About Chaberton Energy
Chaberton Energy develops renewable energy and sustainable infrastructure projects. Chaberton Energy primarily develops distributed solar generation assets in the mid-Atlantic and in the Western U.S., from origination to ready-to-operate. Chaberton Energy is funded by Greenbacker Development Fund, is based in Maryland and has over 300 MW of active projects in development. For more information go to www.chaberton.com
Angelica Johnson || Chaberton Energy, Business Operations Manager
About Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company
Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company LLC is a publicly reporting, non-traded limited liability sustainable infrastructure company that acquires and manages income-producing renewable energy and other energy-related businesses, including solar and wind farms. We seek to invest in high-quality projects that sell clean power under long-term contract to high-creditworthy counterparties such as utilities, municipalities, and corporations. We are long-term owner-operators, who strive to be good stewards of the land and responsible members of the communities in which we operate. We believe our focus on power production and income generation creates value that we can then pass on to our shareholders—while facilitating the transition toward a clean energy future. For more information, please visit www.greenbackercapital.com.
Chris Larson || Greenbacker, Senior Writer & Media Communications
About Forum Energy Partners
Forum provides best-in-class services to owners of solar and energy storage projects in North America. Our services include late-stage development and pre-construction support, owner’s engineering, onsite construction management, QA/QC and safety oversight, and turn-key EPC services. Forum has assisted owners with over 8,000 MWs of projects since 2017, our team is currently engaged as construction manager and/or owner’s engineer on over 3,800 MWs of active projects, and we have constructed over 100 MWs as EPC. Collectively, Forum’s team brings over $17B of project experience. https://www.forumepcm.com/.
Graham Evarts || Forum Energy Partners, Vice President of Business Development
About Loyola University Maryland
Loyola University Maryland is a Jesuit, Catholic university committed to the educational and spiritual traditions of the Society of Jesus and the development of the whole person. Anchored in Baltimore, Maryland, the University educates approximately 3,800 undergraduate and 1,350 graduate students. Loyola offers more than 40 undergraduate and seven graduate programs through its three schools: Loyola College of Arts and Sciences, the Sellinger School of Business and Management, and the School of Education. Loyola inspires students to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world, graduating educated, fulﬁlled, ethical leaders who are driven to better the world around them with their talents and compassion. For more information, visit www.loyola.edu.
Tracy Harvey || Loyola University Maryland, Sustainability Program Director
About SunEast Renewables
SunEast Renewables LLC is a privately-held solar development company owned by SunEast Development LLC and an investment fund advised by New Energy Capital Partners, LLC (NEC). NEC is a leading alternative asset management firm which invests across the capital structures of small and mid-sized clean energy infrastructure projects and companies. SunEast Renewables LLC and its affiliates are based in Malvern, PA. SunEast was founded in 2012, and to date, has more than 1.2 GWs of solar projects under development in the PJM, NYISO, and ISO-NE markets. For more information go to www.suneastdevelopment.com
Reed Wills || SunEast Renewables, Chief Operating Officer