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.
We give advice and offer hands-on business development and transaction execution services to listed and private companies, international and domestic utilities, entrepreneurs and institutional investors.
If you require hands-on and experienced transactors, valuation experts, project managers or interim managers with own business and investment track record we should be your partner.
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Enel sells 80% of 1.7GW Mexican RE Assets in BSO transaction to institutional investors2017/10/10
$340 mn acquisition price plus $1 bn of assumed loans plus 900 mn project finance - Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec and CKD Infraestructura México acquire five wind farms and three solar projects. 1,283MW are under construction, 429MW in operation. The transaction will enable Enel as of the date of closing, to reduce its consolidated net debt by approx. $ 1.9 bn.
Enel secured $ 330mn tax equity deal for 290 MW windfarm in Oklahoma
Goldman Sachs and GE Energy Financial Services provide funding. - Closing of the funding will occur upon start of commercial operation.
EIB and International Solar Alliance form strategic partnership 2017/10/06
EIB commits 800 mn loan for RE projects in India - This new agreement reflects our shared commitment to successful implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement and ensuring that solar rich economies can harness solar power to increase the supply of affordable clean energy. Andrew McDowell, VP EIB.
Enel to raise $ 3 bn on US bond market2017/10/03
$ 1.25 bn 2.75% 2017-2023, $ 1.25 bn 3.5% 2017-2028, $ 0.5 bn 4.75% 2017-2047 - Provisional rating of BBB by S&P´s, Baa2 by Moodys and BBB+ by Fitch
Uniper shares trading consistently above 23 per share2017/10/01
State-owned Finish utility Fortum announced deal with E.ON and takeover offer for Uniper at 22 per share on 26 Sep 2017 - Uniper shareholders hold on to their shares trading 1 above the announced takeover price at a PE multiple of just 11.3 with a dividend return of just below 3% p.a. A higher offer either from Fortum or a competing bidder should be expected.