SolRiver Capital Obtains 45 MW Solar Portfolio in Carolinas From Birdseye Renewable Energy
- SolRiver Capital LLC, a nationwide solar investment fund, has announced the acquisition of a 45 megawatt solar portfolio situated throughout the Carolinas from Birdseye Renewable Energy (" Birdseye"), a leading developer of solar energy projects in the Southeastern United States.
This is the 2nd acquisition between SolRiver and also Birdseye. The initial project, situated in North Carolina, was successfully finished last year. "This growth of the existing connection in between SolRiver and also Birdseye is really a representation of the stamina of the partnership our groups have built," said Brandon Conard, Managing Partner of SolRiver Capital.
The solar projects were developed by Birdseye Renewable Energy, which has a strong track record of successfully bringing utility-scale solar projects to completion throughout the Southeast. "Each project we create is a partnership with regional communities with a focus on development such as bio-diversity steps or innovative buffering to reduce regional influence. We satisfaction ourselves on delivering on our commitments to our communities as promised," clarified Brian Bednar, CEO of Birdseye. "Our partnership with SolRiver enables us to do just that."
SolRiver Capital, a solar independent power manufacturer, will certainly fund, build, possess as well as run the portfolio of solar projects. This will certainly be the 5th purchase for SolRiver in the Carolinas. "SolRiver is proud to purchase bringing inexpensive tidy energy to the areas of North Carolina and South Carolina. We would not have the ability to make those financial investments without Birdseye's proficiency in solar growth and deep regional ties. We expect reinforcing our partnership with Birdseye and also constructing many more top quality solar systems together in the years ahead," said Nicholas Gazzolo, Partner at SolRiver.
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