June 10, 2021

Energy Power Partners Acquires 90-Megawatt Renewable Energy Portfolio

ALLENTOWN, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Energy Power Partners (EPP), a renewable energy-focused private market firm, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of LES Project Holdings, LLC (LESPH) from affiliates of Aria Energy. LESPH consists of a portfolio of 16 operating landfill gas-to-energy projects in Michigan, New Jersey, Florida, California, Utah, North Carolina and Virginia, with a total of 90 megawatts of nameplate generating capacity. The projects sell renewable electricity to investment grade utilities under long-term contracts. The operating team managing the LESPH assets has transitioned to EPP’s operating affiliate, EPP Service Company, LLC, as part of the transaction.
May 24, 2021

The Authority’s Energy Hub: Reducing the Carbon Footprint of the County and Beyond

EPP developed, owns and operates a microgrid facility that supports The Authority’s (formerly the Cumberland County Improvement Authority) economic and sustainability objectives through a combination of renewable energy, cogeneration, landfill leachate evaporation, and electrical infrastructure assets.
September 15, 2020

Crayola Celebrates Continued Commitment to the Environment

EPP expanded its longstanding partnership with Crayola to power the company’s manufacturing operations with 100% renewable energy.
September 1, 2020

Baltimore County, EPP partner on landfill gas-to-energy project

EPP acquired and redeveloped the Eastern landfill gas-to-energy project, formed a public-private partnership with Baltimore County, and now provides the County with a reliable renewable energy supply fueled by the landfill’s captured methane.
July 17, 2017

Solar panels transform Pennsauken Landfill

EPP and Camden County partnered for a fourth time to turn otherwise unusable land into a renewable energy generation resource, adding a solar project to the capped portion of the Pennsauken Sanitary Landfill.