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Leading renewable energy development and finance company focusing on commercial solar and energy storage systems, today announced it has added Jordan Betts as the Director of Development.

Waterbury, VT—March 24, 2022 – Green Lantern Solar, a leading renewable energy development and finance company focusing on commercial solar and energy storage systems, today announced it has added Jordan Betts as the Director of Development.

In this role, Betts will focus on developing commercial and grid-scale solar arrays across the northeast and Midwest. He’ll focus on working with landowners, corporations, non-profits and governmental agencies to identify development and savings opportunities that meet specific environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) requirements for Green Lantern Solar’s development partners.

“As we look toward the continued success of our company, Betts’ vast experience in real estate and banking will play a key role in advancing our strategic expansion throughout the U.S. and finding new growth opportunities,” said Scott Buckley, president of Green Lantern Solar.

Prior to joining Green Lantern Solar, Betts oversaw the management of a $200MM commercial real estate portfolio as a Vice President for a Maine-based community bank, as well as leading the Asset Management Department of a national affordable housing and green energy development company located in Portland, Maine.

Jordan earned a bachelor’s degree from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and a master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri.

With more than 100 solar and solar+storage projects completed, Vermont-based Green Lantern Solar specializes in commercial-scale solar solutions for municipal, education, healthcare and government entities.

Green Lantern Solar
Green Lantern Solar is a vertically integrated regional renewable energy development company with a particular emphasis on turn-key commercial solar solutions for municipal, education, healthcare and government entities. Green Lantern works with landowners to revitalize and re-develop low-value sites such as brownfields, landfills, quarries/pits/extraction sites and other challenging real estate. The company provides a full suite of services: development, financing, construction and operations, maintenance and asset management. For more information, https://www.greenlanternsolar.com/, on LinkedIn and @GrnLntrnSolar on Twitter.

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