Key Capture Energy Presented with Inaugural High Peaks Impact Award

Key Capture Energy is honored to have received the inaugural High Peaks Impact Award given by the University at Albany School of Business to recognize a Capital Region business that demonstrates a strong commitment to environment, social, and governance practices. Environmental responsibility is a key component of our commitment to bettering America’s energy future and being a good community steward is an integral part of our corporate culture.

Key Capture Energy’s Director of Development, Taylor Quarles, at the “A Community Celebration of ESG” Symposium
Key Capture Energy’s Taylor Quarles and Brenda Van Etten at the High Peaks Impact Award Reception

Thank you to the University at Albany for this award, which was presented at last week’s “A Community Celebration of ESG” Symposium that brought together business leaders, policymakers, and academics to create meaningful dialogue at the intersection of public policy, corporate governance and social movements.

For more information on the award and event, see this recent Foothills Business Daily article titled, “Key Capture Energy Captures First High Peaks Impact Award.”

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