sPower™ Announces Acquisition from Tioga Energy

published: 2013-07-08 21:00 | editor: | category: News

Sustainable Power Group (“sPower”) has acquired the assets of Tioga Energy, Inc. Tioga Energy had always carried the banner for standardization and efficiency in the distributed generation market and constructed and operated facilities across 7 states since 2007. The operational facilities are installed on schools, municipal buildings, and commercial and industrial facilities utilizing adjacent land, parking lots and rooftops.

sPower’s acquisition of Tioga’s assets comes on the heels of an aggressive acquisition and expansion plan it has been executing since its inception and demonstrates its commitment to become a leading independent power producer focused on sustainable forms of energy. sPower now operates photovoltaic solar arrays in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Utah. In addition to the operating assets, sPower has acquired all intellectual property owned by Tioga Energy including its model SurePath® Solar Power Purchase Agreement, which has become a widely adopted industry model form.

Tioga Energy had been a leader in the distributed solar market since its inception. Tioga’s projects were financed by HSH Nordbank, PNC Bank, De Lage Landen and Wells Fargo, who all supported the transaction. sPower is stepping into the shoes of Tioga for the existing projects and will continue to service the project financing obligations and operate the projects in partnership with the banks.

“The purchase of the Tioga assets demonstrates sPower’s commitment to the long-term success of the solar industry and to sPower’s continued growth,” said Ryan Creamer, CEO of sPower. “Distributed solar is a key component in the overall solution to our nation’s energy future. This acquisition increases our overall breadth and ability to deliver the highest quality distributed generation projects and we are excited for the new relationships and partners we have developed throughout this process.”

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