ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Innovative Solar Systems, LLC (ISS) has become one of the largest developers of solar farms in the United States and is very excited to announce news of a possible merger. John E. Green, CEO for ISS has just announced that the company is in talks with many U.S. Investment Groups, Energy Funds, and Capital Partners as well as foreign entities about the possibility of a corporate merger that would allow ISS to expand solar farm development work to more states, markets and countries.

ISS currently has over twelve (12) large scale solar farm projects ready for construction totaling almost 400MW’s and another pipeline of 2GW’s of projects to be Shovel Ready by the first quarter of 2016.

Most of the projects being developed by ISS are ground mounted PV Solar Farms that range in size from 5MW to 80MW with current projects being offered in the Southern and Mid-West United States.

Innovative Solar Systems, LLC (ISS) has had an extensive track record in states like North Carolina where the company currently has three of the largest solar farms under construction in the Eastern US.

Those large projects include one (1) 75 Megawatt project, (2) 80 Megawatt projects, several 50 MW, 35MW and many 2MW and 5MW deals in N.C. ISS has closed over 800 Megawatts of solar farm projects in N.C. alone and is currently developing utility scale size projects in 12 other states as the company rapidly expands.

“Developing World Class solar farm projects is what we do”, states ISS CEO John E. Green. Few understand the nuts and bolts of solar farm development like ISS and just one more reason why ISS has become known as the standard for solar farms by which all others are measured.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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