Under the terms of this multi-year strategic partnership, TCC will engage Altus Power to bring solar power generation, battery storage and electric-vehicle charging to its development portfolio.
The initial focus will be 35 million sq. ft. of U.S. industrial assets in TCC’s development pipeline. This partnership is expected to generate 300 MW of building-sited, locally generated solar power across the United States over the next three to four years, with battery storage capacity and electric-vehicle charging. TCC and Altus Power plan to expand the partnership to include other assets in the future.
“Our partnership with Altus Power will greatly accelerate the integration of clean energy into our properties and we expect it to meaningfully reduce our carbon footprint,” said Mike Lafitte, CEO of TCC. “This partnership is directly responsive to our capital partners and occupier clients who expect us to deliver sustainably built real estate.”
“We are excited about this first-of-its-kind partnership to bring clean electrification to the nation’s largest commercial real estate development platform,” said Lars Norell, Co-CEO of Altus Power. “This partnership underscores the significant opportunity that is available in the commercial and industrial solar market, and we look forward to working with other real estate owners, developers and occupiers to accelerate their transition to a lower carbon footprint.”
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Altus Power, based in Stamford, Connecticut, is the nation's premier clean electrification company. Altus Power serves its commercial, industrial, public sector and community solar customers by developing, owning and operating locally sited solar generation, energy storage, and EV charging infrastructure across 18 states from Vermont to Hawaii. Visit altuspower.com to learn more.
About Trammell Crow Company
Trammell Crow Company (TCC) is a global commercial real estate developer and wholly-owned subsidiary of CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBRE), a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Dallas. Founded in 1948, TCC has developed or acquired nearly 2,900 buildings valued at $75 billion and over 655 million square feet. As of March 31, 2023, TCC had $17.3 billion of projects in process and $13.1 billion in its pipeline. It employs 700 professionals in 27 major cities throughout the United States and Europe. The company serves users of and investors in office, industrial/logistics, healthcare, life sciences and mixed-use projects, as well as multi-family residential through its operating subsidiary High Street Residential. For more information visit www.TrammellCrow.com.