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.
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 […]
SJEIC provides laboratory, office, proto-type manufacturing and demonstration space for emerging clean technology companies.
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 […]
A new energy facility in Moloka’i.
The Hawaii Department of Transportation operates and maintains 15 airports statewide.
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 […]
Financing for the development and management of a 2.3 MW solar farm located in Selma, North Carolina.
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 […]
The largest solar installation in the state of Utah and nearly doubling the state’s current solar capacity.
A non-profit utilizes a rooftop solar PV system to help power its new facility.
Warehouse space on a Lower East Side pier becomes a new athletic facility and public waterfront esplanade.
Invests in solar for community action agencies and nonprofits, saving them on utilities.
The Yukon-Koyukuk Elder Assisted Living Facility (YKEALF) received substantial economic help as US Bancorp Community Development Corporation (USBCDC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of US Bank, and Travois New Markets, a Community Development Entity dedicated to investments in Indian Country, worked together to provide the facility with more than $2 million in New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) […]
Jazz at Walter Circle is a four-story mixed-use facility that includes 74 apartments for senior citizens.
The California Statewide Communities Development Corporation (CSCDC) has provided $10 million of New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation to West Hills Community College District (WHCC) for its new Agricultural Science facility in Coalinga, California, also known as the “Farm of the Future”. The facility includes a 15,000 square foot career and technical education complex, a […]
A CDE helped Scenic Hill Solar construction an additional 2 megawatts in capacity, expanding an existing construction project from 5 MW to 7 MW.
Financing for a family-owned wholesale distributor of fresh produce as well as frozen, canned and specialty items.
SolarVision, LLC., a Westerville, Ohio-based solar energy provider, has a vision of bringing the many economic and environmental benefits of solar power to schools, municipalities and business throughout Ohio. To execute its vision, the company developed a business model that uses available energy tax credits to provide solar energy solutions that are affordable and provide […]