American Renewables

American Renewables develops, builds and operates clean energy facilities that utilize waste wood materials as fuel. These power facilities are not only environmentally friendly, but also are cost-effective and reliable and bring a new source of electricity to U.S. communities, eliminating dependence on imported fossil fuels.

Our principals have a long and successful history of developing and operating energy facilities. They have developed, owned and/or operated biomass, hydroelectric and natural gas powered facilities, as well as oil and gas exploration projects. We are proud to have a management team and advisors who are leaders in the energy and finance industries.

Currently, American Renewables is developing a 100 MW net biomass energy facility in Gainesville, FL called the Gainesville Renewable Energy Center (GREC). The GREC project has a 30 year power purchase agreement with Gainesville Regional Utilities to buy all of the electricity and associated attributes from the facility. It is anticipated that construction on the project will begin in early 2011 with commercial operations commencing in late 2013. In addition to the Gainesville Renewable Energy Center, American Renewables developed, and sold to Southern Power, the nearly identical Nacogdoches Power project in Sacul, TX. This facility began construction in November 2009 and is scheduled to begin operation in late 2012. American Renewables is also developing the Hamilton County Renewable Energy Center in Hamilton County, FL, as well as other biomass projects in the Southeast

75 Arlington Street
Fifth Floor
Boston, MA 02116

Phone: 617-482-6150


Conceptual Rendering of the Gainesville Renewable Energy Center

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