Green States Energy, Inc., is an independent power producer (“IPP”) focused on developing, acquiring, owning, and operating clean energy generation facilities to provide environmentally friendly, reliable electric generation to local governments and utilities, as well as commercial and industrial clients. We currently own approximately 20MW of operating solar PV facilities with total annual output of more than 30 million kilowatt-hours of electricity. Our strategy is to combine best-of-breed technologies and processes into solutions that can be effectively and responsibly deployed in individual locales. GSE also provides asset management services, which include operations and maintenance as well as administration, monitoring, marketing, and billing services. GSE is a fast-growing company, having acquired approximately 20MW in 2.5 years; our project pipeline comprises over 100MW of generation capacity that includes solar PV, biomass, and cogeneration/combined heat and power (“CHP”) power plants. The Company has offices in New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, and South Carolina.

At Green States Energy, we’re focused on power plant solutions, not products.  We’re not dependent upon any specific technology.  Instead, we examine each power generation opportunity and determine the best fit from available technologies and designs.  We also aren’t limited to particular project locations.  GSE, along with our construction and development partners, has the capability to develop projects throughout the US, Europe, and beyond.  With this technological and geographic diversity, we’re able to select the right projects and match them with the right technologies, resulting in premier operational and economic performance.


  • June 30, 2014 – Green States Energy, Inc. (GSE) announced it has completed construction of its 3.6MWDC solar array in the Town of Shirley, MA. The project is comprised of approximately 12,830 photovoltaic (PV) solar panels, which were installed by S&C Electric Company, in conjunction with Green Earth Developers. | More...
  • May 25, 2014 – Green States Energy, Inc. (GSE) announced it has completed construction of its 4.2MWDC solar array in the Town of Sandwich, MA – the oldest Town on Cape Cod. | More...
  • December 30, 2012 – Green States Energy, Inc. (GSE) announced it acquired a 3.6MW solar PV generation project located in Shirley, MA. The project is located on land owned by the Shirley Water District.| More...

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