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Altus Power acquires 2.5-megawatt operating solar project in Vermont

Altus Power acquires 2.5-megawatt operating solar project in Vermont

November 19, 2020 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Altus Power America┬ácompleted the acquisition of a 2.5-MW operating solar project in Charlotte, Vermont. The acquired project generates approximately 3 million kWh of electricity annually.┬áThis project sells energy to VEPP, Inc, a not-for-profit Vermont Corporation that administers two of Vermont’s Renewable Energy Programs under contract with the Vermont Public UtilityRead More

One of the five power plants Altus Power acquired from Beltline Energy.

Altus Power acquires operating solar portfolio in Georgia from Beltline Energy

October 21, 2020 at 10:46 am 0 comments

Altus Power America, Inc. has completed the acquisition of a 4-megawatt operating solar portfolio comprised of four single-axis tracker projects and one fixed-tilt project. The projects sell renewable energy to Georgia Power. The solar projects generate approximately 6.5 million kilowatt hours of electricity annually, enough energy to power 540 homes.Read More

Altus Power funds construction of largest solar project in Rhode Island

Altus Power funds construction of largest solar project in Rhode Island

November 28, 2018 at 4:09 pm Comments are Disabled

Altus Power America and Reservoir Road Holdings LLC recently combined efforts to develop and construct one of the largest solar projects in Rhode Island to date, a 4 MW DC ground-mounted solar system located in the Town of Johnston. Altus, a leading investor and owner of solar generation projects basedRead More

Altus Power America is investing $150 million in large-scale solar projects

Altus Power America is investing $150 million in large-scale solar projects

December 4, 2017 at 10:56 am Comments are Disabled

Altus Power America has increased its investment capital by $150 million and is earmarking it for investments in larger commercial, community and small utility scale solar projects. These types of projects offer lower yields since their cash flow and off-taker profile is typically lower risk than many distributed generation C&IRead More