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Aligning Green Power Partners with New Renewable Energy Projects Pilot

In 2011, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Partnership (GPP) launched a pilot initiative to connect Green Power Partners with new, not-yet-built renewable energy projects that may align with their energy, environmental, and financial objectives. This pilot is intended to spur the development of new renewable generation by facilitating the signing of long-term green power contracts between end-users and project developers, thereby providing a guaranteed stream of revenue that developers can use to secure project financing.

In the spring of 2013, the GPP solicited project proposals from renewable energy developers. The deadline to submit proposals has now passed. EPA will use the summary project-specific information to select projects to showcase on a webinar on July 24, 2013.

Call for Projects document (PDF) (2 pp, 78K, About PDF)

The documents below were submitted in response to the calls for projects in the spring of 2013, the fall of 2011 and the summer of 2012.

The information on this page is provided solely as an information service to Green Power Partners. A renewable energy project’s inclusion on this page does not constitute endorsement or recommendation by EPA.

Project Proposals Received in 2013:

Project Proposals Received in 2012:

Project Proposals Received in 2011:

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