Bithenergy Timeline


American Recovery and Reinvestment Act - President Barack Obama allocates $27.2 billion to renewable energy projects.


Bithenergy’s Inception

  • Robert L. Wallace forms Bithenergy
  • The company installs 5 solar panels
  • First international project in West Africa

DGS Contract – Corey Culbreath leads the State of Maryland’s Department of General Services (DGS) project to monitor and track energy usage.


Energy Efficiency installed 2 new level 2 Coulomb electric vehicle charging stations on Under Armour’s campus in Baltimore.

This system was chosen because it is a simple install that allows the property to quickly reduce fossil fuel usage.


Solar Power World ranks Bithenergy 8th out of the top 50 Solar Developers in the United States

  • 8th out of 50 Top Solar Developers
  • 49th out of 400 Top Solar Contractors

Massachusetts Solar Farms – Bithenergy structured/contracted the financing for 4 solar systems in Massachusetts and worked with developers and the municipalities to finalize and execute PPAs. The 4 ground mount solar power plants are located across four different municipalities, totaling 7.4MW.


Bithenergy Makes its Mark on the Industry

  • Honored with fastest growing U.S. Inner City Business at the ICIC Inner City 100 Conference
  • 250,000 solar panels installed

Awarded First MATOC

  • Bithenergy is selected to support an $7 billion renewable and alternative energy power production initiative for the Department of Army.
  • This Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) has been designated as the key contractual vehicle to be used to diversify the energy production alternatives for military installations throughout the world.


Bithenergy Grows – Coretta Bennett joins Bithenergy as the Chief Operating Officer.

In a landmark deal, Senate and House Democrats and Republicans under Barack Obama gave a five-year extension of renewable energy tax credits for wind and solar energy.


Fort Campbell Project Completed

Bithenergy completed a Solar Array PPA in Kentucky for Fort Campbell Army base.

  • The project powers 463 homes on the base producing a total of 5 megawatts of energy.
  • The project was funded in part by a $3.1 million grant from the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet. Another $800,000 came from a U.S. Federal Emergency Management Program grant.
  • The array covers 20 acres of land on an abandoned land fill at Fort Campbell.


Won HABC contract for Third-Party Utility Billing


DGS Project won rebid


Virginia Military Institute becomes new customer for Energy Management services


Alicia Singleton named PM for Bithenergy EIS Team


First Renewal Option exercised by DGS for Energy Management Services


Won Rebid for HABC Third-Party Utility Billing