Our clients create and provide energy. They make goods and services. They govern, they teach, they protect, they save lives, they inspire, they innovate, they pioneer, and they collectively work with us to innovate and improve the world.
Residential and commercial energy consumers who want access to clean solar energy. TurningPoint Energy has been on the forefront of Community Solar development and advisory, with over 50 MW DC operating today, and more than 300 MW under development.
Our community solar portfolio includes:
- BTC2 Kingsville Community Solar Project, MD (2.96 MW)
- Concho Valley Electric Cooperative (CVEC) – The Agnes Project (1.3 MW)
- Hopkins West Greenwich Community Solar Project, RI (9.39 MW)
- King North Smithfield Community Solar Project, RI (16.2 MW)
- Mid-South Synergy Community Solar Projects (Advisory for two 1.3 MW projects totaling 2.6 MW)
- PGC18 Upper Marlboro 1 Community Solar Project, MD (2.34 MW)
- PGC21 Upper Marlboro 2 Community Solar Project, MD (1.27 MW)
- United Cooperative Services Community Solar Project (14 MW)
- An additional 300 MW under development across Maryland, Rhode Island, Maine, and other markets.
We believe that Community Solar is integral to expanding the deployment of solar technology in communities by enabling businesses and residents to invest in solar together.
Electric Utilities That Provide Energy to Our World
This sector is at a critical turning point and will transform during our lifetime to become a smarter, cleaner, more sustainable and more flexible industry. We have spent more than a decade working arm-in-arm with electric utilities to both develop and expand their solar generation strategies and help implement solar projects to diversify their energy portfolio, including the following: IOUs and Municipal and Cooperative utilities.
Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs)
- Arizona Public Service Company, AZ
- Baltimore Gas & Electric, MD
- CMP Energy, ME
- Dominion Energy (regulated), VA
- Duke Energy (regulated), NC
- El Paso Electric, NM
- First Energy, MD
- National Grid, RI
- Pacific Gas and Electric, CA
- Progress Energy, NC
- Southern California Edison, CA
- Tucson Electric Power, AZ
- Xcel Energy, NM & CO
Municipal and Cooperative Utilities
- Austin Energy, TX
- City Water & Light Municipal Utility, AR
- CPS Energy, TX
- Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, TX
- Danville Municipal Utilities, VA
- Lakeland Electric, FL
- Mid-South Electric Co-op, TX
- Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative, VA
- Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, MD
- Springer Electric Cooperative, NM
- Tri-State Generation and Transmission, Inc., NM
- United Cooperative Services, TX
Are you a farmer, a real estate developer, or just happen to have property that could be suitable for solar? TPE is seeking landowners with land, roof, brownfield, landfill, or parking lots to serve as solar project hosts in various U.S. markets. By partnering with TPE, project hosts can earn extra money by leasing or selling suitable unused space for a solar project. Benefits of partnering with TPE as a host:
- Diversification of property revenue stream beyond farming or tenants
- Reliable long-term income stream
- Preservation of land for future farming or development opportunities
- Ability to monetize unproductive or brownfield sites
Commerical Companies and the Public Sector
Retailers, hospitals, schools, universities, federal, state and municipal governments. All of our clients in this area are trying to find ways to save money, innovate, differentiate, educate and lead with more flexible, greater options for sustainable choice. For more than 12 years, we have been developing projects for these clients that today integrate solar, storage, electric vehicle charging, intelligent lighting, combined heat and power and related technologies into their buildings and infrastructure.
Our team members have worked with the University of Minnesota, Purdue University, Missouri School of Science and Technology, Illinois State University, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), City and County of Broomfield, San Luis Valley Regional Medical Center, the City of Santa Fe, Alamosa School District, Pima County, City of Aurora, City of Littleton, City of Lafayette, Park City, Flathead County, Cheyenne County, and the City of Laurel.