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Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Cleanhill Partners Acquire Majority Stake in EPC Power Corp.

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Vinson & Elkins advised the Sustainable Investing business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management, in its acquisition of a majority stake in EPC Power Corp., a leading North American supplier of high-performance, utility-scale, smart inverters.

The strategic investment, along with a comprehensive recapitalization, positions EPC Power to expand and deliver against rapid growth in the renewable energy storage markets while helping facilitate the U.S. economy’s clean energy transition.

The V&E team was led by partner Peter Marshall and senior associate Sang Lee, with assistance from counsel Josh Heideman and associate Judy Park. Other key team members were partner David Peck and senior associate Lauren Meyers; partner Shane Tucker and associates Keira Kuntz and Roxy Barbera; partner Sean Becker and associate Peter Goetschel; partner Michael Kurzer and associate Marcus Martinez; partner Matt Dobbins and associate Kelly Rondinelli; senior associate Courtney Hammond; and partners Hill Wellford and Palmina Fava, senior associate Ryan Will and associate Milan Sova.

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