BridgeWorks Capital: Making Waves in Renewable Energy

May 03 2011

BridgeWorks Capital, a boutique merchant bank based in Lake Oswego, OR, has been making waves in the renewable energy sector. Just this month, BridgeWorks both shepherded the acquisition of PrimeStar Solar by General Electric and announced plans to commercialize and manufacture floating power plants which combine energy produced by wave and wind.

Using PrimeStar Solar’s record breaking thin film technology, GE will build the largest solar panel manufacturing plant in the nation. BridgeWorks president Mark Waller co-founded PrimeStar in 2006, serving on the company’s board and later as chairman. Though no longer involved with PrimeStar, he is currently working with the Oregon Business Development Department’s effort to have GE base its new manufacturing plant in Oregon.

With all the press, BridgeWorks needed a new website that reflected its continued investment in and ongoing commitment to:

  • clean technologies
  • renewable energy
  • environmentally sustainable business practices

A customized CMS means a website that is simple to update, and this was needed to ensure that Bridgeworks would be able to keep their site current while focusing energies on their ongoing business partnerships.

Visit the site here.

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