Clean energy project investor New Energy Capital Partners announced today that it has hired Patrick Fox as a Partner in its Hanover, New Hampshire office. Mr. Fox brings a decade of experience in energy and finance to the firm, most recently as a Director with Hannon Armstrong Capital, a subsidiary of Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital. While at Hannon Armstrong, Mr. Fox led and participated in the successful closing of over $250MM of solar, wind and energy efficiency financings.
New Energy Capital, North Sky Capital and EverStream Capital Invest $67.3 Million in SunEdison Projects
A consortium of New Energy Capital Partners, North Sky Capital, and EverStream Energy Capital Management today announced that it has closed an investment of $67.3 million to fund the development and construction of utility‐scale solar photovoltaic power projects in Central and Southern California by SunEdison.
While SolarVision LLC, an Ohio-based solar developer, has earned a name for itself by developing small solar facilities, it recently took on a much larger development in Celina, Ohio. Celina Solar Project I, a 5-megawatt, ground-mounted, photovoltaic facility, produces enough power to meet up to 8 percent of the city’s total energy demand, providing enough energy to power an estimated 500 homes. SolarVision completed construction Dec. 22, 2012.
New Energy Capital Commissions Ohio Solar Project 5 MW Project Supplies 8% of Electricity Requirement for City of Celina
The New Energy Capital Cleantech Infrastructure Fund today announced the final commissioning and term financing of the 5 megawatt Celina, Ohio solar project. The project brings competitively priced renewable electricity to the City of Celina’s municipal grid, and will produce enough power to meet up to 8% of the city’s total energy demand.
Q.CELLS North America provides modules and EPC services for Ohio project that leverages New Market Tax Credit
Q.CELLS North America, an independent subsidiary of Q.CELLS SE and global leader in designing, building and managing financially sustainable solar photovoltaic (PV) solutions, today announced that it has closed a 5 MW (DC) Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) project in Celina, Ohio (the Project) with SolarVision LLC (SolarVision) and New Energy Capital Cleantech Infrastructure Fund, LLC (NEC). SolarVision developed the Project with NEC as the equity investor and Chase as the New Market Tax Credit (NMTC) investor.