Green Era Sustainability Campus

This innovative project will redevelop a vacant 9-acre brownfield site into a sustainability campus which includes a biodigester, greenhouse space, community garden with a fresh produce stand and a visitor’s center with classrooms for STEM programs and community activities. The project involves biotechnology and green energy, urban agriculture, quality employment opportunities for low-income people, fresh […]

Vomela Specialty Company

The NMTC loan proceeds will be utilized to finance a portion of the total project cost associated with installing 1 megawatt of solar panels and purchasing various furniture, fixtures and equipment at Vomela’s new 300,000 SF headquarters in Saint Paul, MN.

Seaboard Energy

In December 2020, NIF allocated $15 million to support Seaboard Energy’s retrofit of an idle ethanol processing facility in Hugoton, Kansas. Seaboard Energy is the North American bioenergy subsidiary of Seaboard Corporation, a NYSE-listed, Fortune 500 company that was originally founded in Boston in 1918 as the Seaboard Flour Company and today employs more than […]

Richland Center Renewable Energy and Wastewater Treatment

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 unable to handle the volume, functionality, odor, traffic, disposal, cost or increased capacity. The new facility allowed RCRE to run at higher capacity, enabling the […]


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. Both facilities use biomass from logging residues, timber thinnings, and urban wood waste as its primary fuel source supplied from an estimated 40-mile radius from each site. Each facility […]

The Greater Boston Food Bank

As New England’s largest hunger relief organization, The Food Bank helps people in the area to be productive members of their communities by ensuring that they are well fed. BlueHub Capital, formerly Boston Community Capital, provided the flexible financing that they needed that would enhance the vision of The Food Bank. In 2010, BlueHub Capital […]

Our Health Community Services Complex Phase 2

Description 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 the Winchester, Va., area. Phase II adds 34,000 square feet of space to the existing Our Health campus, and allow several of the organization’s […]

Hoku Solar

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

Lancaster Energy Partners

Located in the State of Georgia, historically underserved in the NMTC Program, the Lancaster Energy Partners Project consists of the acquisition and retrofitting of a former coal fired power plant which had closed 10 years ago. The power plant served an adjacent textile mill which had closed due to foreign competition. DVCI’s NMTC investment contributed […]


The AVAPCO project consists of the acquisition, expansion and leasing of an existing biomass research, development, and demonstration facility located in Thomaston, Georgia. The expansion enhanced the production capabilities of the facility and allow it to produce Nanocellulose from biomass feedstock. Nanocellulose is a renewable, biodegradable, compostable fiber that is as strong as Kevlar™. Nanocellulose […]

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 […]

Selma Solar

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

San Antonio Food Bank

The San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB), the 14th largest food bank in the country, serves 16 counties in Southwest Texas. The mission of SAFB is to fight hunger through food distribution, service programs, education, and advocacy. SAFB partners with more than 530 agencies to deliver food (45 million pounds in 2011) and services to 58,000 […]