Belltown Power Texas (“Belltown”), a leading developer of utility-scale solar projects, has completed development and sale of five projects adding up to 750MW during the course of 2020, which brings the total Belltown track record to 930MW.
Belltown specializes in greenfield growth of jobs, beginning with site investigation and surfing interconnection, property, permitting, environmental, taxation and all other improvement objects to deliver these jobs to ready-to-build.
Early in the year, Belltown closed on a trade with an investment associate to get a number of three contracted jobs in 330MW from the ERCOT North Zone, such as ~250MW of busbar offtake with Rayburn Country Electric Cooperative, Inc. along with an ~80MW north-hub settled offtake with Vistra Corp.. Belltown continued to support these endeavors via COD –two facilities are already on line and the third one is anticipated to be put in service at the following two months. “We are extremely proud of the trade that illustrates the ability of our firm to bring jobs from greenfield most of the way to surgeries,” explained Lloyd Pope, President of Belltown Power Texas.
Using a 180MW job in Falls County offered in 2019 into a subsidiary of Ecoplexus, Inc., the 2020 trades bring the entire history of jobs that Belltown sold and developed to 930MW. “Belltown has come a very long way since beginning in 2017, building a solid team that has demonstrated its capacity to identify, build, and innovate atomic jobs in ERCOT; coming 1GW is a landmark that inspires us to keep on striving for excellence in our development tasks,” added Lloyd Pope.
As we begin 2021, Belltown is presently working on the selling of some other ~870MW of endeavors, all which are anticipated to close in the first half of the season.
Belltown Power Texas is still a pioneer in the North ERCOT market having a solid history of delivering quality jobs from greenfield through to ready-to-build. Belltown includes a big and expanding pipeline of further jobs and is pleased to donate to the de-carbonization of their energy matrix in ERCOT.