Wind power is currently the fastest growing form of new electricity generation in the United States, accounting for 30% of all new power generating capacity in 2007. The fast growing wind energy market is very competitive, attracting new players, providing growth opportunities, and introducing new challenges such as supply chain constraints.
Leverage our expertise and energy market relationships.
Whichever stage of development characterizes your wind development project, Baker Tilly takes a fully independent approach to help you achieve your highest return. From project feasibility and transactional due diligence for new ventures, to strategic growth planning and regulatory compliance for mature companies, our team of specialists is ready to help you achieve your goals and maximize value on your terms. With 30 years of experience in the energy and utilities industries, we can help you get the bottom line solutions you need faster, more cost effectively, and with less risk.
Remain in control with strategic solutions from a partner you can trust.
Our unique lifecycle approach to wind project development and finance keeps you in control of your project from concept to production. Built on long-standing energy market relationships and expertise, combined with a proven track record of financial transactional success, our wind energy consultants expertly guide your project.
Rethink your bottom line.
For expert answers to your biomass and waste to energy questions, contact us. Our solutions address:
- How can I make the most money on my project, while assuming the least risk?
- What are the key risks to my wind project? How can I help ensure my wind project's success?
- I have been approached by developers about my land, where do I start?
- I am already working with a developer, how do I know that they are working with my best interests in mind?
- How do I build utility relationships and negotiate bankable Power Purchase Agreements?
- Can I utilize Production Tax Credits, Renewable Energy Certificates, New Markets Tax Credits, CREBs, Carbon Credits and other sophisticated financing tools?