How technology helps us advance the ball

Today we announced our final acquisition of 2019: a 16.5 megawatt portfolio of solar assets we’ve dubbed Liberty.

By closing out the decade with the addition of these seven solar assets, we topped the $500 million Assets Under Management (AUM) mark and, in 2019 alone, doubled CleanCapital’s cumulative acquisitions of the prior four years.

A challenge that demanded a tailored approach

I view our achievements of the past year as the output of an accomplished team whose work is made even better by technology. Our custom-built platform organizes complex project data and modernizes an antiquated workflow, hurdles that had historically made it difficult for investors to access opportunities in distributed clean energy.

We conceived of and built our platform to facilitate investment in these assets at scale.

Technology empowers our team to find value in diverse projects on behalf of our investors; transact with speed and certainty; and manage those assets efficiently to optimize performance in the long term. And investors and sellers alike hail the agility, transparency, and speed our solution has made possible. 

Innovation to benefit our investors, and the planet

Looking ahead to 2020, continued enhancement of our platform capabilities will remain central to CleanCapital’s value proposition. And we will endeavor to find new ways to ‘grease the wheels’ for institutional investment in clean energy at a time when their capital is more critical than ever.

Marc Garrett, Chief Technology Officer