Pattern Energy Group LP (Pattern Development) is a leader in developing renewable energy and transmission assets. With a global footprint spanning North America, South America, the Caribbean and Japan, Pattern Development’s highly-experienced team has brought more than 4,500 MW of capacity to market.
In addition to a solar and wind energy pipeline, Pattern Development is developing several transmission projects. These include the Southern Cross Transmission. Our team successfully conceived, permitted, financed, developed and managed the construction of the Trans Bay Cable project in the San Francisco bay area. This is a 400 MW HVDC submarine cable that carries 40% of the northern San Francisco peninsula’s peak load.
Our experience gives us a unique position in the FERC Order 1000 process as one of the few teams that have successfully completed the development of an independent transmission line in the United States.
We have earned our position as an industry leader by combining creativity, focus, and a scientific approach with our expertise. Pattern also has experience in resource analysis, site development, power marketing, finance, construction, operations and asset management. As a result, our team’s history shows consistent, groundbreaking work.
Pattern Development is headquartered in San Francisco with offices located in Houston, San Diego, New York, Toronto, Santiago, Mexico City and Tokyo.
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National Renewable Solutions
National Renewable Solutions has maintained its focus on the community development model and has a proven successful development history of approximately 762 MW. NRS currently manages over 1,200 MW of renewable energy “development-stage” projects in six states.
Our efficient and highly credible staff has distinct expertise ranging from project finance, resource assessment, and real estate, to interconnection and transmission planning, GIS, permitting and environmental mitigation for a variety of renewable resources – such as wind, solar and hydrogen production. We take pride in our ability to run our company and the projects we manage as efficiently and creatively as possible, so as to maximize the value of these assets.
- We are committed to building clean, efficient energy generation plants and products for our country and the world’s future.
- We build all our projects in active partnership with area landowners, sharing the ownership and profits with landowners and area residents, enhancing the local economic impact.
- We believe strongly in incorporating technology, collaboration and innovation in our projects to improve their value and efficiency.
- We believe in the prudent use of financial and government incentives, but we are striving to build projects that will be cost-competitive with fossil generation, without incentives, that will also offer the added value of promoting a clean environment.
- Most importantly, we believe in running our business efficiently, providing great opportunity for substantial profits and distributing our profits to investors each year
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The SunZia Project consists of two bi-directional extra-high voltage electric transmission lines and substations that will transport energy from Arizona and New Mexico to customers and markets across the Desert Southwest.
SunZia’s total transmission capacity has an approved rating from the Western Electricity Coordinating Council of 3,000 megawatts for two single-circuit 500 kV AC lines. SunZia is solely an electric transmission project, and is not a power generation facility.
Farmer’s Electric Cooperative
Farmers’ Electric Cooperative is an independent, locally owned business. As a member you own a portion of this business and ultimately share responsibility for the success or failure of the Cooperative. Farmers’ Electric is a non-profit organization. We don’t have a group of investors, who are not our customers, deciding what will yield the most profit.
In short, you receive electricity at the cost of providing that service to your home or business. Since Farmers’ Electric is a non-profit organization, we are required by law to return to the members all margins (profits) above and beyond the cost of providing electricity and those margins are assigned to the members through capital credit allocations. Your share of the capital credits is determined by how much money you spend with the Cooperative purchasing electricity and electric services. It is refunded as financial conditions permit.
Broadview Energy, LLC