BioStar's Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve (SMER) Solar Generation Site in Temecula, California.
BioStar develops, finances, owns, and operates solar plants across the country. In conjunction with our EPC partner, E Light Electric, we have built 2.5+ Gigawatts of solar since 2009. BioStar’s development and asset management expertise, combined with E Light’s EPC and bonding capabilities make for an integrated and streamlined development process.
WHO IT'S FOR
Commercial & Industrial Businesses
Municipalities & Schools
Low & Moderate Income Housing Developers
Renewable Natural Gas Developers
PATHS TO OWNERSHIP
BioStar employs a variety of financial products to ensure capital is not a constraint:
There is ever-growing availability of incentives to reduce the cost of your project. BioStar’s policy experts monitor legislation at the Federal, State and Utility levels to ensure your project achieves maximum value.
- Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit – 26%
- State Renewable Energy Credits
- Utility Rebates
- FERC Rulings
- Solar Grants
BioStar specializes in tracking and monetizing SREC policy across the USA.
ACHIEVE YOUR ESG GOALS
Solar is the lowest cost form of net-new energy generation. Our team can help you set and smash your sustainability goals!
- 90% of S&P 500 Companies publish sustainability reports
- Offset energy usage from “brown” power like coal
- Retire “SRECs” or State Renewable Energy Credits that reduce your carbon footprint
- SREC Trading available for sites where on-site renewables isn’t feasible
HAWAII & NEW JERSEY SCHOOL FUND | SOLAR PV PORTFOLIO
Hawaii & New Jersey
BioStar led the acquisition and turnaround of a distressed solar portfolio serving public schools across Hawaii and New Jersey. The BioStar Asset Management Team took over the 35-site portfolio in 2018 and began improvements on a slew of issues including inverter replacements, panel upgrades and upgrading a malfunctioning tracker system that was causing shortages in production. BioStar successfully exited the portfolio and asset management duties as a part of a mutually beneficial buyout from a capital partner.