Who We Are
Why We Are Different
This country has huge goals for growing our innovative industries of tomorrow and for addressing climate change. We believe the bridge between vision and progress is built in steel. Our team is laser-focused on scalable, transformative clean energy projects that move the needle on deep decarbonization and redefining the scope of the clean energy industry by enabling new pathways between clean electricity and the broader economy.
Join Our Team
We are solutions-oriented people, which breeds creativity in all facets of our business. We take risks and try new things without fear of failure. We collaborate across all aspects of our business and encourage employees to help us innovate and “encode” solutions throughout the organization. If you’re interested in joining our lean team of experts, we would love to hear from you.
A team of friends working to preserve our planet for future generations through low-carbon energy and infrastructure solutions.
Build the most innovative, resource-efficient, and scalable vertically integrated clean energy company.
Intersect Power Formation
Intersect announces investment by Macquarie in IP Renewable Energy Holdings to fund development pipeline
Softbank Energy purchases Macquarie’s stake in IP Renewable Energy Holdings
Intersect raises ~$130MM equity from CAI, LMI, Trilantic and ~$480MM credit facility with Generate and Carval
Intersect closes sale of 1.7 GW of NTP U.S. solar projects to Softbank Energy
Financial closing on $2.6B term financing for entire portfolio through 2023
First NTPs on 2.2 GW Portfolio expected in Q3
730 MW in CA and TX will be operational
1.5 GW in CA and TX will be operational
By Sheldon Kimber, CEO, Intersect Power It’s been a tough year for clean energy but adversity favors the strong and we at Intersect Power have never been stronger. Since we closed on $130M of equity at the end of 2020 we have delivered on nearly every milestone of an...
Anyone telling you there is a clear and simple strategy for saving US consumers from the volatility and uncertainty of global energy markets is selling you something, doesn't understand economics or both. Basic economics tells us why just drilling more won't save us...
By Sheldon Kimber, CEO, Intersect Power Click here to download PDF The climate is warming and our society will be forced to decarbonize well beyond the power sector. That much is certain, and just a matter of time. At the same time, clean electricity is reaching...
Corporations Thrived In Spite of AND Because Of Higher Taxes that Lead to Massive Government Investments
By Sheldon Kimber In my previous post, I addressed how, in the past, our nation has been defined by the extraordinary investments undertaken in the face of crisis. I also talked about the misguided focus on the outcomes of taxes in the debate on the President’s jobs...
Green energy CEO warns Congress not to ‘squander’ opportunity to boost industry, Washington Examiner
“The thesis of our business is we are not just a renewables company but aim to be vertically integrated to include industries of tomorrow,” Kimber told the Washington Examiner. Kimber, 43, says a massive amount of renewable energy in the United States will remain on...
By Sheldon Kimber The debate over President Biden’s proposal for historic government investment to combat climate change is a colossal waste of time when the overwhelming facts of history are starkly laid out before us. We are so distracted by the shallow...
Sheldon Kimber Not all clean energy is created equal and not all of it will help solve climate change. It’s a hard truth that will likely land me in trouble with some in my own industry, but it needs to be said if we are serious about combating climate change. While...
There’s a backlog of renewables projects ready to go, but banks can’t easily finance them. osts for solar and wind energy are the lowest they’ve ever been in the United States, and there’s been a dramatic surge in renewable projects in development. While that’s great...
My mother taught public school for 44 years. She used to have a magnet on her fridge that said “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” I can’t help but feel the same way about the current tipping point we face in the battle against climate change.