Renewable Properties and United Renewable Energy LLC (URE) have commenced building on three North Carolina tasks totaling 20 MW. Renewable Properties will finance and personal the tasks and has chosen URE to finish the engineering, procurement, and building.
The tasks, which span the state, have been acquired from Cypress Creek Renewables, which accomplished their preliminary growth. Two are in Columbus County and one in Rockingham County. Cypress Creek will proceed involvement in these tasks by offering operations and upkeep providers via its O&M division. All three tasks are anticipated to be accomplished and delivering energy by the autumn.
“Our partners rely on us, and our team takes tremendous pride in working collaboratively with the project owners to ensure that we maintain the project budgets,” says Keith Herbs, govt vp of URE.
“With the solar market full of uncertainty around rising construction costs and potential tariffs, it’s great to work with EPC partners like URE who are willing to go the extra mile to get the job done,” says Aaron Halimi, founder and president of Renewable Properties.
This portfolio of tasks will add to Renewable Properties’ working fleet within the Carolinas with extra plans to announce extra North Carolina tasks quickly, in addition to additions to their ever-growing pipeline of tasks all through the United States. “Cypress Creek Renewables has developed hundreds of solar projects in the state of North Carolina and is proud to have a home base in the state,” feedback Sarah Slusser, CEO of Cypress Creek Renewables.
“We are deeply invested in the continued success of projects that work toward a more sustainable future in North Carolina and beyond. It was great working with Renewable Properties and their team to help get these projects across the finish line.”