Lyon Shipyard

The Norfolk Ship Repair & Drydock Company (NSDC) is located in the South Brambleton Redevelopment Area of Norfolk, VA. The company was once a leader in the ship repair industry, but since the late 1990s, its plant and facilities faced growing disinvestment and underutilization, and needed repairs to existing buildings, upgrading of production equipment, and […]

Washoe Travel Plaza

Washoe Travel Plaza is a “first-of-its-kind” NMTC project located on the Washoe Native American reservation in Nevada. The development produced a diversified and sustainable source of revenue for this Nevada and California tribe. The new plaza is named “Wa She Shu,” which comes from the Washoe language meaning “The People’s Place”. Featuring a gas station […]

Ag Processing Grain Terminal

Ag Processing Inc. (AGP) has successfully completed the development of an integrated grain and oilseed storage and export facility at Terminal 2 of the Port of Grays Harbor in Aberdeen, WA. Serving as a gateway destination for US grain exports, the Storage & Export Facility consists of a railroad receiving building and six concrete silos […]

Silicon Ranch, Selmer

On June 15, 2017, Pickwick Electric Cooperative (PEC), Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), McNairy County Industrial Development Board, and Silicon Ranch officially commissioned and turned on a 10 MWDC solar energy facility in Selmer, Tennessee. The facility generates clean, renewable electricity that is provided to TVA as part of its Renewable Standard Offer (RSO) program. The […]

North Fork Community Power

The project is a first-in-nation renewable energy operating business that uses Sierra Nevada forest waste as its feedstock to produce electricity. The electricity will be used in an adjacent industrial park (a former Brownfield site) that focuses on the manufacturing of forest-originated products. The utilization of this forest waste is an imperative for the State […]

Continental Divide Electric Cooperative Broadband Project

Currently, residents and owners of approximately 24,000 homes and business in Grants and the surrounding area have no broadband internet option and rely on satellite internet, the speed of which depends on several factors including the provider, service package purchased, the consumer’s line of sight to the orbiting satellite, and the weather. This project will […]

Terra NW

The Alaska telecommunications provider, GCI, completed Phase 1 of the TERRA-NW broadband service in December and started transmitting commercial traffic on Jan. 3, 2013. Travois New Markets used a portion of its 2011 allocation to assist with financing. The new network will provides broadband to 808 businesses, 79 schools and 74 hospitals and clinics, including the […]

Port of Hueneme

The modernization of the Port of Hueneme retained $7 billion in trade business and 500 livable wage jobs. Clearinghouse CDFI provided $10 million of NMTC allocation for this $14.7 million project. Newly installed, shore-side electrical power will eliminate 230 tons of emissions annually from vessels docking at the port. Additionally, the Port will facilitate the […]

Molokai New Energy Partners

On Aug. 6, 2018, the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission announced the approval of a power-purchase agreement for a new energy facility in Moloka’i. This grid-scale, solar-and-battery energy storage project on Moloka’i will lower power costs for customers and comprise more than 45 percent of the island’s renewable energy production. The 2.6-megawatt (MW) project, which includes […]