Greenwood Energy has released drone film footage of its 4.8 Megawatt solar project in Lisbon, NY, which occupies around 60 acres. It is expected to produce approximately 12 million kilowatt-hours during its first year of operation.  
Located in Lisbon, New York, Lisbon East and Lisbon West total 4.8 MW DC and sell net metering credits to the City of Utica under a long term Solar Power Services Agreement. The projects began operating in August 2018.
NEW YORK (Aug. 22, 2018) – Greenwood Energy (, the North American solar energy investment and development subsidiary of the Libra Group, has completed two solar project portfolio financings with ORIX Corporation USA (ORIX USA). Greenwood Energy was advised during the transaction by Marathon Capital. The U.S. renewable energy market is a multibillion-dollar sector. A […]
On Thursday, December 7th, 2017, Greenwood Energy attended the dedication of the Kenneth P. Ksionek Community Solar Farm, the Orlando Utility Commission’s (“OUC”) most recent addition to its solar generating resources. The Kenneth P. Ksionek Community Solar Farm is two solar arrays totaling 12.57 MW DC and it is named after OUC’s current General Manager […]
Greenwood Energy celebrated the opening of its newly-completed 7.0 MW DC Elizabeth Mine Solar project located in Strafford and Thetford, Vermont, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, September 22, 2017. Around 100 people attended to hear about the long term development of the project and to tour the site. Dori Wolfe, of Wolfe Energy, […]
Greenwood Energy announces the closing of a $52.8 million tax equity and debt financing on a portfolio of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects with a combined generating capacity of 26MW, bringing the total portfolio developed by Greenwood Energy in the United States to 84MW. The portfolio is made up of six projects in Florida, Vermont and […]
Greenwood Energy today announced it will finance and own a 2.9-megawatt (MW) capacity solar energy installation for Ithaca College. The array is located 40 miles from campus in Seneca, New York, but will meet 10 percent of the college’s electricity needs through virtual net metering and will be one of the largest for a higher […]
Greenwood Energy has joined the United States’ climate action effort by committing to the American Business Act on Climate Pledge. Through the pledge, Greenwood is demonstrating its support for action on climate change and a strong international agreement at the United Nations’ COP21 climate summit by promising to increase its low-carbon investments and deploy new […]
Greenwood Energy CEO Camilo Patrignani joined solar industry leaders and financial market analysts at the Solar Finance & Investment USA conference on October 28th in New York City. Camilo was featured on the U.S. companies moving to Latin America and the Caribbean panel session. Camilo joined Nick Holman, BNRG Director, to provide policy updates from […]
Greenwood Energy CEO Camilo Patrignani joined internationally recognized energy and climate leaders at the 2015 Concordia Summit on October 1st in New York City to lead the plenary session Emerging Climate Economies: A Roadmap to Global Energy Security. Camilo lead the panel featuring Felipe Calderon, former President of the United Mexican States, and Andres Gluski, President […]