ClearGrid originates solar projects using proprietary algorithm-driven methods in the Northeastern U.S. We find sites for solar, shepherd them through town permit approvals and interconnection with the utility, and locate offtakers. Read the press release on our partnership with Citizens Energy. For more information about investing in our Company or partnering with us, email us.
Our projects provide landowners with consistent, reliable income for their property. Community solar means that we sell the output back to the grid and it helps people in your community reduce their power bills and use green energy. You will feel good about helping not only your own financial situation but also enabling neighbors to go solar and save money.
ClearGrid develops community solar projects. This means that we sell the output back to the grid and it helps people in your community reduce their power bills and use green energy. You will feel good about helping not only your own financial situation but also enabling neighbors to go solar and save money. We are a member of the New York University-sponsored Accelerator for a Clean and Resilient Economy.
We only work with land which has high potential and identify projects in areas where permitting is likely to be feasible.
We find qualified buyers for each community solar array in the local community.
We minimize risk for landowners, investors, and community solar buyers by ensuring that all our projects are well-capitalized and developed by highly qualified engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) partners.
Michael previously developed new power plant investments as Development and Mergers & Acquisitions Manager for New Jersey’s largest utility (PSE&G) and practiced project financing law. He began his career in 2003 as Policy Adviser for the Ontario government, leading procurement of over 200 megawatts of wind power. He holds a B.A. from Oxford University, a J.D. from University of Toronto, admission to the New York Bar, and a Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
Tory was formerly permitting head and Interim City Planner for the City of Pittsfield. He holds a B.S in Environmental Design from University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He holds the AICP designation from the American Institute of Certified Planners. Tory resides in Shelburne Falls, MA.
Dan leverages geospatial data to identify valid sites for solar energy and prioritize the best sites using a proprietary decision support model. He previously consulted for the US Environmental Protection Agency, the US Army Corps of Engineers, and The Nature Conservancy, where he developed a GIS-based tool for siting shale gas infrastructure with minimal environmental impact. He holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from Brown University where he conducted research on detecting agricultural intensification using a multispectral time series of remote sensing data.