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143 South Glendale Ave

Suite 200

Glendale, CA 91205 - USA

About Us

 

We are Washington Capital Global Finance, a private equity fund that has been investing in renewable, sustainable and alternative energy projects since 2010.

With over 38 years of lending and financing experience, we are able to secure debt and equity financing for a variety of energy projects. 


With experience in developing an excess of 500Mw, we are experts in arranging financing for green-field, brown-field, and ready-to-build energy projects including:


  • Solar Energy Farms
  • Wind Farms
  • Hydroelectric Power Plants

  • Geothermal Power Plants

  • Hydrocarbon Solutions

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OUR MISSION

 

Responsibility


At Washington Capital Global Finance, our mission is to support the control of carbon emissions, control the effects of global warming, and stem climate change.

 

We’re a socially responsible organization providing financing for sustainable, alternative, renewable energy, creating a greener, cleaner tomorrow, while stimulating job creation in this economic environment.

INTERNATIONAL SOLUTION PROVIDER

 

Let's work with you


Our goal is to structure successful funding, and potentially collaborate with you in the development of your energy project. Our success is achieved by our unique approach. We can achieve:

 

  • In-depth analysis of your project needs 
  • Issue discovery, mitigation and resolution
  • Determination of structured financing
  • Maximizing and leveraging with minimum equity requirement due to funding source relationships and expertise.
  • Provide, if necessary, all or part of the equity required in the form of mezzanine financing, bridge financing, or another long-term equity solution

NEWS

Inauguration of Washington Capital Solar Parks II and III 

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

On August 12th, 2022, President of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader participated in the first phase for the construction of the Washington Capital Solar Parks 2 and 3 Photovoltaic Parks. The projects are quoted at 67mW and 73mW respectively, and are each expected generate around 110 million kWh of clean power per year.

NEWS

67Mw Washington Capital Solar Park

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

With over 200,000-panels, this photovoltaic (PV) plant went into operation November 29th, 2019. Minutes from the capital, solar park is generating around 110 million kWh of clean power per year,  including a 15-km, 69-kV transmission line, and costs about $70 million to build.

NEWS

67Mw Washington Capital Solar Park II

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

A new photovoltaic (PV) project recieved its final concession in April of 2022. Construction for this 67Mw power plant is expected to break ground in August 2022. Minutes from the capital, solar park is expected to generate around 110 million kWh of clean power per year,  connected with a 22-km, 138-kV transmission line. The project's investment cost is about $60 million.

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73Mw Washington Capital Solar Park III

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

The final concession resolution of a new photovoltaic (PV) project has been approved, and expected to be signed before June 30th, 2022. Construction for this 73Mw power plant is expected to break ground in August 2022. Minutes from the capital, solar park is expected to generate around 110 million kWh of clean power per year,  connected with a 22-km, 138-kV transmission line. This will cost about $65 million to build.

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71Mw Washington Capital Solar Park IV

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Washington Capital is currently in its entitlement process for a new 71MW solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant. Concessions are expected to be completed by March 2023. Construction is expected by July 2023. Minutes from the capital, solar park is expected to generate around 115 million kWh of clean power per year,  connected with a 22-km, 138-kV transmission line. Investment cost is about $65 million USD.

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71Mw Washington Capital Solar Park V

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Washington Capital is currently in its entitlement process for a new 71MW solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant. Concessions are expected to be completed by March 2023. Construction is expected by July 2023. Minutes from the capital, solar park is expected to generate around 115 million kWh of clean power per year,  connected with a 22-km, 138-kV transmission line. Investment cost is about $65 million USD.

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Expanding Global Presence 

North America, Caribbean, South America, and Europe

Washington Capital is active on multiple continents, with several projects complete, and more in the pipeline.

United States of America

  • Seeking innovative opportunies in Southern California.

Armenia

  • Pursuing 100MW Hydroelectric project in Meghri on Arax River.
    30MW Geothermal greenfield near Karkar.
    Negotiating acquisition of concessions for multiple sub-5Mw solar photovoltaic concessions.

Ecuador

  • Pursuing several solar projects. In direction negotiations, and also participating in public tenders.

Colombia

  • Several hydro electric power plant with private/ public partnership with municipalities association in Colombia around Medellin region and small commercial private PPA for 2-5Mw.

Costa Rica

  • Puerto Azul, wind project in Costa Rica with 2 x 20MW capacity under development.

Spain

  • In entitlement process to build and finance several sub-10Mw solar energy projects in northern Spain with total capacity of 100Mw+.

Italy

  • In entitlement process to build and finance several sub-20Mw solar energy projects with total capacity of 80Mw+.

WHY CHOOSE US

 

Work Process

Discover

We begin the financing process for your energy solution with an in-depth analysis of your needs.

Agreements

Negotiate and acquire Power Purchase Agreement and transmission line connection.

Build & Launch

Cost analysis as well as maximizing return on the investment of your project plan. Completed solution begins to produce energy and is connect to grid.

International Sustainable Energy Financing and Development