Greenbacker Principal Quinn Pasloske discusses infrastructure investment opportunities in the energy transition, including the company’s first investment in green molecules
Quinn Pasloske joined the Invested in Climate podcast alongside Ben Hubbard, CEO of Nexus PMG, a Greenbacker Development Opportunities strategy partner. The conversation examined the role of infrastructure investment in the energy transition, particularly in the emission reduction and waste elimination infrastructure sectors, as well as the partnership that led to the strategy entering the green molecule space.
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The projects—Athens Ridge (3.8 MWdc) and Mars Hill (2.8 MWdc)—deepen Greenbacker’s relationship with ReneSola Power Holdings, a renewables developer with a robust pipeline of solar projects and battery energy storage systems. The two solar assets also diversify and expand Greenbacker’s fleet of sustainable infrastructure assets in a state with high demand and policy support for renewable energy.
The Fillinona project, located on four sites across Minnesota, builds out Greenbacker’s operations in a state with robust clean energy goals and illustrates the company’s holistic approach to land management.
The 15-project NextSun operating portfolio expands Greenbacker’s presence within New England’s power generation landscape and includes the company’s first asset in Rhode Island.
With these projects—Ridgewind (25.3 MWdc) and WindShare (5.4 MWdc)—Greenbacker continues to expand its presence in the North Star State and diversify its wind portfolio in the Midwest.
Greenbacker Capital Management, LLC, a leader in sustainable infrastructure investment, is pleased to announce that Mehul Mehta has been promoted to the position of Chief Investment Officer, effective October 2021. Since joining Greenbacker in June 2016, Mehul has been essential in shaping the firm’s growth trajectory.
The pair of pre-operational projects join several operational solar assets that Greenbacker owns at Denver International Airport—including two community solar gardens—adding scale to the company’s national solar operations and increasing its already substantial presence in Colorado.
At Altamont Pass in Alameda County, East Bay Community Energy brings 57 MW of local clean energy online
The Scott Haggerty Wind Energy Center is home to 23 new 2.5-MW turbines which will power more than 47,000 homes in East Bay Community Energy’s district each year.
The to-be-constructed Heathlands project, a 41-MW utility-scale solar asset, is Greenbacker’s largest asset in the state and comes packaged with the potential to build out energy storage capabilities.
Greenbacker Capital Management, LLC announced today that, through an affiliated fund, it is increasing its investment in Clear Energy Renewables, an owner-operator of hydroelectric power generation facilities in New York. The expanded partnership further strengthens Greenbacker’s presence in a key sector of the renewable energy market: small hydro power generation.
Highlights include significant quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year growth across production, revenue, fleet size, and pipeline metrics.