There is no single path to achieve progressive decarbonization and broad sustainability. We've chosen to focus on successfully building a large number of individual projects that serve communities with proven sustainable technologies."
Capabilities that get projects and companies built.
Triple Bottom Line
Environmental, Social and Governance, or ESG, criteria have been significantly influencing the way society invests. As sustainable infrastructure investors, GoldenSet’s mandate inherently meets all three ESG criteria, and we clearly identify how during our investment review. We feel it is our responsibility to structure transactions that create jobs in the near-term, environmental benefits in the long-term and attractive risk adjusted returns for our development partners and investors.
GoldenSet Capital Partners has been a signatory of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) since 2016.
History of GoldenSet Capital Partners
GoldenSet’s leadership has been active in sustainable infrastructure since 2005 and more broadly in energy and infrastructure since 1979. During this time, GoldenSet has gained a sound reputation as a sustainable infrastructure investor specialist focused on deploying equity and structured capital into projects and companies in the United States and Canada. GoldenSet was a first mover in distributed energy project finance and asset aggregation investment strategies, across C&I solar, wind repowering and energy storage.
BC Organics (BCO) is an anaerobic digestion facility located in Brown County, Wisconsin. The facility processes dairy manure into renewable natural gas (RNG), a concentrated nutrient system, dried fiber, and clean water. Once fully operational, BCO will be one of the largest dairy manure to RNG projects in the United States, generating approximately 595,000 MMBtu per year, and is expected to process more than 360 million gallons of manure per year. The facility will serve multiple local dairy producers and is expected to remove 650,000 MMBtu of methane from the environment every year.
Six Flags is a 23,500 kW DC ground-mount and carport solar project in Jackson, New Jersey. The system was installed on a privately-owned land and is the largest behind-the-meter solar project in New Jersey. The system sells power under a long-term PPA agreement with Six Flags Great Adventure Theme Park. The project generates and sells renewable energy certificates under New Jersey's SREC program and went into commercial operation in June 2019.
Green Cyclone is a 30,000 kW DC wind project in Ames County, Iowa. The system was installed on a privately-owned land and sells power under a long-term PPA with Alliant Energy. The project went into commercial operation in March 2017.
Mansfield is a 4,200 kW DC rooftop solar project in Norton, Massachusetts. The system was installed on a privately-owned building and sells power under a long-term SMART agreement with EverSource Energy. The project went into commercial operation in September 2020.