Strata Solar Completes 18MW Solar System in North Carolina

Published on 15 Dec 2014
Strata Solar  Sol Systems 
Sol Systems, Strata Solar, and NCB add another 18MW of clean, solar energy to North Carolina.

The projects are located on rural farmland in Erwin, Efland, and Hickory and total 18MW of solar capacity which equals the reduction of automobile travel by approximately 24 million miles. Strata Solar developed the project opportunities provided EPC services, and National Cooperative Bank served as the lender in the transactions.

"North Carolina is a robust market for tax structured investments, which have been instrumental in stimulating the state's solar growth," said Dan Yonkin, Director of Tax Equity at Sol Systems. "Equally, in an industry where long-term relationships are essential for keeping transaction costs low, we are vigilant in working with such esteemed partners."

"Reliable, long-term relationships are a key component of success in this industry. Strata Solar chooses partners that are credible and allow us to move our business forward with confidence," said David Scoglio, CFO of Strata Solar. "Sol Systems and NCB are fine examples of some of the partnerships that help us continue to create great opportunities for business development and investment."

"The solar industry in the United States is booming, and National Cooperative Bank has been committed to supporting this important sector since 2008, having financed over $300 million and 250MW," said Matthew Wright, Senior Vice President, National Cooperative Bank. "We look forward to working with Strata Solar and Sol Systems in the future."

The three new arrays will displace about 15,000 tons of carbon dioxide each year, about the same as providing electricity for over 1,800 homes for one year.


ENF Profiles For Companies Mentioned in This Article

Strata Solar (Solar System Installers): https://www.enfsolar.com/directory/installer/21432
Sol Systems (Solar System Installers): https://www.enfsolar.com/directory/installer/44715
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