Thursday, March 21, 2013

NewWorld Capital Group invests in Soltage project portfolio

USA: NewWorld Environmental Infrastructure, L.P. has invested in a six-project 11.6 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic electricity production project portfolio developed by Soltage, LLC. The projects will be located in Connecticut and Massachusetts and will commence construction this month.

Soltage specializes in the development, design, ownership, finance and operation of solar power plants for large commercial customers. Since its founding, Soltage has successfully developed 10 solar power generating projects representing more than 14 megawatts of distributed generating capacity.

Soltage is backed by a group of investors, including independent energy company Tenaska, ranked by Forbes as the 35th largest privately held US company based on 2011 revenues, with approximately 11,000 MW of power generating assets under management.

NewWorld Environmental Infrastructure provides project finance equity and asset-backed structured equity to projects and companies building clean infrastructure assets.  NewWorld Environmental Infrastructure partnered on the investment with the CleanTech Alliance Fund, managed by North Sky Capital of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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