We believe successful development is a local business.
Our Local Approach
We are in the project area early and often to introduce our project, provide updates, and answer questions from the community - building strong and lasting relationships is the key to project success.
We place great value on working with individual landowners and project stakeholders to understand the distinguishing features of each participating property and host community.
We take a landowner-first approach, and we prioritize transparent and collaborative engagement to ensure our mission aligns with what our stakeholders value.
Participation in the project is voluntary - farmers and landowners sign up to host project infrastructure if they think doing so is best for their farms and families.
Wind power pumps billions of dollars into the country's economy every year, benefiting rural areas where most large-scale wind projects are sited.
In the last decade alone, wind delivered $151 billion of investment in communities across the US, and wind projects contribute approximately $1.9 billion in state and local tax payments and land-lease payments annually. This stable, long-term revenue increases financial security for landowners and keeps generational land in the family.
Wind turbine technician is the second fastest-growing job in the country, and the wind industry employs more than 120,000 Americans across all 50 states. Nova is committed to the local procurement of materials and local hiring when feasible.
The US wind industry employs America's veterans at a rate of 50% above the national average.
Solar power pumps billions of dollars into the country's economy every year, benefitting rural areas where most large-scale solar projects are sited.
The solar industry has delivered nearly $143 billion of investment in communities across the US, and solar projects contribute approximately $633 million in state and local taxes and land-lease payments annually.
The solar industry employs 253,000 hard-working Americans across all 50 states. Nova is committed to the local procurement of materials and local hiring when feasible.
Utility-scale solar helps avoid 88 million metric tons of CO2 emissions annually - equivalent to taking 19 million cars off the road.
The US solar industry employs America's veteran's at a rate 33% above the national average.
Energy storage facilities have rapid response times, discharging power to the grid quickly to maintain grid reliability in response to energy demand.
Energy storage facilities smooth out the electricity supply from energy sources with variable outputs, ensuring that energy generation meets demand.
Energy storage facilities cut energy costs for consumers by reducing economic losses from major and minor power outages by providing backup power during disruptions to energy systems, including outages.
Energy storage facilities can help integrate more solar, wind, and distributed energy resources onto the grid. It can also improve the efficiency of the grid and offset the need for building new pollution-emitting power plants.
Energy storage facilities have fewer development impacts than other energy and industrial uses. Compared to other generation systems, they take up little space for the amount of power they release.