Green Power Partnership
Project Matching: Facilitating New Renewable Energy Projects
Upcoming 2015 Webinar Dates to Remember
May 11 - Open of Project Proposal Submittal Period
June 5 - Close of Project Proposal Submittal Period
June 12 - Proposal submitters are notified as to whether project will or will not be featured on webinar
June 19 - Projects selected for webinar submit presentations to EPA
June 22 - All project proposals meeting requirements are posted to EPA website
June 24 - Project Matching webinar
The Green Power Partnership's (GPP's) Project Matching initiative works to connect green power users with new, not-yet-built renewable energy projects that may align with their energy, environmental, and financial objectives.
This initiative's goal is to spur the development of new renewable generation by facilitating the engagement of green power users with not-yet-built renewable energy projects, through the signing of long-term off-take agreements (e.g., PPAs), taking of a direct investment position in the project, or through other involvement.
Project List Application
Developers interested in submitting a not-yet-built project that has a clear role for GPP stakeholders can do so using the following application form:
Project Proposal Submittal Form (DOCX) (3 pp, 35K)
The GPP will not consider or accept incomplete applications. The GPP will accept complete project applications on a rolling basis. GPP will host featured project webinars on an intermittent basis depending on the total number of applications received.
The following list represents projects submitted and found to meet the minimum project readiness criteria. The GPP reviews all project applications and evaluates them based on their readiness for construction as well as for the role that the developer is seeking to fill through GPP stakeholder involvement. Developers are welcome to resubmit projects if they are determined to be viable.
EPA's Green Power Partnership provides all project related information as a service to EPA Green Power Partners. A renewable energy project's inclusion on this page does not constitute endorsement or recommendation by EPA of the projects or the stakeholders involved.
Project Proposals Received in 2013:
- 3.1 MW Geothermal, Oregon (Surprise Valley Elec. Corp.) (PDF) (3 pp, 93K)
- 4.2 MW Solar PV, Maryland (OneEnergy Renewables) (PDF) (2 pp, 110K)
- 10 MW Wind, New York (Green Power Energy, LLC) (PDF) (2 pp, 62K)
- 20 MW Solar PV, Georgia (Geronimo Energy) (PDF) (3 pp, 94K)
- 20.7 MW Wind, Iowa (OwnEnergy, Inc.) (PDF) (4 pp, 114K)
- 45 MW Wind, Texas (LoneStar Wind Power Co.) (PDF) (3 pp, 70K)
- 100 MW Wind, Michigan (Geronimo Energy) (PDF) (4 pp, 91K)
- 153 MW Wind, Oklahoma (PNE Wind USA, Inc.) (PDF) (3 pp, 54K)
- 180 MW Wind, Kansas (Norvento USA, LLC) (PDF) (4 pp, 63K)
- 210 MW Wind, Illinois (Geronimo Energy) (PDF) (4 pp, 92K)
- 300 MW Wind, Texas (Apex Wind Energy) (PDF) (3 pp, 128K)