Albuquerque, USA
March 28-29

Borealis will present at the Siting and Environmental Compliance Conference 2023

When it comes to renewable energy projects, siting teams are often the first on the ground. They need to engage early and often. Our modern, fit-for-purpose tools can help teams document and centralize the initial conversations and commitments made to local residents, environmental groups, and elected officials.
Organizations can improve business performance by:

  • ensuring continuity of operations
  • improving information sharing and break down silos
  • reporting efficiently on stakeholder issues & priorities, and
  • increasing productivity when it comes to planning & monitoring engagement strategies

What our customers have to say

“Our landowners know that we will always return their calls”
‘‘The Outlook add-in and mobile app greatly help with field activities. It makes Borealis a handy tool for instantly recording and accessing information right in the field. It’s our information hub connecting everyone and all their activities.’’
“If a customer forgets the details of a previous conversation, we can look back at our records of that conversation in Borealis and say, ‘Last time, we talked about this and this.’ It shows stakeholders that we’re paying attention and that we care about continuing to engage with them.”
Improving stakeholder relations and call management
See how global energy company Repsol uses Borealis to direct calls more efficiently and demonstrate the value of their resolution center.
Linking Local Social Activities to global social development goals
See how ENEL GREEN POWER Mexico simplified information sharing and broke down silos with Borealis stakehodler stakeholder engagement.
Energizing Stakeholder Engagement

ENMAX can now instantly answer any stakeholder question. See how Borealis stakeholder engagement software improved access to information.

How Borealis helps centralize data and leverage GIS technology to improve social acceptance


  • Create lists, reports and dashboards based on criteria such as : stakeholder importance, role, location in relation to EJ areas, etc.)
  • Use GIS technology to see where a project overlaps with disadvantaged areas.


  • Store all communications with stakeholders (including invitations to public consultations) in one place throughout the project lifespan.
  • Easily review and report on one-on-one meetings with landowners and community members
  • Records for individuals and organizations are always up to date
  • Record interactions in the field, to make sure no information is lost
  • Monitor tasks and activities to allow teams to respond quickly and reallocate resources where and when they’re needed
  • Implement a formal process to document questions and complaints


  • Map and analyze stakeholders to monitor their support (or opposition) over time
  • Document recurring issues mentioned at public meetings and identify trends to respond proactively
  • Quantify the number of complaints received and the time taken to resolve issues

We've got the right set of stakeholder engagement tools to support siting and environmental compliance challenges

The importance of environmental justice communities in stakeholder engagement strategies
Offshore Renewable Energy Projects: How fit-for-purpose stakeholder engagement tools improve social acceptance

Connect with Christine at the conference

Christine E. Crowe

Account Director

Christine enjoys working with motivated companies who see the need to commit to sustainable practices, and who understand that science and data can help solve social problems by engaging the public, building trust, improving transparency, and promoting social responsibility.

Won't be attending the conference?

Register to Christine’s webinar. She will be talking about:

  • Stakeholder engagement and public outreach requirements in renewable energy projects
  • How to face the ever-evolving regulatory environment with the help of technology