Renewable Energy from Tamarack Energy and Solar Works Alliance

Tamarack Energy of Boston and Solar Works of Montpelier have entered into a long-term alliance to jointly develop renewable energy projects. The alliance combines Tamarack Energy’s development and financing capabilities with the technical expertise of Solar Works as a project integrator to serve customers across the U.S.

Tamarack Energy, an environmental and engineering consulting company for nearly 50 years, is led by energy systems project developers, energy economists and program managers who have participated in the development of more than 500 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy. “Tamarack Energy has embraced a holistic and collaborative approach with clients, offering a portfolio of renewable energy solutions including solar, wind, biomass, combined heat and power and geothermal energy technologies,” said Tamarack Energy President Derek Amidon. “By joining forces with Solar Works,” said Amidon, “we have aligned with one of the top tier solar engineering design and installation firms in the country with over 25 years of experience.” Solar Works, a renewable energy systems integrator and developer providing solar electric (photovoltaic), solar thermal and wind power systems for clients worldwide, has installed more than 750 renewable energy systems. Ron French, CEO of Solar Works, commented, “We’re seeing unprecedented demand from our commercial, educational and institutional customers for solar electric solutions. Through our partnership with Tamarack Energy, we will be uniquely able to help our customers to assess not only their solar energy needs, but also fulfill a broader renewable energy strategy for their organization.” Over the past year, Solar Works and Tamarack Energy have been jointly working on several renewable energy projects. “While solar will be a leading component of most renewable energy deployments, it is increasingly clear that a renewable energy strategy for educational institutions or commercial enterprises cannot be built upon a single technology,” said Amidon.


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