Tag: C2 Energy Capital

  • EDPR NA buys majority stake in C2’s small-scale solar portfolio

    EDPR Renewables North America LLC acquired a majority interest in C2 Omega LLC, the distributed solar platform of C2 Energy Capital LLC. The new company, EDPR NA Distributed Generation LLC (EDPR NA DG), will be the exclusive provider of small-scale downstream generation and energy efficiency services in the United StatesRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • This Ohio school district solar project via C2 Energy Capital highlights value of partnerships

    C2 Energy Capital LLC, a rapidly growing developer and investor in renewable energy and storage assets, announced the completion of a 1-MW solar power project for the Otsego Local School District located near Bowling Green, Ohio. The company financed, owns and operates the project. The first clean energy project ofRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Minnesota’s Como Park Zoo goes solar thanks to C2 Energy, City of St. Paul

    C2 Energy Capital LLC, a rapidly growing investor and developer in renewable energy and storage assets, worked closely with the City of St. Paul to bring solar energy to the popular Como Park Zoo & Conservatory in St. Paul, Minn. The clean energy will reduce electricity costs for the zoo’sRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • C2 Energy Capital completes two community solar project in New York

    C2 Energy Capital LLC, a rapidly growing renewable energy investor and developer, completed two community solar projects totaling 5.5 MW in the towns of Johnstown and Caledonia, N.Y. These solar power plants are part of New York’s Community Distributed Generation (CDG) program that allows both residents and commercial businesses in theRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • 2019 Large-Scale Solar Builder Project of the Year: Walmart Phase IV

    Walmart Phase IV New Jersey | 1.9 MW across five stores   The overhead photo of the Walmart Supercenter in Bayonne, N.J., may not be as breath-taking as the 100-MW utility-scale projects surrounded by flowing green hills normally pictured in this category, but we think this photo (and this portfolio)Read More — Solar Builder magazine