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      Our Story . . .

      Then . . . .

      In response to the energy crises of the late 1970s and early 1980s, Gordon Deane was tasked by New England state governments to find alternative, home-grown sources of energy. While assisting communities with biomass projects, Gordon realized that a need existed for private financing of renewable energy sources. Teaming up with Douglas Kinney, Gordon financed a number of landfill gas-to-energy projects, including the first commercial project in the United States, in Brattleboro, Vermont.

      Realizing that development expertise was severely lacking in the nascent industry, Gordon himself began to develop projects. After successfully bringing on-line a number of projects in the mid-to-late 1990s, Gordon, Doug and their landfill gas partners, namely Tom Linden, Don Dargie and Don Logan, commenced an acquisition program with GE Capital to monetize landfill gas tax credits. That program later morphed into waste coal reclamation projects in the early 2000s with a number of other Fortune 500 investors being served by Palmer.

      Palmer Capital Lindsay, Bob, Scott, Sumul

      And Now . . . .

      Today Palmer’s focus is primarily on solar and wind development, but the lessons of prior decades provide a solid foundation for Palmer’s pipeline of projects. Whether dealing with complicated interconnection requirements or evolving state incentives, Palmer is well-equipped to handle the obstacles of project development.

      Year after year landowners and project partners continue to place their trust in Palmer with over 550 megawatts of solar, wind and storage projects currently in development.

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      Transaction List

      Solar Energy

      Wind Development

      Storage Projects

      Bio Mass

      Landfill Gas

      Waste Coal