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RABUN GAP

Rabun Gap, GA

Location: Rabun Gap, Georgia

Fuel:  Biomass

Capacity/Technology:  17 MW Biomass plant

  • DeLaval Steam Turbine and Generator
  • Bigelow Wood Fired Boiler

Date Acquired:  March 2015

Exited

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MASS SOLAR

Massachusetts

Location: Massachusetts

Fuel:  Solar

Capacity/Technology:  Solar 21 MW of capacity

Mass Solar developed, constructed and operated a portfolio of distributed solar generation projects in Massachusetts. Mass Solar projects totaled 21 MW of capacity.

Date Acquired:  December 2011

Date Exited:  September 2015

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LAKESWIND POWER PARTNERS

Rollag, MN

Location:  On a 10,000 acre site in Rollag, MN

Fuel:  Wind

Capacity/Technology:  48 MW wind generation facility

  • 32 GE 1.5 MW XLE, 82.5 diameter, wind turbine generators

Date Acquired:  July 2013

Date Exited:  September 2015

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BEACON POWER

Tyngsboro, MA

Rockland sold its interests in Beacon Power, LLC (“Beacon”) in April 2018.

Beacon is a global leader in the development and commercialization of flywheel-based energy storage solutions for grid-scale frequency regulation services and other energy storage applications. Beacon’s advanced flywheel technology stores and recycles energy on a highly efficient, emissions-free basis to provide more effective frequency regulation and energy balancing services for the electric grid.

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HAZEL SPINDLE

Hazel Township, PA

Location:  Hazel Township, Pennsylvania

Fuel: Energy Storage

Capacity/Technology:  20 MW flywheel energy storage plant

Date Acquired:  March 2012

Date Exited:  April 2018

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STEPHENTOWN SPINDLE

Stephentown, NY

Location:  Stephentown, NJ

Fuel:  Energy Storage

Capacity/Technology:  20 MW flywheel energy storage plant

Date Acquired:  March 2012

Date Exited:  April 2018

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TRADEWINDS FOREST PRODUCTS

Hawaii

Rockland liquidated its interest in Tradewinds Forest Products (“Tradewinds”) in 2011.

Tradewinds is a biomass supply and cogeneration development project located on the Big Island of Hawaii. The company was formed to serve Hawaii’s aggressive renewable portfolio mandates and the state’s nascent forestry products industry. Tradewinds controls roughly 19,000 acres of timber on the island and owns a 31 acre industrial site on the Hamakua coast.

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