SUSI Partners has purchased a 50% stake in Macquarie Capital’s 63 MW / 340 MWh distributed energy storage portfolio located in Southern California. Included as part of this purchase is the world’s largest virtual power plant.
Ullico has purchased part of a 1.3 GW wind+solar portfolio, originally developed and sold by sPower. The transaction, and other optimizations surrounding the portfolio, have increased the return on investment to 13% for one of the investment groups involved.
Dominion Energy has closed on a private round of bonds whose purpose is to cover the utility’s investments in 20 solar projects totaling 574 MW-AC, all of which hold long term contracts.
Marin Clean Energy, a non-profit community choice aggregation group from California, has received an ‘Investment Grade’ Baa2 rating from Moody’s.
It’s not the next lithium-ion battery breakthrough that’s going to accelerate the energy storage industry. It’s not the next inflated promise from a flow battery startup, compressed-air scheme, solid-state battery research project or energy storage dream funded by Bill Gates.
Also on the rise: Power Sustainable aims $790 million at North American renewables, Macquarie unit invests in energy storage provider esVolta, EDPR buys its way into downstream C&I projects, Pattern Energy funds its Japanese expansion, and KBR signs on to support a hydrogen venture.
Renewable energy development can be the catalyst for restoring our economic strength post-Covid-19. Founders of Navajo Power along with Kevin De Leon, Los Angeles City Council candidate, make their case.
Southern Company has partnered with esVolta in development of four energy storage projects totaling more than 86 MW / 345 MWh located in California.
KKR today announced the signing of a definitive agreement with NextEra Energy Partners, LP (NYSE: NEP or “NEP”) to acquire an equity interest in a newly-formed partnership with NEP that owns a geographically diverse portfolio of ten utility scale wind and solar projects across the United States, collectively consisting of approximately 1,192 megawatts. “We’re excited […]
The fund will target small and mid-sized clean energy projects.
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