Citizens Solar generates revenues from successful energy ventures to fund community programs. Founded in 2010, Citizens Solar develops, finances, constructs, owns, and operates utility-scale projects that generate green energy and while producing a positive local economic impact and creating local jobs. To date, Citizens Solar has 90 megawatts of solar assets in operation or under construction across 30 projects representing over $200 million in total project value. Our integrated development process allows Citizens Solar to stick with our partners from the first evaluation through the life of their project. Citizens is a leader in turning brownfields to brightfields by installing solar arrays on capped and closed landfills.
Citizens Solar operates projects all across the United States. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Specializing in photovoltaic (PV) technology at utility-scale, Citizens Solar partners with a variety of organizations, ranging from public and private entities municipalities, utilities, schools, individuals, industrial clients, investors and financiers, to construction and engineering contractors. Citizens Solar offers fully integrated solar energy solutions paired with the flexibility to meet the needs of each partner. A few ways to work with us are described below.
Landowners: Citizens Solar works with landowners to bring solar power generation to their property through land-lease agreements. Citizens Solar develops, finances, constructs, owns, and operates our projects to provide competitive prices and seamless partnerships. Once operational, a solar lease with Citizens provides years of low-maintenance revenue from clean energy development. Please contact us if you are interested in developing your property for solar, or would like an evaluation of your land’s suitability for a solar project.
Energy Customers: Citizens Solar contracts with a wide array of end users to provide energy customers with savings through Power Purchase Agreements, Net-metering Credit Sales Agreements, or Community Solar models. If you don’t have suitable land, but are an industrial user with a large electricity bill, or a utility that procures wholesale electricity, Citizens can provide discounted power from one of our solar projects. Citizens’ partners are saving millions of dollars through these arrangements on their electricity costs.
Investors and Contractors: In addition to leasing land or purchasing solar power, Citizens Solar also works with tax equity partners, debt partners, and proven and reliable engineers and contractors.
Developers: We are interested in purchasing development assets or partnering with local developers in any stage of the development process. Please contact us to help make your project a success.
If you would like to do business with us, or would like to inquire about a solar project, please contact us at 617-951-0413 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Brian Morrissey, Managing Director of Solar
Brian Morrissey is Managing Director of Citizens Solar, a division of Citizens Energy Corporation. He founded Citizens’ solar business in 2010 and is responsible for all solar-related activities, including project origination, development, construction management, financing, and asset management. Citizens Energy is a national developer and owner / operator of distributed generation and small utility-scale solar projects. Citizens Solar finances all of its projects with typical project finance structures and provides all sponsor equity for each portfolio.
Prior to joining Citizens Energy, Mr. Morrissey was on the Global Power team at Cambridge Energy Research Associates, a leading energy consulting and research firm to international energy companies, governments, financial institutions, and technology providers. Prior to his work at CERA, Mr. Morrissey worked in GE Energy's central marketing and strategy group, and was an officer in the U.S. Army.
Mr. Morrissey received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the U.S. Military Academy and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mr. Morrissey is a combat veteran and a registered Project Management Professional.
Emma Kosciak, Director of Solar Development
Emma Kosciak joined Citizens Energy in 2013 as Manager of Solar Development with a focus on Massachusetts projects and has since been elevated to Director. Emma brought three landfill solar projects from initial conception to operation and is responsible for the company’s Massachusetts development portfolio of five shovel-ready projects, totaling 16 megawatts, including an EPA superfund site and four capped-landfill sites.
Prior to joining Citizens Energy, Emma worked for nine years assisting with the development and operations of solar sites throughout Massachusetts. Emma received her B.S. in biology from St. Michaels College in Vermont.