Enertis advises Greenbacker on the acquisition of an energy storage portfolio in California
- Enertis has been in charge of all technical aspects, including review of design, equipment and interconnection, contractual aspects, construction monitoring and commissioning oversight.
Enertis, a leading consulting and engineering company in the renewable energy sector, has served as independent engineer to Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company, LLC in the strategic acquisition of sixteen energy storage systems in California, with a total of 7.9MW / 16.5MWh.
Enertis has carried out the evaluation of contracts, guarantees, site specific conditions, designs, equipment and interconnection. Furthermore, Enertis supervised the construction and commissioning of the systems installed to date and will continue to do so for the systems being installed in the following months.
With more than two years of experience in energy storage projects, Enertis has strengthened its service portfolio which now includes consulting for energy storage projects such as, contract advisory, system modelling, detail design and construction monitoring.
” The hard work of Enertis was instrumental in maintaining a fast and efficient transaction,” said Matt Murphy, COO of Greenbacker. “Enertis’ experience and expertise was pivotal in closing our first energy storage project. We look forward to continuing to grow our strong partnership with Enertis across ESS and Solar projects”.
As Iñaki Herrero, the Enertis Managing Director in North America, put it, “We are delighted to have worked with Greenbacker in their first energy storage portfolio. It is always a pleasure to work with professionals such as Matt and his team. Energy storage is a key part of the development of the energy sector and since 2018 it is part of Enertis’s specialization. We will continue our commitment to offer high quality services based on the technological development of new and innovative solutions in order to achieve a decarbonised economy.”
Enertis has been operating in the United States since 2012 and currently has offices in San Francisco, Raleigh and New Jersey. The company has experience in more than 40 GW in the United States, providing consultancy, engineering and quality assurance services in different phases of solar photovoltaic and storage projects.