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Customized lending solutions for clean energy development projects.
AVANA Capital provides project developers and their tax equity partners with lending solutions rooted in a deep understanding of the industry and market needs. Our renewable energy lending products include pre-development, development, equipment, construction and mini-perm financing, as well as distressed debt acquisition.
With extensive experience providing financing for construction, equipment and development of clean energy projects, AVANA Capital offers solutions to address challenges at any stage of the process. Our loans are specifically tailored to the needs of each project.
AVANA Capital’s lending experience in the clean energy market enables renewable energy finance solutions that are flexible, efficient, collaborative and results-oriented. Our team supports your business model in a dynamic environment thorough industry expertise, and the flexibility to navigate any potential complications.
AVANA Capital is focused on both stimulating the U.S. economy through job creation as well as developing clean energy sources across the country. Through projects like these, AVANA Capital promotes and supports the use of renewable energy solutions, expanding the impact of clean energy in the lives of American citizens.
SolRiver planned to develop a solar farm to provide Portland General Electric Company with electric power for their customers in Oregon, and needed a financing partner through which they could secure funding to both purchase the land and build the project.
Generate Capital required an experienced financing partner in a very specialized field. Currently, not many lenders understand the complexities related to financing energy efficiency projects and, thus, finding a qualified financing partner, like AVANA Capital, was critical to the success of the project.
This project was important to Keystone, as well as the City of Freeport, Illinois. The municipality planned to use this project to power its wastewater treatment plant, lowering the overall electricity costs for the city.