Renewable Properties has chosen URE for three projects in North Carolina

For utilities, industrial and commercial organizations, Independent Power Producers (IPP), and Electrical Membership Cooperatives, United Renewable Energy, commonly known as URE, develops, plans, installs and manages energy storage and solar photovoltaic systems.

Three 20MW projects in North Carolina have begun construction by Renewable Properties as well as URE (United Renewable Energy LLC). The Renewable Properties firm will fund and own the programs, and United Renewable Energy has been selected to handle the engineering, procurement, as well as construction.

The projects were purchased from Cypress Creek Renewables, which had finished its initial development. One is in Rockingham County, while the other two are in Columbus County. Cypress Creek’s top-ranked O&M division will continue to support these projects with operations and maintenance services. By the fall, all three projects should be finished and ready to deliver energy.

Despite historical inflation and growing prices on materials, gasoline, and every facet of project construction, URE and Renewable Properties have had to get inventive to keep the projects on budget and schedule. Our partners trust us, and our staff takes great delight in collaborating with project owners to keep project budgets on track,” URE’s Executive Vice President, Keith Herbs, said.

Aaron Halimi, President, and Founder of Renewable Properties stated that the solar industry is full of uncertainties surrounding increased construction costs and future tariffs, it’s excellent to work with EPC allies such as URE who are prepared to go above and beyond to get the work done

Renewable Properties, which was founded in 2017, focuses on the development and investment of small-scale utility as well as community solar energy programs around the United States. Works of Renewable Properties, together with utilities, landowners, communities, developers, and financial institutions wishing to make an investment in large solar energy programs, led by seasoned renewable energy specialists with development as well as investment experience.

URE develops, designs, and constructs solar PV and energy storage solutions for industrial, utilities, and commercial businesses, IPPs, and Electrical Membership Cooperatives.

CCR is a prominent renewable energy IPP. CCR is a company that develops, funds, owns, and manages utility-scale as well as distributed solar & energy storage projects around the United States. One project at a time, their goal is to drive a sustainable future. CCR has built over 11 GW of solar plants since its establishment. CCR now owns 1.7 gigawatts of solar and operates 4 gigawatts via its O&M services division.

This project portfolio is going to add to Renewable Properties’ existing fleet in the Carolinas, having plans to unveil more North Carolina ventures in the near future, and also additions to an ever-increasing pipeline of programs throughout the country.

“Cypress Creek Renewables has produced hundreds of solar ventures in North Carolina and is happy to call the state home,” said Sarah Slusser, the company’s CEO. “We are committed to the success of programs in North Carolina and beyond that strive toward a greater sustainable future. Partnering with Renewable Properties as well as their staff to help bring these projects to completion was a pleasure.”