RENEWABLE ENERGY & SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES
Foss & Company works with partners across the country to identify the best investment solutions to meet their strategic tax planning needs. Renewable energy projects provide risk mitigated options that directly contribute to a sustainable energy future.
- Sourcing quality transactions with experienced and capable development partners
- Negotiating favorable terms and conditions and securing viable term sheets
- Industry-leading underwriting, asset management and investor reporting
- Streamlining the closing process through industry leading “one stop shop” approach
- Provide debt, federal HTC equity, state HTC equity, HTC bridge loans, and PACE financing
GENERATING ENERGY THAT PRODUCES NO GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM FOSSIL FUELS AND REDUCES SOME TYPES OF AIR POLLUTION
DIVERSIFYING ENERGY SUPPLY AND REDUCING NATIONAL DEPENDENCE ON IMPORTED FUELS
CREATING JOBS, PROVIDING HOUSING AND INCREASING LOCAL AND STATE TAX REVENUES
FOCUS ON ADDITIONALITY
Foss & Company targets segments of the tax credit market where the long-term certainty of available tax equity will be a primary driver for implantation of additional renewable energy, carbon capture, and historic rehabilitation projects, thereby achieving additionality in our investment practices.
Investing in carbon capture and sequestration projects provides predictable returns on low-risk investments while helping to mitigate climate change.
COST EFFECTIVELY REDUCE CO2 EMISSIONS BY 80%-99% FROM EXISTING INDUSTRIAL PLANTS AND POWER FACILITIES.
CREATE AND PRESERVE HIGH-WAGE JOBS AT EXISTING INDUSTRIAL AND POWER FACILITIES, OFTEN LOCATED IN LOW-TO-MODERATE INCOME RURAL AREAS.
SUPPORT DOMESTIC ENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION, AND ENHANCE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF US INDUSTRIAL EXPORTS.
SPOTLIGHT ON THE PAST
FOSS & COMPANY'S FIRST RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT
LUZ SOLAR ELECTRIC GENERATING SYSTEM - APRIL 1986
Solar Electric Generating Systems (SEGS) is a concentrated solar power plant in California, United States. With the combined capacity from three separate locations at 354 megawatt (MW), it is the world's second largest solar thermal energy generating facility, after the commissioning of the even larger Ivanpah facility in 2014. It consists of nine solar power plants in California's Mojave Desert, where insolation is among the best available in the United States.
Pictured: Foss & Company's president, George Barry, onsite of the SEGS project in 1986.