Titles, tables, and tax credits. Liens, letters of intent, and legalese. Clean energy deals are complex; that’s why we founded CleanCapital.
Our practiced approach streamlines the acquisition process, enabling us to underwrite, conduct due diligence, and manage renewable energy portfolios efficiently. We are pioneers, leading the energy transition in underinvested and emerging markets. And we are one of the few investors with the reputation, expertise, and access to efficient sources of capital to make projects work in nascent markets like Alaska or Guam.
We are continually on the hunt for high-quality clean energy assets. From new build and late-stage development projects to fully operational sites, DG solar and storage projects in the C+I and community sectors are our specialty.
To-date, CleanCapital has invested more than $1 billion in projects and companies. Our partners and investors benefit from our proven ability to move projects from pipeline into development, and from production to long-term optimal project performance.
CleanCapital is one of the top ten commercial solar asset owners in the nation. We are one of the most credible and well-funded sponsors in the market to do business with, thanks to our ability to handle the complexities of the renewables industry.
Our company is built on a legacy of successful transactions with some of the most respected banks and institutional investors in the world. CleanCapital is currently backed by Manulife Investment Management.
Our acquisitions shore up our long-term commitment to the middle market renewable energy sector. In June of 2022, we acquired 100% ownership of BQ Energy, the leading developer of solar projects on landfills and other brownfields in the U.S. In August, we made a large investment in Renewable IPP, an Alaska-based solar developer, to fund the development and construction of Alaska’s largest solar project. We also purchased the largest operating solar project in Guam, along with a development pipeline on the island. Most recently, we acquired a 35 MW solar portfolio in New Jersey and we ventured into Rhode Island for the first time, acquiring a 26 MW portfolio.