Independent Power and Renewable Electricity Producers
Company Overview of Invenergy LLC
Invenergy LLC, an independent wind power generation company, develops, owns, and operates power generation and energy storage facilities in North America and Europe. Its portfolio includes utility-scale wind, solar, and natural gas-fueled power generation projects; and energy storage facilities that are under contract, in construction, or in operation in the United States, Canada, Poland, and Scotland. Invenergy LLC was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois with regional development offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and Europe.
One South Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Invenergy LLC
Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President and President of Operating Business Group
Senior Vice President of Administration and Chief Administrative Officer of Operating Business Group
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Senior Vice President of Operations & Asset Management and Chief Operating Officer of Operating Business Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Invenergy LLC Key Developments
Invenergy Signs 100 MW Wind Power Purchase Agreement with Equinix
Nov 16 15
Invenergy announced that it has signed a 100 MW wind power purchase agreement (PPA) with Equinix Inc. to provide the global interconnection and data center company with renewable energy to help support all of its data centers across North America. As a signatory to the American Business Act on Climate Pledge, Invenergy is dedicated not only to meeting its own sustainability goals, but to helping its corporate customers achieve their goals. Invenergy is also a founding member of Rocky Mountain Institute's Business Renewables Center, which is a collaborative platform aimed at accelerating corporate renewable energy procurement. Invenergy announced a 125 MW wind power purchase agreement (PPA) with Owens Corning to provide the insulation, roofing, and fiberglass manufacturer with renewable energy to support their ambitious corporate sustainability goals. Both of these agreements bring Invenergy's total corporate customer wind portfolio to 225 MW. The agreement with Equinix includes the sale of wind energy from the Wake Wind Energy Facility located in Texas. Invenergy will provide 100 MW of capacity resulting in approximately 457,000 MW hours of renewable energy annually generated in Texas and delivered into the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) regional electricity grid.
Invenergy Signs 125 MW Wind Power Purchase Agreement with Owens Corning
Nov 13 15
Invenergy announced that it has signed a 125 MW wind power purchase agreement (PPA) with Owens Corning to provide the insulation, roofing, and fiberglass manufacturer with renewable energy supporting their new corporate sustainability goals. Last month Owens Corning announced more ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gas and toxic air emissions as well as new renewable energy initiatives that will continue to expand the company's impact through sustainability. When complete, Invenergy's Wake Wind Energy Facility, located in Texas, will provide Owens Corning with an equivalent amount of carbon-free electricity as would be used to power more than 32,000 U.S. homes per year. The agreement will also help Owens Corning support the wind power industry, a market to which the company supplies high performance glass fiber reinforcements for wind turbine blades.
Invenergy Clean Power LLC Announces Start of Commercial Operation of Nelson Energy Center in Illinois
May 18 15
Invenergy Clean Power LLC announced the start of commercial operation of its 600 MW Nelson Energy Center, a natural gas-fired power generation plant in Lee County, Illinois. Located in the city of Rock Falls, approximately 120 miles west of Chicago, Nelson is a combined-cycle project that uses GE 7FA gas turbines and GE steam turbines. A portion of the project's output is sold long-term to WPPI Energy, a regional power company serving 51 locally-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities. The remaining power is sold into the PJM wholesale market.
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