a long proven track record
Our team has prior collective experience working on 60+ projects, resulting in 2GWp of solar PV with over $6B of total asset value created.
evolving with the market
Our team has been successful together throughout the evolution of clean infrastructure, from the early days of kW scale solar, to pioneering 5-20MW projects and on to increasingly sophisticated and complex transactions of 100-500MW projects.
success in spite of adversity
Our team has had tremendous success despite weathering the financial crisis, changes to ITC, module tariffs, unique real estate and permitting, historically low gas and power prices, and the increasingly competitive landscape of renewables development.
shared experience, not combined experience
The Intersect Power team’s experience is not a sum of years on a handful of resumes. It is a decade of learning and shared success as part of one cohesive team, reunited under our new company.
proven stewards of capital
Our team has been involved in almost $6B of successful debt and long term equity financing for mid to late stage development projects.
"Our late stage experience drives our early stage discipline."
Luke Dunnington | Co-Founder
Prior to Intersect, members of our team played a leading role in the development of the following projects:
Sited in 2010 on approximately 1,900 acres, this California project received its Conditional Use Permit (CUP) from Fresno County in 2014 and was contracted to deliver power to SCE on a long-term Power Purchase Agreement.
Sited in 2013 on approximately 1,300 acres, this Texas project was contracted to deliver power to Austin Energy on a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement.
Sited in 2010 on approximately 1,000 acres, this California project received its Conditional Use Permit (CUP) from Kings County in 2014 and contracted to deliver power to Marin Clean Energy and Sonoma Clean Power under long-term Power Purchase Agreements.
Sited in 2009 on approximately 550 acres, this portfolio of 16 projects received Conditional Use Permits (CUP) from Sacramento County in 2011 and was contracted to deliver power to SMUD on a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement.
Sited in 2009 on approximately 588 acres, this California project received its Conditional Use Permit (CUP) from Kern County in 2011 and was contracted to deliver power to LADWP on a long-term Power Purchase Agreement.
Sited in 2008 and 2009, the Ontario portfolio received land use permits in 2011 and 2012 and was contracted to deliver power to the Ontario Power Authority on 20-year Power Purchase Agreements.