Solar Energy Project Development
Boosted by technological advances and falling costs, solar deployments have grown in leaps and bounds in just the past few years. In the first half of 2021, solar energy made up the majority (58 percent) of new electricity capacity in the U.S. Utility-scale solar, which is instrumental to achieving state and national clean energy goals, boasts a record-setting project pipeline of nearly 85 GW, enough to power millions of American homes.
Moreover, governments at local, state, and national levels and corporations across all industries are keenly interested in pushing this acceleration even further. To come close to hitting current energy policy objectives, the industry will need to add over 20 GW per year of utility-scale project capacity in just the first half of this decade. That’s why solar energy enjoys a favorable regulatory environment and market incentives that make it increasingly attractive to a broad range of domestic and international equity and debt investors.
We work with a wide range of landowners and developers to engineer and execute large-scale solar and energy storage projects that offer predictable yields for investors and reliable, clean electricity for power purchasers.
We develop both front-of-the-meter and behind-the-meter projects for utilities, ISOs, corporations, and other major power purchasers. We engineer the projects, secure land positions, permits, interconnection, and power marketing agreements.
While our solar installations are tailored for specific requirements, a typical 100 MWac (130 MWdc) project would be sited on at least 650 acres of land and produce enough energy for approximately 26,000 homes.