ARIA HOTELS CONNECTS HOLIDAY-GOERS IN GREECE WITH eVTOLS
Aria Hotels announces first-of-its-kind deal with LCI to provide its guests with access to electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. These highly innovative vehicles will expand guests’ opportunities to experience the full beauty of Greece.
AMERICRAFT MARINE ACQUIRES SHIPYARD
Libra Group subsidiary Americraft Marine acquires St. Johns Ship Building in Florida, supporting need for Jones Act-compliant vessels, including those that advance U.S. energy independence.
LCI ACQUIRES 125 EVTOL AIRCRAFT
LCI signs an agreement with BETA TECHNOLOGIES to acquire up to 125 of the company’s electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. Dubbed the “battery that flies” by the New York Times, the ALIA-250 aircraft is a gamechanger in the future of clean energy aviation.
GREENWOOD ENERGY LAUNCHES THE TERRA INITIATIVE
Greenwood Energy was joined by Colombian President Iván Duque Márquez to celebrate the Terra Initiative, which will feature six utility-scale solar plants providing 144 mega-watts of clean energy while providing housing, education and other infrastructure support for the indigenous communities of Colombia’s Nevada de Santa Marta region.
LIBRA INVESTS IN CRITICAL MINERALS COMPANY
Libra Group announces strategic investment in green energy company, GreenMet, which leads the infrastructure development of sustainable supply chains for rare earth elements and critical minerals, such as green steel, to meet U.S. and greater North American green energy and technology needs
GSI ADDS TO SOLAR PORTFOLIO
GSI announces acquisition of scalable portfolio of solar developments from AquaSan Network-subsidiary, CMDAJ Holdings that will provide up to 233 MW in utility scale solar energy across six states.
Elandis completes two major real estate investments: ‘Hudson and Crosby at Westchase’, two multifamily communities with 569 residential units in Houston, Texas followed by six multifamily communities in Orlando and Daytona Beach, Florida, comprising 1,242 units acquired for $126.5 million.