Our mission to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy is shared by many of our industry partners. But in order to succeed, we all must work together. We are proud that Borrego Solar is consistently chosen by fellow industry leaders—including our competitors—to bring projects to fruition. We aim to make these partnerships transparent, efficient, and fruitful.
We partner with:
Pure-Play Developers (PPDs)
Borrego Solar acquires later-stage projects from other developers or partners with them to complete development and construction. We can provide the missing pieces to get a project through to commercial operation, including development capital, entitlement, permitting and interconnection expertise, technical solutions, financeability, and market insight.
Independent Power Producers (IPPs)
We sell IPPs commercially operable assets, help develop their projects, and act as their engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) partner. In addition, we provide program management services to optimize portfolio projects and ensure their successful execution, and operate and maintain existing solar assets.
“When choosing an EPC or developer to work with, we focus on those that don’t just announce projects, but actually put steel in the ground. Borrego Solar comes with a unique combination of development, engineering, construction and finance experience that allows them to breathe new life into stranded mid-stage projects and turns them into high-value financeable assets that meet strict investment standards. Borrego Solar is a low-risk partner for independent power producers like sPower.”Ryan Creamer, CEO, sPower
One of the country’s most reputable solar EPC providers, Borrego Solar partners with utilities seeking a qualified EPC contractor to build utility-owned generation (UOG) solar power installations for renewable portfolio standard (RPS) compliance. We have a track record of success and offer full performance and payment bonding to assure a project’s deliverability. We also work with local subcontractors to help utilities meet their local disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) and union commitments where applicable.
“We’re excited to be working with Borrego Solar to bring new clean energy generation to our state. We are committed to making advances in solar connectivity and to increase the amount of renewable energy we provide. This initiative will have a broad impact on the way our communities think about, and use, solar power for years to come.”Edward White, Vice President of Customer & Business Strategy, National Grid
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