Catalyze acquires Sol Alliance to expand national solar presence

Independent power producer Catalyze has acquired Northeast solar developer Sol Alliance and its 80 MW pipeline for solar projects.

Sol Alliance

Sol Alliance is a 15-year veteran of the solar industry, working on more than 275 MW of solar projects in the Midwest, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and Puerto Rico. Sol Alliance partners Stephen Owen and Jared Haines, along with VP Operations Matthew Effler, will join the Catalyze team.

“We have been working successfully with Sol Alliance on project development and acquisition for over a year and have experienced first hand the team’s ability to deliver projects from concept to installation with speed and certainty, while maintaining the highest quality standards said Catalyze CEO Steve. Luker. “As with the consolidation of California-based developer PermaCity earlier this year, the Sol Alliance transaction builds on our previously announced plan to expand our national presence by acquiring leading regional distributed solar development companies that have a wealth of Introducing in-depth knowledge of the local landscapes and synergies in a highly fragmented industry.”

As part of the transaction, Sol Alliance will gain access to Catalyze’s origination-to-operations software integration platform, REenergyze, and its patented rooftop solar panel mounting technology, SolarStrap, along with expertise in energy storage and integration, supply chain, dedicated project capital, tax assets partners and shared services.

“We are excited about this next chapter of growth and development with the Catalyze team and strongly believe in the power of the REenergyze platform,” said Sol Alliance partner Stephen Owen. “During our relationship, Catalyze has been a strong resource, enabling us to increase our effectiveness and efficiency. With our respective customer success strategies aligned and a shared priority for advanced technology, we are confident that we will have even greater joint successes during this pivotal time in the world’s energy transition.”

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