PÚBLICO AVISO De acuerdo con la Orden Administrativa del Departamento de Protección Ambiental de Nueva Jersey 2021-25, el Ocean Energy Holdings, LLC (“OEH”) sostendrá un público audiencia por la objetivo de recepción oral y/o escrito comentarios en su Título V Solicitud y Modificación de Permiso Aéreo, número de permiso vigente BOP170001 . La audiencia se llevará a cabo a través de asistencia virtual/Teams/Zoom el 28/7/2022, de 6:00 p. m. EST a 8:00 p. m. Las instrucciones sobre cómo registrarse y unirse a la reunión están disponibles en: https://www.energypowerpartners.com/press/ o por correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org OEH voluntad además recibir y considerar […]
PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Administrative Order 2021-25, the Ocean Energy Holdings, LLC (“OEH”) will hold a public hearing for the purpose of receiving oral and/or written comments on its Title V Air Permit Application and Modification, current permit number BOP170001. The hearing will be held via virtual attendance/Teams/Zoom on 7/28/2022, from 6:00 PM EST to 8:00 PM. Instructions on how to register for and join the meeting are available at:https://www.energypowerpartners.com/press/ or by email inquiry to email@example.com OEH will also receive and consider written comments for 60 days. The written comment period will start […]
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.
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.
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.
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.