Sunrise Energy Ventures develops commercial and utility-scale solar projects in the United States with projects focused in the Southwest, Southeast and Midwest regions.

We have a long record of developing superior installations that provide communities with sustainable clean energy and investors with stable, consistent revenue.

By the Numbers

65 Installations

CONCENTRATED IN 4 STATES

60 MW

GENERATED BY COMPLETED PROJECTS

75 MW

CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT

35,000

HOUSEHOLDS SERVED

Greenhouse gas reductions by Sunrise Energy Venture solar energy are equivalent to:

118,357

LBS COAL BURNED ANNUALLY

79,000

LBS OF GARBAGE SENT TO LANDFILL ANNUALLY

262,686

MILES DRIVEN BY AVG VEHICLE ANNUALLY

Indiana

40MW generated at all installations is equivalent to carbon dioxide sequestered by 22.6 acres of U.S. forest in one year.

Largest installation in Midwest when developed

Largest installation in the state of Indiana

Owned and operated by Dominion Energy

New Mexico

54 installations equivalent to avoiding 8,209 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions annually.

54 installations

29 physical net metered

25 virtual net metered

Each installation has its own interconnection to the grid

Packaged the contracted cash flows of all installations and sold as one portfolio

First virtual net metered projects with Xcel Energy in New Mexico

North Carolina

14.4MW generated at Sunrise Energy Ventures various installations is equivalent to carbon dioxide sequestered by 255 tree seedlings grown for 10 years.

Two portfolios completed; several additional projects in progress

First series of installations was among original projects developed using Tennessee Valley Authorities standard offer program; constructed and sold as commercial operations

Second portfolio used Duke Energy Progress CSP-27 rate tariff; sold at “notice to proceed”

Minnesota

Energy generated at Sunrise Energy Ventures Minnesota installations will be equivalent to avoiding 152,020 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions.

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100MW installations for community solar gardens

Expected to serve 15,000 residential customers

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