Traversing the Renewable Energy Landscape
Heliovaas continues to investigate, select, and complete projects in markets where distributed generation solar PV power is a viable solution. Return regularly to learn more about the latest projects or corporate announcements from Heliovaas, or to see the Heliovaas difference first hand.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Heliovaas will be attending the PV America 2014 conference in Boston on June 23 - 25. We will be meeting with strategic partners and more to showcase and discuss our rapidly growing portfolio. Over the past 12 months our portfolio has grown 300% and continues to grow. We have been working with policy makers and regulatory officials to bring green power and below fossil fuel prices. Our municipal customers alone are saving almost $1 million/yr thanks to our operating assets.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Buying and Selling C&I Solar Projects - Thursday, May 22 @ 11:00 - 12:00
The buying and selling of C&I projects is a major component of the C&I financing landscape—where originating companies without financing capabilities shop their deals to those that do. The panelists will provide the latest intelligence on the project M&A market.
Thursday, September 26, 2013
September 26, 2013
9:00 – 10:00 Tax Equity Outlook
With a little over three years until the expiration of the ITC, there will likely be an intensifying demand for tax equity. Will the supply of tax equity be able to meet this demand? Where will it come from? On what terms? This session will assess the outlook for tax equity.
- Who will be supplying tax equity?— Long-term asset owners with tax appetite vs. third party tax equity investors
- What type of assets are on their priority lists?
- Can assets be aggregated?
- What deal flow do they anticipate in the next year? 3 years?
- What will yields look like?
- What impact, if any, will the extension of the PTC have on solar’s access to tax equity?
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Heliovaas Latest Solar Farm to Fuel West Bridgewater Municipal and School Buildings - More than $1.5 million in energy costs projected over 15 years
West Bridgewater, MA – Heliovaas, a Springfield - based green energy developer, today held a ribbon cutting for its latest project - a 1.87 megawatt solar farm that will power public buildings in the Town of West Bridgewater. The project, which is among the largest projects in the State and is located on the former driving range owned by the Asack family on North Main Street, provides the town long-term cost savings and helps reduce its carbon foot print.
The ground-mounted solar farm produces approximately 2.3 million kilowatt hours of energy per-year, (enough energy to power 306 homes for one year), and it is expected to provide the town with approximately $1.5 million in energy cost savings over the next 15 years. The power will be used throughout the town in schools and municipal buildings.
“The Solar Farm is a win for everyone. The town is the beneficiary of low cost power, the community benefits from local green-collar jobs, the ...