Glidepath Ventures sold an 887.5-MWdc portfolio of early-stage utility-scale solar projects in the regional transmission area PJM Interconnection to a clean energy-focused development and investment firm. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
“Glidepath was founded in 2017 to create a highly scalable and efficient approach to the origination and development of renewable energy projects. This transaction underscores the success of our scaled origination platform, which we are now deploying with similar success in multiple markets across the United States,” said Carl Jackson, a partner of Glidepath Ventures.
Glidepath Ventures originated and developed the regionally clustered utility-scale projects in 2019. The projects are expected to achieve commercial operations in 2022.
“We’re very pleased to have placed this utility-scale project portfolio with a strong, capable developer who can carry these projects forward,” said Charles Silio, a partner of Glidepath Ventures. “Going forward, Glidepath will continue to build on our portfolio of more than 2.0 GW of early- and mid-stage solar energy projects, and to engage with best-in-class financial and operational partners.”
This transaction follows Glidepath’s recent announcement of a 278-MWdc investment by Grasshopper Solar, bringing its total portfolio in Pennsylvania to more than 1 GWdc.
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