Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)

Sustainability Commitment

Photo 1 - Rockland
Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas) "MCA" is a wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation , a general trading company of Japan. MCA is a holding company for North-American based business entities that offers high-value-added services in a broad range of business fields. Mitsubishi Corporation and its affiliates worldwide have continuously adhered to the following three Corporate Principles established in 1934:
Corporate responsibility to society,
Integrity and fairness, and
International understanding through business.
As we apply these principles to present-day realities, we recognize that an enterprise with global reach cannot continue to exist without consideration for its environmental performance.  Accordingly, we strive to preserve and improve the global environment and pursue sustainable development through all aspects of our business activities, and we are committed to conducting our business—whether developing resources, pursuing investments, or engaging in commercial transactions—with careful consideration of the environmental impacts of our activities on local communities and ecosystems.
Photo 2 - Goshen II
For more information about our environmental commitments and policies, please visit our website at:
Photo 1 – Rockland  “DGC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of MC(A), partially owns Rockland wind farm, which is sited approximately 8 miles southwest of American Falls in Idaho.  The project has a capacity of 80 megawatts and produces 100% green energy.”
Photo 2 – Goshen II  “DGC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of MC(A), partially owns Goshen II wind farm, which is sited approximately 10 miles east of the city of Idaho Falls.  The project has a capacity of 124.5 megawatts, which can service about 37,000 homes.”
Photo 3 – Mitsubishi Motor i-MiEV provided by Mitsubishi Corporation,  in the devastated area of Tohoku at the event of the Earthquake/Tsunami on March 11, 2011.
Photo 3 - Mitsubishi Motor i-MiEV


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