Tag: Solar Development

Redeux Energy’s Approach to Working with Landowners when Developing Utility-Scale Solar and Battery Energy Storage Projects

By Garrett Gill, Vice President, Land, Redeux Energy  Garrett Gill is an experienced renewable energy and utility professional with over 25 years of expertise in real estate management, contracting, and title research.   Critical competencies for utility-scale renewable energy project development include identification of high-quality land, due diligence, landowner relationship development, and execution of site control agreements – each early and vital steps for success in the project…

Utility-Scale Solar & Storage Development Engineering and Technical Services at Redeux

By Milap Shah, Vice President, Engineering, Redeux Energy Milap Shah is an experienced renewable energy and utility professional with over 25 years of expertise in engineering. When developing, planning, and constructing high-quality, utility-scale, solar and energy storage projects, engineering is certainly a critical competency. But, too often, it’s not a central focus for early-stage development and due diligence, making project execution much more difficult down the…

A Culture of Collaboration, Transparency, and Diversity Make Redeux Energy a Great Place to Work

By Shannon Ross, Director of Human Resources, Redeux Energy  Shannon Ross is an experienced Human Resources executive with over 20 years of experience in the energy industry. The renewable energy industry seems to be in constant flux. Frequent ups and downs, changes and developments, and social and legislative shifts have earned it the title, “the solar coaster.” But what’s it like to work in the renewable…

Redeux Speaks With Suncast Media About the IRA & Energy Storage

Utility-scale solar developers offer a unique perspective on issues impacting the renewable energy industry; conceptualizing potential project opportunities from inception. Rob Masinter, COO of Redeux Energy, sat down with Suncast Media this fall to discuss key issues affecting the industry, including: the Inflation Reduction Act, energy storage, and supply chain disruptions. Q&A: Top Industry Trends Suncast Media: What does the inflation reduction act (IRA) mean for utility-scale solar and…

How the IRA Changes Renewable Energy Project Finance

By Christina Derlath, Director of Finance Christina Derlath has extensive experience in project finance and tax in the renewable energy industry. Financing a utility-scale renewable project can be an arduous and intricate process. Utility-scale renewable projects involve many moving pieces and incur their share of financial risks, but they also present sponsors with unique opportunities to generate revenue while creating clean, renewable energy. Project finance moves crucial…

What Farmers Need to Know About Leasing Land for Solar Development

By Garrett Gill, VP of Land The farming and solar energy industries may appear to be at odds with each other regarding land use – both need large land positions in order to succeed. That said, solar developers and farmers have been working together for decades, forming mutually advantageous partnerships. Recent studies have found that co-locating solar energy generation facilities with active agriculture (sometimes referred to…

6 Benefits of Leasing Your Land for Solar Development

By Joe Martin, Manager, Land Acquisition Thousands of people around the country own land, and many are not aware of its untapped potential. On agricultural land alone, experts estimate that by installing renewable energy infrastructure on just 1% of existing underused farmland, solar panels could provide 20% of electricity for the U.S.—and farmland is only a portion of usable landholdings. The solar industry operates on just…