CC&L Infrastructure, in partnership with CarbonFree Technology, has acquired and constructed a leading institutional-scale solar portfolio in Chile, representing 36 ground mount projects capable of generating more than 200 MW of clean energy – enough power to meet the needs of more than 36,000 homes each year.

Capitalizing on our scale and experience in the Chilean solar market, CC&L Infrastructure, in partnership with CarbonFree Technology secured a second portfolio of ground mount assets in August 2021. This portfolio includes the right to invest in approximately 80 MW of construction-stage solar projects, which upon completion would be capable of generating enough power to meet the needs of more than 14,000 homes each year.

In 2013, CC&L Infrastructure partnered with Samsung Renewable Energy Inc. and Six Nations of the Grand River to construct the 100-megawatt Grand Renewable Solar Project (GRS). At the time, GRS represented the largest solar project of its kind in Canada and one of the largest in North America.

In 2014, CC&L Infrastructure and its partner, Samsung Renewable Energy Inc., began construction on their second large, utility-scale clean energy project. Together, we built a 100-megawatt of solar facility located in Kingston, Ontario. 

In 2014, CC&L Infrastructure partnered with the Rainy River First Nations to construct three solar facilitates in northwestern Ontario (approximately 65 km west of Fort Frances) with a combined production capacity of 25-megawatts – or enough clean energy to meet the needs of over 3,900 households.

This 200-megawatt solar facility located in Randolph County, Indiana represents the largest array by capacity in the state and generates enough clean energy to meet the needs of approximately 36,000 homes each year.

In 2015, CC&L Infrastructure invested in the construction of the Southgate Solar Project, a 50-megawatt solar facility located in western Ontario that produces enough clean energy to meet the needs of approximately 8,400 homes in the province each year.

In 2015, CC&L Infrastructure invested in the construction of the Windsor Solar Project, a 50-megawatt solar facility located in Windsor, Ontario that produces enough clean energy to meet the needs of approximately 9,200 homes in the province each year. Summary: The project achieved commercial operation in 2016 following a twelve month construction period, which employed hundreds of workers from across Ontario in all aspects of the project – from manufacturing and assembly of solar panels and inverters, to site construction, installation and project operations.