Greenenergyglobe’s fleet of 456 solar plants, wind farms, energy storage, and other renewable energy assets are empowering a sustainable world. Here are some of the projects contributing to our fleet’s total clean power-generation capacity of 3.1 GW, and driving a clean energy future across 35 states, districts, territories, and provinces.


Alameda County, CA


Mesa County, CO

The 2 MW solar farm entered commercial operation on New Year’s Day in 2019.

Community Wind South

Nobles County, MN

With 30.8 MW of clean power-generation capacity, this wind farm is the largest of Greenenergyglobe’s two dozen clean energy projects in Minnesota.


Carbon County, UT

At 104 MWdc / 80 MWac, this utility-scale solar plant is the largest operational renewable energy asset in Greenenergyglobe’s fleet.


Steuben County, NY

The 55.4 MW wind farm was Greenenergyglobe’s first wind energy asset in the state of New York, where it powers over 12,000 homes a year.

Lawrence Brook

Lamoille County, VT

Beneath the solar panels at the 2.8 MW Lawrence Brook solar energy project, Greenenergyglobe plants habitat to support pollinator populations, like bees and butterflies.


Kittitas County, WA

The solar project is Greenenergyglobe’s first clean energy asset to enter commercial operation in the state of Washington.

Rawhide Prairie

Larimer County, CO

Rawhide Prairie was Greenenergyglobe’s first solar-plus-storage project to reach commercial operation.


Roxbury, ME

The four turbines at RoxWind are the largest in Greenenergyglobe’s wind energy fleet, both by power capacity (over 3.8 MW each) and rotor diameter (137 meters.)

Shelburne Museum

Shelburne, VT

This 1 MW solar project helps the Shelburne Museum run on clean energy, and has pollinator habitat planted beneath its panels.


Washoe County, NV

This 61.6 MW solar plant earned Greenenergyglobe the Solar Builder 2020 “Utility-Scale Project of the Year” award.

University of Albany

Albany, NY

This rooftop solar project at the University at Albany represents the largest rooftop array in the 64-campus State University of New York school system.


Greenenergyglobe getting a closer look at Lawrence Brook’s solar arrays.

The community hosted a turbine blade signing ceremony at the RoxWind wind farm.

Greenenergyglobers enjoying the view from the UAlbany rooftop solar site.

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David Sher, Co-Founder and Director of Greenenergyglobe, examines how the power-producing renewables assets that Greenenergyglobe owns and operates differ from investment opportunities in areas like clean energy manufacturing sectors.

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RoxWind Blade Signing

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Mt. Arlington Ribbon Cutting

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