BmP Lodi Project
HempAg Inc. has signed a letter of Intent to purchase the Lodi Facility and BmP will lease a portion of the facility for the development of the biomass power generation facility of 3MW with a PPA for 20 years with PG&E the Northern California Utility
BmP Colusa Project
HempAg Inc. has signed a letter of Intent to purchase the Colusa Facility and BmP will lease a portion of the facility for the development of the biomass power generation facility of 3MW with a PPA for 20 years with PG&E the Northern California Utility
BmP Dos Palos Project
HempAg Inc. has signed a letter of Intent to purchase the Dos Palos Facility and BmP will lease a portion of the facility for the development of the biomass power generation facility of 3MW with a PPA for 20 years with PG&E the Northern California Utility
BmP Founders Brings online 2.48MW PV Solar Project33kV Interconnection to the Grid
Our Energy Project will provide the needed power for the Cities planned growth. Building a 2.48MW ground mounted solar system on 15 acres of the 40 acres site.
BmP Founders Consults on Developes Oil Extraction Envelope
Located the property, Leased it and provided the support with entitlements, microgrid, permitting and project envelope management. The building is an ICF foam wall frame with 6" concrete steel reinforced walls provide a secure facility. High Flow Air Handling Equipment provides protection from potential gas leaks as sections of the facility is clasified as Division 1 Class 1 room.
Founders Built Energy Efficiency Project PV Solar, LED Lighting and Cool Roof for Church Complex
This Energy Project replaced 1280 lights, teaming up with LED lighting manufaturer Eiko. Working with our client, placing 3 new area light post and undergrounded all the electrical circuits. Placed 40 New High Bay Lights for the Gym. We also replaced the roof of the administration building with a new cool roof and venting. Additional we are built a 35kW roof mounted solar system
Founders Built 4 PV Solar Projects for Northern California Rancher
Founders Built a Photovoltaic Electricity Generating system known as the Traynham Ranch Project. Arbuckle is located in Colusa County California, directly off of Interstate 5 about 8 miles north of the I-5, I-505 interchange. The project is highly visible and is going to generate much interest. The project provides a necessary service to the ranch operations that includes farming and ranching operations. According to Colusa County’s own Climate Action Plan, the County’s Green House Gas (GHG) Emissions associated with building electricity has increased by 38% since 1990. It is imperative that BmP helps the county lower their GHG emissions moving forward through distributed electrical generation. Producing clean energy for local consumption is the future of electrical generation and the only responsible path to environmental stewardship.
San Benito Smart Park reaches Commercial Operation
A project that BmP's members consulted on three years ago has finally reached commercial operation. The project was stuck in a long line of complicated financial transactions that delayed the construction of the project significantly. San Benito Smart Park is a 2MW facility, located in Hollister California. The facility is very important to the local infrastructure. Hollister is the end of the PG&E transmission line, and as such has very volatile electric service, experiencing blackouts and harmful power surges on a fairly regular basis. BmP's members offered invaluable expertise in getting the system permitted and built. As per the members of BmP, the project site is not considered complete until it is replanted with native vegetation, to help create a better quality habitat than the annually disked field the system takes the place of.
BmP's Founders Help Build a 12MW Solar Project at Indianapolis International Airport
In a state where 84% of electrical generation comes from coal fired power plants (nrel.gov), it is massively important to introduce renewables on a large scale. The 12 MW system installed on Indianapolis International Airport property was implemented with the goal of growing Indianapolis Power and Light’s renewable energy portfolio, and setting the tone for Electrical Generation in the years to come. Not only does this Photovoltaic system offset the need for coal fired generation, it is in a spot visible to anyone flying in and out of the Indianapolis International Airport, sending a message to travelers that the State of Indiana is starting down the road to sustainability.