Enyo Renewable Energy is looking for a Renewable Energy Project Development Assistant (Associate). Join our team.
How We Work
Enyo's team consists of seasoned professionals who know and understand what it takes to bring a renewable energy development online in the Intermountain West. We have expertise in land use planning and permitting, land acquisition, GIS data and community relations. Together we have successfully developed three energy projects in Utah and Wyoming.
WIND & SOLAR RESOURCE ANALYSIS
Enyo has developed a process to successfully identify superior wind and solar resources that lead to economically viable projects.
LAND USE PLANNING & PERMITTING
Enyo's team includes experts who can both determine the land that is needed for a project and maneuver through the processes to secure private or public lands.
Our team is well-versed in financing utility-scale wind and solar energy infrastructure projects and has the financial backing to own and operate them. Developing a solar or wind farm is a significant but rewarding investment, and our team looks for opportunities with the greatest return for our financial and community partners.
Enyo is thoughtful about where we develop. We work hard to identify sites that will avoid conflict with local agricultural, grazing, hunting, cultural, wetlands and wildlife values. The concept of clean energy is the reason why we are in the wind and solar business in the first place. That is why ensuring our projects have little impact on existing land uses - like ranching, farming, or hunting - or wildlife, land, water, or cultural heritage, is of the utmost importance to us.
"Our favorite part of this business are the landowners." Enyo recognizes our collaboration with private landowners is a key component to our success. We have a proven track record that demonstrates an honest communication process with landowners and ensures they receive a fair stream of income from the project.
When private land is needed for wind or solar development, the landowners who are on that land are in a position to benefit financially. We recognize that land is a precious commodity and we have taken time to develop a lease and a landowner relations process that protects landowner interests and ensures they receive a fair stream of income from the project.
COMMUNITY & GOVERNMENT RELATIONS
At Enyo, we strive for an open and transparent flow of communication with the community. We want to ensure the greatest benefits are realized for all, because without community support, our projects wouldn't be possible.