CYPRESS CREEK RENEWABLES

LEADERS IN LOCAL SOLAR

Solar power is one of the cleanest, most affordable pathways to energy security. But to make solar a viable energy solution for the greatest number of people, it must be locally generated and easily deployed. At Cypress Creek Renewables, we find that the best way to accomplish this is through the responsible cultivation of small utility-scale, ground-mounted solar farms.
Local solar for everyone

LOCAL GENERATION

Locally based solar farms that generate 2-25 megawatts of power are an alternative to large-scale solar projects, which require huge parcels of land, can tax the environment and are impractical for most communities. Our small-scale solar development model allows us to build solar farms in underserved areas, thus ensuring clean energy is a viable option for the greatest number of people.

LOCAL INTERCONNECTION

Smaller scale solar farms put clean energy directly into the grid through partnerships with local utilities. Whenever possible, we locate our solar farms close to existing utility substations and within already disturbed areas.

LOCAL DEPLOYMENT

By working with local utilities, clean solar energy can be easily deployed, with no effort or added expense to the end user, and this energy can be used to power homes and businesses in the communities in which it is generated.

LOCAL STEWARDSHIP

Cypress Creek Renewables strives to make a positive contribution to the communities in which we locate our solar farms. This means local job sourcing and administration, mutually beneficial lease agreements with landowners, and an open approach to community input regarding buffer zone aesthetics and neighboring space.

Testimonials

"The Cypress Creek Renewables team is the best in the business. They get projects done on time and on budget. They’re the experts in this space. Plain and simple."

Millikan Farm

"The experience we’ve had working with Calhoun County is another example of how the state of South Carolina wants more clean energy and all of the benefits it provides. Projects like these don’t happen without the support of the local government and strong partnerships with organizations like Cypress Creek and the rest of our development team."

Sustainable Energy Solutions, LLC Owner and Director of Business Development Paul Fleury

"New energy technologies continue to emerge and the Central South Carolina region is at the forefront of this movement. Cypress Creek Renewables partners with local utilities to develop long-term sustainable energy. They have a proven track record across the United States and we welcome them to Lexington County."

Central SC Alliance Chairman Mike Brenan

THE PROOF IS IN THE PROJECTS

We work closely with landowners and community members to build solar farms that are a benefit to the communities in which they are located.

