Corporate Social Responsibility
Advanced Energy specializes in power technologies. But our corporate citizenship and social responsibility extend beyond the products we make. We take giving back seriously.
From financial contributions and employee volunteerism to diversity, fair working practices, and sustainability, Advanced Energy helps empower the communities we call home — and the world around us.
Diverse Worldwide Locations
of Waste Recycled
Paid Volunteer Hours Offered
Advanced Energy’s charitable contribution committee collaborates with local communities to identify environment, education, and social programs in need of additional resources.
Advanced Energy offers each employee eight hours of paid time off to volunteer with a self-selected organization.
Diversity: A Worldwide Workforce
We have 2100 employees located in 13 countries across the globe. Each person's background and unique skill set are fundamental to our success.
Advanced Energy consistently works to reduce part use and conserve resources. We are committed to ISO 14001 Standards and participate in recycling programs.
Student Education and Career Development
Advanced Energy Service Center Scholarship
Advanced Energy is dedicated to helping individuals launch technical and electronics repair careers. We offer tuition reimbursement and paid internships.Learn More
Fort Collins ClimateWise
Advanced Energy has been a Fort Collins ClimateWise partner since 2011. Working with ClimateWise, Advanced Energy has reduced energy consumption, decreased water use and improved recycling practices.
Responsible Business Alliance
Advanced Energy commits to the Responsible Business Alliance Code Conduct. The code promotes labor, health, and safety, environment and ethics best practices.
Advanced Energy donates our packaging foam waste to Spring Back, a local mattress and box springs recycling company that provides jobs to the disenfranchised. Spring Back repurposes foam and sells to a carpet pad company.
Fort Range Community College
Advanced Energy is investing $200,000 in cash and equipment to create the Advanced Energy Electronics Lab at FRCC's new Center for Integrated Manufacturing (CIM). AE will also provide internships, scholarships and job opportunities.