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Purenergy Opens a Boston Office

September 2018. PurEnergy today announced that it has added office space in the Boston area. Albert Morales, president of PurEnergy Management Services, stated “We are excited to add a new location to help support our continued growth. The Boston location will complement our headquarters in Syracuse, NY, provides access to additional resources, and will assist …

Announcing the Addition of Fairless and Manchester Street

December 2018. PurEnergy is proud to announce the addition of the Fairless Works Energy Center (Fairless) and the Manchester Street Power Station (Manchester Street) to its portfolio of managed projects. The projects represent an aggregate of over 1.8 GW of capacity, and further expand PurEnergy’s footprint of managed assets in the PJM and ISO-NE markets. …

Announcing our Provision of Financial Services for Linden Cogeneration

March 2019. PurEnergy is proud to announce that it will be providing a selection of financial services to JERA Power in connection with its ownership of the Linden Cogeneration facility.  Linden is a 961 MW cogeneration facility located in the NYISO and PJM markets.

Announcing the Addition of West Lorain

March 2019. PurEnergy is proud to announce the addition of the West Lorain to its portfolio of managed projects. The project is a 545 MW periodic-start CT generating station located in the PJM market. PurEnergy helped manage the transition of the project from FirstEnergy Solutions to Starwood Energy’s ownership through a bankruptcy process, and is …

Announcing our Role at Astra Wind

April 2019. PurEnergy is proud to announce that it will be providing services to Astra Wind related to its ownership of the 163 MW Falvez Astra Wind project located in Randall, TX. 

Announcing the Addition of Rockgen and Garrison

July 2019. PurEnergy is proud to announce the addition of the Rockgen Energy Center (Rockgen) and the Garrison Energy Center (Garrison) to its portfolio of managed projects. The projects represent an aggregate of over 1.2 GW of capacity, and expand PurEnergy’s footprint in the MISO and PJM markets. PurEnergy has helped manage the transition of …