SolarGen is a Colorado based company focused on developing construction-ready sites for solar energy production. SolarGen consists of an experienced team in the center of the emerging renewable energy industry. With a combined 52 years of experience in the energy development field, SolarGen has developed an expertise ranging from, but not limited to: Solar development, wind development, transmission line development, power purchase agreements, and interconnect agreements for renewable and conventional energy and the water industries. Moreover, the SolarGen team is well versed in energy financing, government and utility regulations, local, state and federal permitting and land use development policies, which are crucial and the most risky aspects of the solar development process.
Our primary focus is to find and develop project opportunities for appropriately sized solar arrays; evaluate financial efficacy of the project, acquire land and necessary permits, zoning and other regulatory approvals for such arrays. Regardless, if the end energy company is a public or private entity, we have successfully made sites available for construction for one or multiple solar plant facilities. During the past twelve months, SolarGen developed over 150 Mw of shovel ready projects.. Regardless of whether solar is to be developed on public or private lands, multiple layers of zoning; permitting and approvals are required prior to the initiation of construction. Large utilities and energy producing entities prefer to devote resources and expertise to the actual production and construction of energy rather than initial site development. Partnering with SolarGen, a company that provides expertise in site development preparations is a more efficient use of investor resources.
There are several factors which are fueling the present energy development boom. These include increased emphasis by the United States federal government, state-required levels of renewable energy (RPS), the increasing international demand for renewable energy and the strong desire by emerging economies to reduce their carbon footprint. International, federal and local government funding and incentives are also expected to generate new, fast-tracked solar power construction proposals. Many of the solar technology companies responding to proposal requests do not have the financing and experience to develop all aspects of a site including utility and interconnect negotiations necessary for “speed to market” opportunities. Such companies can be expected to pay a premium for construction-ready sites; a cost passed on to the investor. This portfolio will give you the opportunity to find out more about who we are, what we are doing and what others think about us. Most importantly, this will give us the opportunity to show you how our vision to power the way of business, communities and emerging industries falls directly in line with your goals. We thank you for your time; we invite you to inquire further about SolarGenUSA and its ability to help develop solar activities for your community.