Tranquility Solar is a 258MW solar project located in Fresno County, California. The project was developed through the use of the Williamson act across 1900 acres of retired agricultural land. The project, which was constructed in 2017 is one of the largest of its kind in the central valley of California. Scope of work on Tranquility included all key points of diligence including site control, interconnection agreements, power purchase agreements as well environmental approvals. The project was one of several with a total portfolio capacity of 1.1 GWs acquired, developed and financed by members of Base Energy's management team.
TA Acacia is a 28.35 MW solar project in unincorporated Los Angeles County just outside the city of Lancaster, CA. The project was constructed in 12 weeks after a 2.5 year development process. The principals of Base Energy spearheaded the site lease negotiations with the land owners, developed environmental mitigation plans with the county of Los Angeles, and conducted extensive interconnection agreement negotiations with the local utility. Furthermore, the project scope included the selection of the Engineering Procurement and Construction team for the project and negotiation of financing terms prior to the commercial operation date (COD).
Catalina Solar, is a a first of its kind 143.2 MW solar and wind hybrid project. Completed in 2013 the project is comprised of over 1 Million solar panels. Base Energy's management team negotiated and delivered the key supply agreements necessary to complete the project. Additional input consisted of a deep diligence process with key financiers, extensive land acquisition role with infilling of various sites throughout the massive 900 acre property, as well as minor environmental mitigation work.
The Airport Center project is a first of its kind to leverage the LCR program in Southern California Edison's territory. The building, owned and operated by one of the premier REITs in the country, participated in an innovative pilot which deployed a unique HVAC efficiency technology. The deployment of the technology took place in 2018 and is expected to provide 35% annual energy savings over the expected useful life of 10 years. Base Energy developed the project from inception to completion, negotiating supply agreements, financing and installation of the technology.
The Los Angeles Convention Center is a one of the highest profile solar installations in the city of Los Angeles. The project, consisting of 2.21 Megawatts was constructed in under 6 months and placed in service in 2018. Base Energy's scope of work included full scope of project development activities including: project bidding, construction and schedule management, negotiation with utility for interconnection dates and times, as well as liaison services between all of key stakeholders within the city of Los Angeles including mayor Garcetti, AEG entertainment as well as Convention Center staff.