SuperReturn Q&A with Scott Brown

Ahead of the upcoming US East conferences, CEO Scott Brown discussed the current state of private equity and renewables in an exclusive Q&A with SuperReturn. Scott will be a panelist during SuperReturn’s “Energy & Renewables” and “Grid Modernization & Smart Grid” sessions. Read his Q&A here: Continue Reading

2017 Greenhouse Gas Impact

In 2017, the solar, biofuels, and fuel cell projects funded by New Energy Capital Partners offset over 2,132,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalents. This figure represents investments from the New Energy Capital Infrastructure Credit Fund (NECICF ‐ Fund IV), the Alliance II Fund (Fund III), and the Alliance I Fund (Fund II), and has increased by 80% as compared to that of 2016. Continue Reading

NEC Featured in Pensions & Investments on the Renewable Energy Revolution

Recently, our CEO Scott Brown wrote a commentary piece in Pensions & Investments on the future of private investment in renewable energy. In the piece, he highlights the rapid rise of this segment of the energy sector, and outlines the reasons for limited partners to gain exposure to renewable energy generation in order to achieve consistent, stable returns. Continue Reading

Solar Developer Renewable Properties Secures $12.5 Million in Funding From New Energy Capital Partners

Renewable Properties, a team of experienced renewable energy professionals with development and investment capabilities throughout the U.S., today announced the closing of a new $12.5 million capital commitment from New Energy Capital Partners to develop, finance, and operate solar energy projects for utilities, local governments and large commercial entities. Continue reading

Protecting U.S. Security Interests Means Fortifying Our Grid

Since World War I, many of the national security issues confronting the industrialized world, and particularly its leader, the United States, have concerned energy. The restructuring of the Middle East, new security alliances arising from World War II, and the sprawling nature of America’s overseas military installations all reflect our dependence on foreign oil and the shipping lanes that deliver it to our shores. Over the past decade, however, radical changes in energy markets and technology have fundamentally altered the foundation of our strategic interests. Continue Reading