  • ANDREW – 7 MWDC
    New Bern, NC
  • ANGEL – 7 MWDC
    Newton, NC
  • APPLE ONE – 7 MWDC
    Newton, NC
  • BARNHILL ROAD – 4.1 MWCD
    Elizabeth, NC
  • BATTLEBORO – 6.8 MWDC
    Battleboro, NC
  • BG STEWART – 6.8 MWDC
    Marshville, NC
  • BIZZELL CHURCH – 6.9
    Selma, NC
  • BLADENBORO – 7 MWDC
    Bladenboro, NC
  • BLUE LAKE – 3.9 MWDC
    Shakopee, MN
  • BLUEBERRY ONE – 6.8
    Wayne County
  • BOSEMAN – 6.4 MWDC
    Rocky Mount, NC
  • CB BLADEN – 7 MWDC
    Elizabethtown, NC
  • CHEI – 6.7 MWDC
    Middlesex, NC
  • COATS – 7 MWDC
    Coats, NC
  • CREECH SOLAR 2 – 6.9MWDC
    Garner, NC
  • CURRIN – 6.5 MWDC
    Oxford, NC
  • EMPIRE – 7 MWDC
    Farmington, MN
  • ELLIANA – 7.1 MWDC
    Burlington, NC
  • FLEMMING – 6.4 MWDC
    Greenville, NC
  • FLINT HILL – 7 MWDC
    Carthage, NC
  • GAINEY – 2.8 MWDC
    Clarkton, NC
  • GERMANTOWN – 2.1
    Rural Hall, NC
  • GREEN FARM – 7 MWDC
    Robersonville, NC
  • GROVE SOLAR CENTER – 7.8 MWDC
    Vale, OR
  • HAPPY – 5.3 MWDC
    Benson, NC
  • HARDISON FARM – 7.1 MWDC
    Williamstown, NC
  • HYLINE SOLAR CENTER – 11.7 MWDC
    Ontario, OR
  • HIGHWATER – 7 MWDC
    Stoney Creek, NC
  • ID Solar 1 – 55.4 MWDC
    Kuna, ID
  • INNOVATIVE – 4.8 MWDC
    Leicester, NC
  • INNOVATIVE SOLAR 46 – 100 MWDC
    Hope Mills, NC
  • JACOB – 7 MWDC
    Reidsville, NC
  • KENANSVILLE – 2.6 MWDC
    Kenansville, NC
  • KENNETH – 3.7 MWDC
    Warrenton, NC
  • KIRKWALL – 7 MWDC
    Warsaw, NC
  • LEGGETT – 2.8 MWDC
    Tarboro, NC
  • LUX– 2.8 MWDC
    Kings Mountain, NC
  • MAXTON – 7.1 MWDC
    Maxton, NC
  • MCDONALD – 7 MWDC
    West Terre Haute, IN
  • MILLIKAN – 7 MWDC
    Randleman, NC
  • MODLIN – 7 MWDC
    Williamston, NC
  • MURDOCK – 5.4 MWDC
    Clayton, NC
  • NASH 97 – 7 MWDC
    Middlesex, NC
  • NEFF – 13.9 MWDC
    Bend, OR
  • OLD PAGELAND MONROE ROAD – 7.1 MWDC
    Monroe, NC
  • OPEN RANGE SOLAR CENTER – 13.1 MWDC
    Nyssa, OR
  • PASTIME – 7.1 MWDC
    Brazil, IN
  • PERKINS – 2.8 MWDC
    Roxboro, NC
  • RAILROAD – 5.8 MWDC
    Vale, OR
  • RAMS HORN – 6.4 MWDC
    Greenville, NC
  • ROXBORO – 6.5 MWDC
    Oxford, NC
  • SALUDA – 9.9 MWDC
    Saluda, SC
  • SIMONS – 7 MWDC
    Ahoskie, NC
  • SNOW CAMP – 8.2 MWDC
    Snow Camp, NC
  • SOLAR GLYNN – 22.9 MWDC
    Brunswick, NC
  • SONNE ONE – 7 MWDC
    Goldsboro, NC
  • SOUTH WINSTON – 7
    Winston-Salem, NC
  • STAINBACK SOLAR – 7 MWDC
    Henderson, NC
  • SULLIVAN – 7 MWDC
    Shelburn, IN
  • SUNFISH – 7 MWDC
    Willow Spring, NC
  • THUNDEREGG – 13.1 MWDC
    Nyssa, OR
  • TRACY – 14 MWDC
    Bailey, NC
  • UPCHURCH – 6.5 MWDC
    Elm City, NC
  • VALE AIR – 13.1 MWDC
    Vale, OR
  • VANCE – 6.8 MWDC
    Kittrell, NC
  • WHITE CROSS – 2.8 MWDC
    Chapel Hill, NC
  • WHITE FARM – 7.1 MWDC
    Woodland, NC
  • WORTHAM – 6.3 MWDC
    Henderson, NC
  • ZV SOLAR 1 – 7 MWDC
    Red Springs, NC

WE THINK LOCALLY AND ACT LOCALLY

Cypress Creek Renewables makes clean, affordable solar power available to communities nationwide. We do this by creating programs that work within each state's existing regulatory model.

In states like Texas this means we partner with local utilities to sell 100% renewable energy plans directly to the consumer. In states like North Carolina it means we sell energy to the utility through avoided-cost power purchase agreements (PPA’s), which the utility then sells to its customers.

While the local programs may change, what remains constant is our commitment to making renewable energy available to the greatest number of people.

TEXAS IS GOING SOLAR AND WE’RE HELPING TO MAKE IT HAPPEN!

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