CleanTech Capital provides business development, corporate and project finance, mergers & acquisitions, divestitures and restructuring services in the clean technology and renewable energy sector. CleanTech Capital has offices in Europe, North America & South America.
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Dutch APG takes over 700 mn infrastructure and RE assets from DIF2017/07/13
DIF sells its Fund II and part of Fund III in single transaction - APG won the auction for portfolio DIF II and cross-shareholdings of DIF III with 48 PPP / PFI and renewable energy assets across Continental Europe and the UK. DIF will continue to manage the portfolio. DIF II was launched in 2008 with 572 mn and made 58 investmets.
Siemens and AES in 50:50 JV for Energy Storage2017/07/11
Fluence will bundle AES Advancion and Siemens Siestorage energy storage platforms - The new industry leader with 48 realized projects totaling 463 MW of battery-based energy storage across 13 countries, including the worlds largest li-ion battery-based energy storage project (San Diego, CA) aims for more scalable, flexible, and cost-competitive energy storage solutions.
EDP buy-back of EDP Renovaveis has started - share is trading above offer price 2017/07/07
EDP currently holds 77.53% and aims at de-listing and re-integration - The offer period started yesterday and will close on 3rd August. The offer price is 6.75. The stock was trading at approx. 7 since announcement of the offer in March. EDPR was spun-out and listed almost exactly 9 years ago at 8. It reached a low of 2.33 in 2012.
Vattenfall to establish separate BU for PV & Battery2017/07/04
Since this week Vattenfall´s BA Wind operates in 3 BUs: Off-shore Wind, On-shore Wind and PV&Batteries - Vattenfall already operates 1,100 turbines with 2,500 MWp. It plans to build another 4,000 MWp until 2020. It now also plans to invest 150 mn over two years in large-scale and decentralized PV and battery projects.
35% of Electricity supplied from renewable energy in Germany - Share of total power supply stuck at 15%2017/07/03
German 2020 goal out of reach - The German Federal Industry Association for Renewable Energy (BEE) published 2017 First Half Figures yesterday and concludes that the 18% target for total power consumption by 2020 is no longer feasible. Also, the Green House Gas reduction target of 40% compared to 1990 seems no longer possible.