellular towers, data centers, distribution facilities or any other location where power is needed, Mesa can be trusted to provide a reliable solution.
Since its founding in 2014, Mesa has been proud of its unwavering support for America’s veterans. In 2017, Mesa was awarded the Department of Defense Freedom Award, the highest recognition given by the US government to employers for their support of employees serving in the Guard and Reserve. Mesa has also received the Department of Labor HIRE Vets Platinum Award in recognition of veteran hiring and retention and Mesa’s CEO was recently named one of Hart Energy’s 25 Impactful Veterans in Energy. Over one third of Mesa’s generator technicians are military veterans with strong veteran leadership throughout the organization.