Azimuth Energy is an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company focused on renewable energy, battery storage and associated energy efficiency strategies. Azimuth serves as EPC or owner’s engineer for commercial, industrial and utility-scale solar projects and has worked extensively with rural cooperatives, investor-owned and municipal utilities. Oakland Capital has partnered with Azimuth to provide the financial capacity and expertise to expand its business and serve the ever-growing solar energy and storage market.
Azimuth Renewables is a full-service solar energy development company located in the heart of the Midwest. Azimuth Renewables evaluates and assesses land for solar power options that will have the most significant benefit but the lowest impact on land. Oakland Capital has partnered with Azimuth to provide the financial capacity and expertise to expand its business and serve the ever-growing solar energy and storage market.
First Approval Source offers everything from dealership F&I training and setup to full managed F&I services. With over 8 years of recreational loan experience, First Approval Source can handle everything including compliance, extended protection, bank relationships, and Insurance products.
Purivitae Venture’s goal is to ensure that every brilliant healthcare product idea hits the market easily and fast, as a tangible solution to consumers’ needs through strategic partnership.
Trident Funding is the largest, independently owned domestic boat and yacht loan origination company in the U.S. Since its inception in 1996, Trident Funding has established a presence in all major boating regions across the country and is recognized as the white glove alternative in the industry. Oakland Capital has partnered with Trident to provide the financial capability to continue to grow the business and the expertise to expand into other product and business lines.
Upepo Energy’s mission is to partner with local communities and utilities to bring sustainable, large-scale wind energy projects to East Africa. With one of the world’s fastest growing economies, East Africa’s demand for electricity is skyrocketing while the effects of climate change and drought are hitting home.