In the News
Nearly half the power at the National Aquarium in Baltimore will soon come from a solar grid on the Eastern Shore. The aquarium has signed a 25-year electricity supply agreement with Constellation Energy Group to buy a portion of its electricity from a new solar power plant in Cambridge.
OneEnergy Renewables, a Seattle startup that describes itself as a developer of distributed, utility-scale solar photovoltaic projects, has raised $5 million in funding from Ecosystem Integrity Fund, cleantech angel group Element 8 and others.
OneEnergy Renewables plans to expand the commercial solar market with a unique PPA. The Purpose-Built Solar product lets corporate and institutional customers build larger offsite systems and lock in greater long-term savings.
Excellent article about Ethical Electric featured in the New York Times, with contributing quote from OneEnergy's Bill Eddie.
BALTIMORE & SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OneEnergy Renewables, a leading developer of distributed, utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects, and Constellation announce the development of a 4.3 MW solar electric project located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The off-site system, which is part of an innovative electricity supply agreement between Constellation and the National Aquarium, will provide power for approximately 40 percent of the Aquarium’s electricity requirements for the next 25 years.
OneEnergy Renewables, a leading developer of distributed, utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects, today announced it has closed a $5M Series B financing round. New investor Ecosystem Integrity Fund (EIF) led the round, with additional support from existing investors, including members of the Seattle-based cleantech angel group, Element 8.
OneEnergy Renewables, a developer of large-scale clean energy projects, honors future industry leaders with the OneEnergy Scholars Award.
OneEnergy Renewables joined the Renewable Energy Markets Association, an industry association dedicated to growing North American markets for renewable energy.