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Lent Hill Ag-Grid (2022)

Cohocton, NY

Lent Hill (LH) is the development and operation of a 2MW facility powered by local farmer’s food waste and silage. LH will process 43K gallons of local food waste per

Mahpiya Luta (2024)

Pine Ridge, SD

BlueHub Capital has awarded tax credits to Maȟpíya Lúta (Red Cloud) on the Pine Ridge Reservation, facilitating a $13 million investment in significant infrastructure projects. The funds will support the

Laguna Wastewater Treatment System (2012)

Laguna, NM

The Pueblo of Laguna Utility Authority is an independent nonprofit entity, owned by the Pueblo of Laguna, which develops, manages and maintains utilities for the Pueblo of Laguna, the largest

Navajo Tribal Utility Project (2018)

Kayenta, AZ

NMTC equity was used for the construction of a substation that connects more Navajo Nation households to the recently completed Kayenta Solar Facility, a 27.3 MW solar farm. This investment

FLS Energy (2014)

Ellenboro, NC

FLS Energy constructed 38 megawatts of utility-scale solar farms near Hendersonville, in Rutherford County and at six other sites in North Carolina. Across the state, the array of solar panels

Nemak Kentucky (2022)

Glasgow, KY
NMTC financing supported facility upgrades of Nemak's Kentucky electric vehicle manufacturing plant.

Altogether Recycling (2006)

Denver, CO
Construction of Altogether Recycling’s 30,000 sq. ft. plant.

Jordan Downs Redevelopment (2018)

Los Angeles, CA
Retail & commercial space that incorporates full-service grocery stores, restaurants, and retail shops.

Sunwheel Energy + Sustainability, an affiliate of McCormack Baron Salazar, receives St. Louis Mayor’s Sustainability Award ()

Solar on St. Polycarp (2015)

Somerville, MA

Renewable Energy Provider to LICs: BlueHub Capital, then known as Boston Community capital, stepped in, installing solar panels at both St. Polycarp II and III. BlueHub Capital owns the panels,

Energ2 (2011)

Albany, OR
Energ2 used NMTC financing to finance a facility a new production line.

Enviva Pellets (2022)

Epes, AL

The building of the world’s largest wood pellet plant in Epes, Alabama. Enviva is the largest producer of industrial wood pellets, a renewable energy alternative to fossil fuels. Enviva’s sustainable

Academy for Global Citizenship (2022)

Chicago, IL
Chicago’s Academy for Global Citizenship Anchors New State-of-the-Art Learning, Sustainability, and Wellness Hub Catered to Community Needs

DD Dannar LLC (2022)

Muncie, IN
The first phase of development in the $50 million Kitselmen Pure Energy Park master planned development and will rehabilitate and environmentally remediate the former Indiana Steel and Wire building, a

Roses Southwest Papers Inc. (2021)

Albuquerque, NM

Roses Southwest Papers Inc. is a high-quality paper products manufacturer located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The investment will allow the family-owned and operated business to increase its manufacturing capacity and

Biomass Green Fuels (2020)

Fajardo, PR
Construction of a landfill recycled and renewable natural gas and carbon dioxide facility.

Zia Energy Group (2021)

Albuquerque, NM
Affordable Solar is looking to purchase an existing 3.522-acre site which already contains a noteworthy building of nearly 30,000 sq. ft. at 3900 Singer Boulevard NE.

Solarvision (2010)

Athens, OH
Solar energy provider, SolarVision, LLC, is making it possible for schools, municipalities and businesses to take advantage of the economic and environmental benefits of solar power.

The Greater Boston Food Bank (2011)

Lawrence, MA
NMTC financing supported the construction of The Greater Boston Food Bank

Balboa Elementary School (2011)

Antioch, CA
NMTC financing supported solar panels for Balboa Elementary school.

Vomela Specialty Company (2020)

Saint Paul, MN
Financing for the installation of 1 megawatt of solar panels and purchasing various furniture, fixtures and equipment at Vomela's new 300,000 sq. ft. headquarters in Saint Paul, MN.

Richland Center Renewable Energy and Wastewater Treatment (2012)

Richland Center, WI
NMTCs enabled RCRE to construct a new state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility in Richland Center, providing a solution for the significant problems of the city’s old wastewater treatment facility, which was

Pinelands (2012)

Allendale, SC
NMTCs were leveraged to build two identical 21 MW biomass generation facilities which will convert wood pulp and debris into electricity for use throughout South Carolina.

The Greater Boston Food Bank (2013)

Cambridge, MA
In 2010, BlueHub Capital financed the installation of solar panels on the roof of the Food Bank, allowing the organization to get green energy for a low, fixed rate and

San Jose Environmental Innovation Center (2011)

San Jose, CA
SJEIC provides laboratory, office, proto-type manufacturing and demonstration space for emerging clean technology companies.

Our Health Community Services Complex Phase 2 (2008)

Winchester, VA
Our Health Community Services Complex Phase II involved the rehabilitation of an historic facility that expanded the provision of public and private health and social services available to residents of

Danimer Scientific Kentucky Inc (2019)

Winchester, KY
NMTC financing brings high-quality biotech manufacturing jobs back to Winchester, Kentucky

Molokai New Energy Partners (2018)

Waianae, HI
A new energy facility in Moloka'i.

Hoku Solar (2012)

Waianae, HI
The Hawaii Department of Transportation operates and maintains 15 airports statewide.

Lancaster Energy Partners (2013)

Thomaston, GA
The acquisition and retrofitting of a former coal fired power plant which had closed 10 years ago.

AVAPCO (2014)

Thomaston, GA
The AVAPCO project consists of the acquisition, expansion and leasing of an existing biomass research, development, and demonstration facility located in Thomaston, Georgia.

Silicon Ranch, Selmer (2015)

Selmer, TN
On June 15, 2017, Pickwick Electric Cooperative, Tennessee Valley Authority, McNairy County Industrial Development Board, and Silicon Ranch officially commissioned and turned on a 10 MWDC solar energy facility in

Selma Solar (2014)

Selma, NC
Financing for the development and management of a 2.3 MW solar farm located in Selma, North Carolina.

Zilkha Biomass (2013)

Selma, AL
Manufacturer of proprietary 'black' wood pellet.

San Antonio Food Bank (2012)

San Antonio, TX
A project doubled the overall facility to 204,000 sq. ft., more than double food storage capacity, and triple the cold storage space available for healthy fresh and frozen foods.

Salt Palace Convention Center (2011)

Salt Lake City, UT
The largest solar installation in the state of Utah and nearly doubling the state's current solar capacity.