GE Hitachi is an important part of the communities we work and live in.

We take our responsibility to be a good steward of the environment and community seriously. We are dedicated to being a good neighbor and employer.

Our world headquarters in Wilmington, NC is nestled on more than 1,600 mostly wooded acres. The site is Forest Stewardship Certified by the North Carolina Forest Service, with more than 1,300 acres of preserved land adjacent to the Cape Fear River. Environmental experts closely monitor our activities at our sites and in the surrounding areas and communities through water, air, soil samples and other means.

GE Hitachi volunteers around the world have helped restore local coastal ecosystems, rebuilt affordable housing, mentored students in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and assisted with career counselling and development in addition to supporting local and national charities including Surfers Healing, Habitat for Humanity, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Relay for Life, Komen for the Cure, North Carolina Coastal Federation and many others.

Each year, GE Hitachi employees volunteer more than 6,000 hours, supporting these and other important programs.

GE Hitachi’s efforts to protect the environment and invest in our communities have never been greater than they are today. It is our honor and responsibility to give back to the places we work and live.