Independent Power and Renewable Electricity Producers
Company Overview of Soltage, Inc.
Soltage, Inc., a renewable energy company, develops and operates solar energy stations in the United States. It also monitors and maintains power stations. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey.
66 York Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Founded in 2005
Key Executives for Soltage, Inc.
Vice President of Finance
Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Senior Vice President of Marketing & Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Soltage, Inc. Key Developments
Soltage, LLC Appoints Steven M. Scopellite as Board of Director
Mar 4 14
Soltage, LLC announced that Wall Street technology veteran Steven M. Scopellite will join the firm's board of directors. Mr. Scopellite joins Soltage board members CEO Jesse Grossman, COO Vanessa Stewart, Tenaska Vice President and Treasurer Dave Kirkwood and Tenaska Senior Vice President of Engineering and Construction Nick Borman. Including most recently being named to the Institutional Investor 2013 Tech 50 list.
Soltage, LLC and NewWorld Environmental Infrastructure, L.P. Increase Solar Portfolio with Additional 3.5 Megawatt Project
Dec 5 13
Soltage, LLC announced that it has completed a portfolio upsizing with an additional investment by NewWorld Environmental Infrastructure, L.P. The new project, a 3.5-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic power station to be constructed in Oxford, Mass., is the seventh project in a previously announced partnership between NewWorld and Soltage to develop and operate a portfolio that now totals more than 15 MW of solar power assets. The Oxford solar power station is expected to generate more than 4 million kilowatt-hours of electricity annually for a consortium of four municipalities located in Central Massachusetts. Power will be purchased under agreement for at least 20 years.
Soltage Launches 1.2 Megawatt Palmer, Mass. Solar Power Station
Nov 25 13
Soltage LLC announced the official commissioning of the 1.2-megawatt (MW) solar power station located in Palmer, Mass. The Palmer power station is the first commissioned asset of a previously announced $30 million investment partnership formed with NewWorld Environmental Infrastructure, L.P. to build and operate a portfolio of 11.6 MW of solar power generation assets in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Electricity will be produced by more than 4,000 solar panels, which is enough to power the equivalent of 1,000 homes -- all while creating zero emissions.
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