Martifer Solar USA will be joined by strategic partners Sol Haven Fund and the Clean Energy Collective at Booth 943.
We provide the complete spectrum of photovoltaic solutions. While active in many markets, we cater to Fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, and municipalities. Clients include The Westfield Group,The Hertz Corporation and Colorado's Jefferson County Public School district.
Martifer Solar USA is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Martifer Group, which holds nearly $2 billion and 150MW of solar assets worldwide.
Martifer Solar USA provides the bankability, quality and dedicationto service that optimize the solar client experience.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, we maintain offices in San Francisco, CA; Denver, CO; and Greenwich, CT. We are strategically positioned to execute projects nationwide. Our goal is to establish profitable photovoltaic solutions for residential, commercialandutility scale clients.
Our 360 degree PV turnkey solutions span plant development to maintenance service. Although we manufacture our own modules and racking solutions, we work with clients to determine which products are best suited for their objectives; whether they be the lowest price, best quality or best value.
The Martifer Group, our parent corporation, maintains offices in the US, Africa, and throughout Europe and has completed projects in 19 countries and 5 continents. The construction division of the group has built some of the world's most notable landmarks, including five EuroCup soccer stadiums and the recent Dublin, Ireland airport expansion.
With the backing of this powerful and well capitalized corporation, we guarantee output so that along with energy independence, you enjoy peace of mind in your solar investment.
Sol Haven Fund: Renewable Social Benefit Funds, and Xzerta Energy Group have come together to form a solar-focused safe harbor fund targeted at $200-400 million of projects. The Fund, named Sol Haven Fund, will be immediately reaching out to industry front line developers, EPC providers, integrators and installers to identify and facilitate realization of solar projects qualifying for safe harbor under the current ITC Grant program.
Clean Energy Collective: The Clean Energy Collective is a new idea in power generation that is building, operating and maintaining community-based clean energy facilities. Based in Carbondale, Colorado, the CEC is pioneering the model of delivering clean power-generation through medium-scale facilities that are collectively owned by participating utility customers. The CEC's proprietary RemoteMeter™ system automatically calculates monthly credits for members and integrates with utilities' existing billing system.