Arroyo invests in power generation solutions provider Mesa Solutions
Houston-based investment manager Arroyo Investors has completed an investment deal with Mesa Solutions, a provider of distributed power generation solutions headquartered in Loveland, Colorado.
Mesa Solutions specializes in designing, assembling, deploying, and servicing natural gas-fired engines for primary and standby power generation solutions.
Arroyo Investors recognises the potential in Mesa Solutions’ vertically integrated operations to meet specific client needs and prepare for the growing demand in distributed generation and microgrids.
Mesa Solutions operates two key business segments. Its Portable Power Units segment, with nearly a decade of experience, supplies primary power to customers without access to grid power, with a lower overall emissions profile than diesel.
The emerging Distributable Power Units segment offers resiliency as a service through its 500 kilowatt stationary PowerCore unit. This segment caters to commercial, industrial, and government users for standby and backup power applications, as well as prime power for grid resiliency support. Multi-megawatt installations are possible by paralleling units in both segments.
Alongside these offerings, Mesa Solutions provides a comprehensive range of portable and stationary power solutions for its customers, covering emergency standby, demand response, and mobile power generation.
Brandon Wax — Arroyo Investors Managing Director said: “We believe that Mesa’s products directly help oil and gas companies reduce the amount of flared gas related to their operations. We are proud to supply not only mission-critical power to our customers, but also contribute to their overall efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
“We believe this investment represents a differentiated opportunity for Arroyo to own and operate a company that is well positioned to improve grid resiliency and supply critical backup power to multiple industry segments including commercial, industrial, healthcare and military customers.”