The Greenzu PPA Advantage
Greenzu bridges the gap between businesses who want solar and investors looking to back renewable energy projects. By addressing the problems inherent in the current PPA landscape, Greenzu is pioneering a new way to fund solar installation. We offer lower risk, smaller projects, which appeals to both investors and facilities.
Plug & Play Solar Design
Greenzu’s secret starts by reinventing solar design. Unlike the rest of the market, we do not custom design solar for each project. The Greenzu solar system is:
One Size Fits All: Greenzu PPA systems come in modular sizes, eliminating custom designs.
Pre-Configured: Our systems meet California building code specifications in multiple jurisdictions, decreasing paperwork and time.
Plug and Play: Greenzu solar systems require minimal roof penetrations, which decreases installation costs.
Redeployable: If the host customer defaults on payment, the system can be quickly removed and redeployed elsewhere.
Insurance: It is wise to carry separate property insurance for your micro-utility, just in case the building let’s theirs lapse.
Streamlined Ownership Process
Greenzu also lowers project investment costs by streamlining the PPA transaction process. Our approach centers around the new solar design and uses:
Standardized deal documents
Expedited permitting through the standardized installs
Greenzu’s approach allows facilities of all sizes to afford solar while opening the clean tech boom to traditional low-risk investors.
Proven Management Team
Greenzu is focused on tearing down the transactional barriers that prevent small commercial buildings from having access to PPA financing. In forming solar PPA projects, Greenzu brings together building owners, solar integrators, and project investors. To make this happen, our team includes:
Brandon Conard, Founder/CEO: Brandon began his career as a lawyer for Weil, Gotshal, and Manges. In 2008, he started BlueMap to provide energy auditing and sustainability consulting services.
Amanda Holland, Founder/C.O.O.: Amanda began her career as an investment banking analyst with UBS, specializing in oil and gas investments. Prior to starting Greenzu, she did private wealth management.
Tom McCalmont, Chief Engineering Adviser: Tom and Darlene McCalmont sold their successful and widely respected solar installation company in 2008. Tom is also the cofounder of SolarTech and a business adviser to SolarNexus, both committed to lowering the costs associated with solar power.
Let Greenzu Help You Start a Micro-Utility
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