IPPsolar is a independent solar power company that develops, finances, builds, owns and operates solar power plants to supply energy to electric vehicles, commercial and industrial customers.
Since inception in 2008, IPPsolar has completed dozens of solar projects, representing multiple megawatts of installed systems.
IPPsolar has been developing both net-metered projects (on-site generation to offset site load) and wholesale projects (solar farms) selling power to the grid on a merchant basis.
IPPsolar is headquartered in New York and is 100% owned by its founding members and employees.
OUR CORE EXPERTISE
-Solar project finance, structuring and development (distributed generation and wholesale)
-System design, engineering, procurement and construction
-Parallel management (logistics and installation) of multiple commercial projects
-Structuring and management of tax-optimized solar investments (3+ year track record)
-Proprietary efficiency and monitoring software platform
-Installation and operation of DC FastCharge station network for electric vehicles
IPPsolar’ s long term mission is to bring affordable solar electricity to businesses, governments and individuals. IPPsolar intends to achieve its mission by abiding by a set of values: integrity, teamwork, cultural diversity, relationships, innovation. (See our Corporate Values)
Products / Services
Solar powered fastcharge stations for electric vehicles (see details in documents attached)
IPPsolar (Sponsor) is seeking to raise capital for an investment vehicle (Charge Co.) dedicated to the development, financing, ownership and maintenance of a first series of 26x DC Fastcharge Level 3 stations (DCFC) for electric vehicles (EVs), powered by solar PV power systems (PV Systems).
These stations will recharge 80% of the battery capacity within 15-20 minutes for all DCFC equipped cars in the market such as Tesla S, BMW i3, Nissan Leaf, Kia Soul EV, Chevy Spark, Mitsubishi iMiEV, VW eGolf, etc. (CHAdeMO and SAE standards).
The stations will be located at shopping centers in the New York Metropolitan area, predominantly in Westchester County, Southern CT, Long Island and Central NJ. The selected shopping centers are generally positioned near large arteries like I-95 or the parkways.