"The portfolio consists of 14 projects located throughout Vermont that are or will be contracted with various utilities, municipalities, universities, and other businesses through 25-year offtake agreements. The portfolio consists of projects that are either in the development process or have completed development and will commence construction in the near-term. All of the projects are expected to reach completion over the next twelve months. ... With the addition of the Vermont Portfolio, Greenbacker will own approximately 597.6 MW of generating capacity (including assets that are to be constructed), comprising 177.3 MW of wind facilities, 408.3 MW of utility-scale and distributed solar facilities, and 12.0 MW of biomass facilities."
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