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We develop commercial scale Community Solar Gardens for different ownership groups. Our core consulting competencies include site analysis, local entitlement, interfacing with utilities and localities, design and financial engineering.
On the development side, we actively work with experts along the development spectrum including EPCs and tax equity investors. For our energy user customers, we offer attractive Power Purchaser Agreements (PPA) for a wide range of energy consumers. And, we help municipalities, universities, hospitals, public sector entities and others meet their sustainability goals. And we ALWAYS invite residential customers to join our Community Solar Gardens!
We consult with EPC's, tax equity investors and energy brokers to maximize project outcomes.
Mr. Fenner is founder and CEO of NESG and is responsible for investor relations and coordination, finance, land use consultation, land acquisition, relationship management, permitting, community solar coordination, PPA's, NMA's, and general corporate management.
Mr. Redding is Vice President of Engineering & Operations and is responsible for all aspects of NESGs engineering, permitting, land use and operational compliance across all projects.
Michael Redding has over 25 years of experience in civil, environmental and geotechnical engineering.
Tiffiny Chase is Director of Solar Development for NESG. Her focus is on project origination in the emerging and evolving Northeastern market. Responsibilities include land siting and acquisition, land use agreement negotiations, landowner as well as municipal and community relationships, utility permitting and interconnection, energy contracting (PPA and NMA) and renewable energy legislative advocacy.
Prior to joining New England Solar Garden, Tiffiny worked for several years as a Land Acquistion Specialist providing site acquisition expertise to the development and engineering teams.
Lillian Fenner is Project Manager responsible for project and data management. She coordinates reporting mechanisms for our investors and NESG strategic planning. Lillian works closely with Engineering in scheduling and logistics as well as with Federal and State permitting agencies.