Established in 1952 and headquartered in New York City, Sumitomo Corporation of Americas (SCOA) has 9 offices in major U.S. cities. SCOA is the largest subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, one of the world’s leading traders of goods and services. As an integrated business enterprise, the firm has emerged as a major organizer of multination projects, an expediter of ideas, an international investor and financier, and a leader for distributing products and communications through a global network. SCOA’s core business units include Environment and Infrastructure, Tubular Products, Steel and Non Ferrous Metals, Transportation and Construction Systems, Chemicals and Electronics, Media and Real Estate, Mineral Resources and Energy, and Food.
SCOA continues to grow its portfolio in renewable power and has extensive experience developing, operating and owning wind, solar and battery storage projects. Investments include Mesquite Creek, a 211-MW wind project in western Texas; 845-MW Shepherds Flat Wind Farm in Oregon; two Kansas wind farms, the 131-MW Cimarron II and 168-MW Ironwood projects; Stanton wind project, a 120-MW wind power facility in Texas; Willey Battery Utility, large-scale battery power storage system in Ohio, Desert Sunlight, a 550-MW solar power project in California; and is in the process of building a 60MW solar farm in Nevada. For more information visit www.sumitomocorp.com