Communities, governments, and businesses around the globe are increasingly looking for energy alternatives. Some organizations or communities may want onsite energy generation infrastructure using renewable technology that lessens their dependence on the local utility company. Others may wish to lessen their dependence on fossil-fuel energy. Still others are looking for new sources of energy to fuel their modes of transportation. Whatever the reason, the demand for alternative energy infrastructure and technology has grown significantly during the last several years. Infrastructure funding complexity, access to capital, technological and economic barriers, and the overall complexity of developing an energy infrastructure project are preventing them from addressing these needs.