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Aaron Prince
Aaron Prince
Partner — Energy Transactions & Projects
Partner — Energy Transactions & Projects

Aaron Prince

Aaron Prince
New York

The Grace Building
1114 Avenue of the Americas
32nd Floor
New York, NY 10036

start quote symbolI help clients structure transactions that are protective of their investments and objectives and also work for all involved. This is particularly important in renewable energy transactions and often requires creativity because commercial and tax considerations need to be carefully balanced.end quote symbol
Aaron Prince

Tax Equity

  • JPM Capital Corporation in its approximately $160 million equity commitment to develop the approximately 126 MW Timber Road IV Wind Farm Project in Paulding County, Ohio, and the approximately 50.4 MW Los Mirasoles II Wind Farm Project in Hidalgo and Starr Counties, Texas

  • Tax equity investor in the $45.5 million tax equity financing of a 100 MWac utility-scale solar energy project in Texas

  • Terra-Gen in the approximately $180 million construction financing and $125 million tax equity financing for the 131.1 MW Voyager I wind project in Kern County, California

  • JPM Capital Corporation and Bankers Commercial Corporation in the $138 million tax equity financing of wind farms being developed by affiliates of EDP Renewables North America in Oklahoma and California aggregating approximately 199MW

  • Terra-Gen in the approximately $250 million construction financing and $170 million tax equity financing for the 193.5MW Voyager Wind II Project in Kern County, California, and the 32.7MW Texas Big Spring Project in Big Spring, Texas

  • Tax equity investor in a $185 million tax equity investment and lender in a $60 million loan to repower three wind generation facilities in Texas totaling 546MW, each being developed by one of the largest renewable energy project developers in the U.S.

  • Tax equity investor in a $269 million investment in respect of a 199.2MW wind generation facility in Iowa and a 78.4MW wind generation facility in New York

  • Two tax equity investors in a $246 million investment to repower three wind generation facilities in Texas totaling 449MW, each being developed by one of the largest renewable energy project developers in the U.S.

  • Tax equity investor in a $116.1 million investment to finance an approximately 120 MW utility-scale ground-mounted photovoltaic solar project in Colorado

  • Vivint Solar in a $150 million commitment by an affiliate of Credit Suisse Securities to lease its commercial and industrial solar installations

  • Tax equity investor in a $75 million commitment to a residential solar developer for the design, procurement, and installation of solar photovoltaic projects on the rooftops of residential customers

  • Equity investor in a $275 million commitment to a geothermal project under development in Nevada

  • Three financial institutions and one international conglomerate in their separate tax equity investments in various refined coal facilities throughout the U.S., utilizing partnership and lease structures

  • Morgan Stanley Bank and Morgan Stanley Senior Funding as lenders, administrative agent, and lead arranger in a $361 million loan to finance the construction and development by a subsidiary of Invenergy Wind Global of an approximately 257.25 MW wind farm in Texas

  • SunRun as borrower in a $227 loan and a $14.4 million delayed draw term loan B credit facility

  • Morgan Stanley as lender, administrative agent, and lead arranger in a $263.5 million loan for the construction and development by Invenergy Wind Global of an approximately 200.5 MW wind farm in Kansas

  • SunRun as borrower in a $173 million loan facility under a term loan A credit agreement and a $20 million term loan facility under a term loan B credit agreement

  • Morgan Stanley Senior Funding as lender, administrative agent, lead arranger, and issuing bank in a $351.6 million loan to finance the construction and development by a subsidiary of Invenergy Wind Global of an approximately 207.2 MW wind farm in Texas majority-owned by TerraForm Power

  • Morgan Stanley as lender, administrative agent, lead arranger, and issuing bank in a $440 million loan to finance the construction and development by Invenergy Wind North America of a 289 MW wind farm in Texas

  • Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group as lender, administrative agent, and lead arranger in connection with a revolving loan facility for a solar residential rooftop sponsor, in which the financing was secured by proceeds from the cash grant made available pursuant to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

  • Private equity fund in a $150 million debut joint venture with a solar developer to acquire and develop community solar and other eligible renewable projects

  • An affiliate of Goldman Sachs Renewable Power in the $144 million acquisition of the 172.2MWdc American Kings Project in Kings County, California, and the sale of a tax equity interest in the project to M&T Bank

  • Affiliate of Goldman Sachs Renewable Power in the $86.9 million acquisition of LLC membership interests in operating solar commercial and industrial projects subject to sale-leaseback financing arrangements

  • Sixth Street in a joint venture with MMA Energy Capital to finance the construction and ongoing operations of solar power projects throughout North America

  • Large financial institution in a complex transaction with another large financial institution regarding the ownership of a wind farm portfolio

  • Square in three merchant receivables sale and purchase transactions with several private equity funds aggregating $275 million

Credentials

  • Brooklyn Law School, J.D. cum laude, 2008 (Brooklyn Law Review, Notes and Comments Editor)
  • Emory University, B.A. Philosophy; Member, Philosophy Honors Society, Phi Sigma Tau, 2005
  • Chambers USA, Projects: Renewables & Alternative Energy (Nationwide), 2021; “Up and Coming” in Projects: Renewables & Alternative Energy (Nationwide), 2021
  • New York