The Driftpoint difference

Where solar investments + land meet

Merging finance, real estate, development, and asset management expertise, we craft efficient, profitable renewable energy projects.

Our Story

We’re a family-run, independent business with Maine roots, a passion for conservation, and a deep love of the outdoors.

Our mission

To empower property owners to maximize their land value through renewable energy projects while advancing a balanced, renewable energy-driven grid through innovative development.

Our vision

Driftpoint Renewables aims to lead as a premier originator and developer of early-stage renewable energy projects, shaping a sustainable future for the region and beyond.

Our Values

Driftpoint values transparency, open communication, and unwavering honesty, forming the foundation for meaningful partnerships with our landowners, vendors and hosting communities.

Elevate. Energize. Empower.

Meet Jordan, our Founder

The driving force behind Driftpoint Renewables

With extensive experience in finance, operations, and development-focused roles, Jordan excels in value creation for landowners and efficient project development partners. Collaborating seamlessly with diverse teams and stakeholders, Jordan’s expertise includes executing land options, growth strategies, MIPA transactions and policy research.

Prior to Driftpoint Renewables, Jordan led solar projects and asset management at a regional solar company based in Vermont and a National Real Estate development firm in Maine.  He contributed to the development of commercial and community scale solar arrays aggregating to over 30MWs of deployment. Equipped with a solid educational and experiential foundation, Jordan’s vision and determination are propelling Driftpoint towards a sustainable energy-powered future.

Our Recent Projects

Below are a sampling of recent solar land leasing projects we’ve had the privilege of contributing to. Whether it’s solar land leasing, solar development strategy, land origination or more, we’re here to help you shine.

Starks Solar

Sited on fallow farm land in Maine, this project invested close to a half million dollars in utility infrastructure that benefitted not only the array but also the surrounding community with more reliable power.

Parker Solar

This overgrown plot of land that once housed a local racetrack was repurposed to provide the land owner revenue, the town an increased tax base and the local utility green, cost-competitive energy.

Pittsfield Solar

This 1MW array feeds local business with clean, below market energy and will continue doing so for at least twenty years.


Located in New Hampshire, these arrays maximized land that was not producing revenue for the landowner. Additionally, the construction process helped fund environmental clean up on site from previous land uses.

Ready to work together?

Unlock potential and access years of industry experience. From policy to strategy and acquisition, we’re here to help.