The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency identifies 78% of Fortune 500 companies as Potentially Responsible Parties on at least one Superfund Site without regulatory closure. The average environmental liability for these holdings is $25.07 million.* These dormant sites represent lost opportunities to create shareholder value and demonstrate environmental commitment.
What we offer
Brownfield Specific Solutions:
At Brightfields, we offer unique corporate solar brownfield solutions — minimizing long-term regulatory risk and the significant costs of managing brownfield property. By pairing commercial solar developments with custom cap designs, we provide a way to remediate and revitalize dormant land in a cost-effective manner while building positive community relations.
From industrial landfills to Superfund sites, identifying a green re-use solution for a property gives an executive team and the relevant environmental agencies a common goal to work towards. With the idea of site sustainability in mind, we negotiate a remedy tailored to the known reuse of the site, tightly defining scope and cost while remaining fully protective of human health and the environment. Brightfields works with its sister company, Renova Partners, when developing solutions for environmental and geotechnical issues that effect a solar energy project.
Over the past 25 years, our team has built a reputation on successfully completing large remediation projects. We demonstrate the highest level of commitment to our clients, ensuring compliance and efficiency while delivering sustainable value to all stakeholders. Engaging Brightfields Development to assess your site is the first step towards a collaborative development partnership.
As solar energy continues to grow across the United States, Brightfields is leverage its years of experience in brownfield solar solutions to emerging solar markets such as community shared solar, carports and greenfields. Brightfields can help your corporation reduce its carbon footprint and its energy bill; we will help your company find a solar solution that makes both financial and environmental sense.
* Factors Influencing the Level of Environmental Liability Disclosure in 10K Reports. Carol Cox Leary, Ph.D., C.P.A., Assistant Professor, George Mason University School of Management. 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030-4444.