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Renewables Tax & Tax Equity

Experience Highlights

  • 8 Rivers Capital in its joint venture with ADM to develop the 280 MW Broadwing Clean Energy Complex in Illinois, one of the world’s first zero emissions Allam-Fetvedt cycle power plants, including CO2 storage capabilities

  • 8 Rivers Capital in its joint venture with The Southern Ute Indian Tribe Growth Fund to develop the 280 MW Coyote Clean Power Project in Colorado, one of the world’s first zero-emissions NET Power natural gas-fired power plants, including CO2 capture and storage capabilities

  • Buckeye Partners and Nala Renewables in their acquisition of a majority interest in Swift Current Energy, a leading North American clean energy development and investment platform with a pipeline of over 6 GW of solar, wind and energy storage projects

  • Goldman Sachs Renewable Power (a $4 billion fund), in its:

    • Approximately $350 million acquisition from Marina Energy, a subsidiary of Southern Jersey Industries, of its solar portfolio comprised of 76 distributed solar energy projects with total capacity of 204 MW
    • Acquisition of a 142-MW portfolio of solar power generation assets from a subsidiary of Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation
    • Acquisition of a series of solar projects developed by a major utility company
    • Ongoing investments, acquisitions and finance arrangements in renewable energy projects
  • Renewable and Sustainable Energy Fund of The Carlyle Group in the formation of a joint venture with Alchemy Renewable Energy, LLC (ARE), a renewable energy developer and tax equity arranger, together with the acquisition of certain operating and development-stage solar projects from ARE

  • A private equity special situations fund in its:

    • Approximately $1 billion back-levered acquisition (by way of a joint venture) of a portfolio of wind and solar assets from a global conglomerate
    • Acquisition of interests in 16 wind energy projects through a joint venture with the subsidiary of a global banking institution
    • Various acquisitions and divestitures of tax equity and other interests in solar assets
  • Goldman Sachs’ Alternative Energy Investing Group in the formation of a joint venture with TELOS Clean Energy to develop, construct, own, and operate distributed solar power projects

  • Underwriters to Sunnova Energy International Inc., a residential solar and energy storage service provider, in its $168 million initial public offering of common stock

  • Pattern Energy Group in a series of strategic transactions that include a $724 million long-term commitment by an investment entity managed by Riverstone

  • A private equity fund in a $100 million acquisition of a portfolio of solar assets from a major utility 

  • eSolar in connection with a transaction with NRG Energy, Inc. for the development of three solar thermal power plants totaling up to 500 MW in the U.S