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Syncarpha Capital is a New York based private equity firm dedicated to developing, owning and operating commercial and utility scale photovoltaic (PV) solar energy systems throughout the United States and Canada. Co-founded by Cliff Chapman and Richard Turnure, the firm was launched to capitalize on the tremendous opportunities in the alternative energy sector and to create a vehicle for investing in assets with long duration, excellent credit quality and high risk adjusted returns.

Projects Under Construction

Hancock Solar – Massachusetts, 7.0 MW, Ground Mount, Community Solar

Syncarpha’s Hancock Solar project is comprised of three large systems totaling 7.0 MW. Located in the Town of Hancock and the City of Pittsfield, these three systems will be Syncarpha’s second, third, and fourth Community Shared Solar facilities. These solar sites will not only enable residential customers to benefit from long-term savings on their utility bills but also to support the development of local renewable energy without requiring an out-of-pocket investment by customers or installing panels on their homes. As presently designed, Hancock Solar is estimated to produce 8,500,000 kWh in its first year of operation and will provide savings to approximately 450 residential customers of Eversource in the Western Massachusetts Electric service territory.

 

Billerica – Massachusetts, 6.0 MW, Superfund Site, Ballasted and Ground Mount

Syncarpha’s 6,000 kW solar facility in Billerica, Massachusetts repurposes contaminated land, classified by the EPA as a superfund site, for renewable energy production with a ballasted and ground mount design. This solar facility will provide six local public entities in northeastern Massachusetts with long term savings on their electricity bills and is projected to produce 7,500,000 kWh in its first year of production.

 

Lexington – Massachusetts, 2.3 MW, Brownfield Site, Ballasted and Canopy

Syncarpha's 2.3 MW solar system in Lexington, MA helps re-purpose contaminated land that was otherwise unused. Half of the system is ballasted atop contaminated land while the other half is a large canopy system above the town's composting facility. The facility will provide the town of Lexington with credits on their electricity bills and is estimated to produce 2,770,000 kWh in its first year of production. 

 

Bennington Portfolio– Vermont, 2.9 MW, Ground Mount

Syncarpha's 2.9 MW Vermont portfolio consists of four 730 kW solar projects. Two of the projects are in Bennington, VT and the other two are in Orange, VT. These projects are under construction and are expected to be operational in Q3 of 2017. All four projects combined are expected to produce over 3,700,000 kWh in their first year of production.