National Solar Power Chief Executive Officer James Scrivener says, “Florida is ripe with opportunities to establish successful solar-energy projects. We are thoroughly impressed with the high-level of enthusiasm we’re seeing from economic development, civic and elected leaders across the state. We are grateful to the Liberty County community for the warm welcome it has extended to us and stand ready to work with our new partners to build our new network of farms and begin harvesting the power of the sun.”
The first phase of the project is expected to begin within six to seven months of breaking ground. Has been contracted to design, build, and operate the Liberty County solar farm project for National Solar Power.
To fund its renewable energy infrastructure projects like the three Florida solar projects, National Solar Power has established Green Infrastructure Partners, which offers a platform for accredited investors to participate in the eventual transition to a renewable energy infrastructure. Green Infrastructure Partners is externally managed and advised by Solar Capital Management a wholly owned subsidiary of National Solar Power Partners.
National Solar Power has entered into an agreement with Progress Energy Florida and is having discussions with other potential customers to purchase power generated by its Florida solar farm projects. In addition to the agreement with Progress Energy Florida, National Solar Power has secured power supply agreements for more than 3,000MW of solar farms in the Southeastern United States. For more information, visit www.natlsolar.com.