InterGen has recently announced plans to advance the sale of its business interests in Mexico. It is expected that a formal sales process will be launched shortly.
LUXCARA, the German renewable energy asset manager, has acquired a sizeable portfolio of wind turbines in southern Norway. The wind farms are located in the Bjerkreim region and will provide a total capacity of 262.8 MW.
Ormat Technologies and ORIX Corporation has announced that ORIX will acquire an approximately US$627 million ownership stake in Ormat from FIMI ENRG Limited Partnership, FIMI ENRG, L.P., Bronicki Investments, Ltd., and senior members of management, representing in the aggregate an approximately 22.1% ownership position in Ormat.
Terra Firma has announced the completion of the sale of the Infinis Group’s onshore wind assets to institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners, a global investment manager specializing in lower carbon and renewable energy infrastructure assets, has acquired Scout Clean Energy, a Colorado-based developer and operator of U.S. wind power projects.
EFG Hermes has announced that Vortex, the European renewable energy platform managed by its private equity division, reached financial close today on its 100% acquisition of a 365 MW portfolio of 24 operational solar assets in the UK from TerraForm Power.
Novatus Energy, a North American renewable energy company, has announced the acquisition of the 156 MW Comanche photovoltaic solar project in Pueblo County, CO from SunEdison LLC and Wells Fargo.
Enel has purchased the Tynemouth stand-alone battery energy storage system (BESS) project located in Newcastle, in UK, by acquiring 100% of the shares in Tynemouth Energy Storage Limited from the European based energy developer and operator Element Power.
Avangrid Renewables and Vineyard Wind have formed a strategic partnership to jointly develop a large scale wind energy project off the coast of Massachusetts.
Actis has announced that its wind platform Echoenergia has acquired 100% of two operating wind farms in the North East of Brazil, from Brazilian premier wind developer Casa dos Ventos. The two wind farms, with contracted 20-year PPAs, total 346MW.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) through the funds Copenhagen Infrastructure II K/S (CI II) and Copenhagen Infrastructure III K/S (CI III) has acquired 3 offshore wind sites under development in Taiwan.
PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna SA, a company controlled by the Polish State and the main electricity producer in Poland, is to acquire all of EDF Polska assets (cogeneration and electricity generation).
EFG Hermes and Malaysian and Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), have reached the closure on its 100% acquisition of a 365 MW portfolio of 24 operational solar assets in the United Kingdom from TerraForm Power.
A consortium led by Macquarie Group has completed the acquisition of a controlling stake in one of Australia’s biggest public energy companies.
European Energy A/S has signed agreements for the sale of four wind farms in Denmark, Italy and Germany totalling around 64 MW of capacity.
Australian utility Origin Energy Ltd has agreed to sell Stockyard Hill wind project to China’s Goldwind and to sign a and sign a long-term PPA from the commencement of operations in 2019 to 2030.
Fortum and the City of Oslo have entered into an agreement to restructure their ownership in Hafslund ASA, one of the largest listed power groups in the Nordic region.
GE has announced that it has completed the acquisition of LM Wind Power, a Denmark-based technology developer and manufacturer of rotor blades to the wind industry. The completion of the transaction follows regulatory approval in the European Union, the United States, China, and Brazil.
ArcLight Capital Partners has announced that its affiliate, Great River Hydro, has closed its acquisition of TransCanada’s New England hydroelectric power portfolio.
Hindustan Powerprojects Pvt Ltd has come to an agreement to sell 330 MW of its solar power plants in India to Macquarie Asia Infrastructure Fund.