June 18, 2018 In: In The News, M&A Advisory

Picking Winners in the Evolving Renewable Project M&A Landscape It’s both an exciting and tricky time to be a developer, owner or investor of renewable energy projects. The market is increasingly attractive to more players, but factors such as tariffs and the new tax law have also muddied the waters. CohnReznick and GTM dissect some of the hottest topics that industry players contemplate when evaluating buying and selling solar and wind assets, as well as the current and future M&A landscape. In addition to the consideration of a host of standard and technical aspects, competitive valuation of renewable energy assets for M&A transactions increasingly depends on a deep knowledge of financial accounting and tax considerations, from DRO to BEAT. But that’s just the beginning. This white paper evaluates the most salient topics in the industry today that can make or break renewable project deals. To download the white paper,...

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The U.S. wind energy industry is poised for an aggressive upward trajectory over the next 5-10 years, driven by ambitious announcements in offshore wind and buoyed by sustained interest in onshore developments. Major capital investment will be targeting U.S. wind assets and projects in the very near future.

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In this news piece, Director Frank Palladino explores the M&A outlook for the renewable energy industry in 2018, providing insight into current trends and deal flow. Click here to access the article in industry publication North American Windpower.

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December 19, 2017 In: In The News, M&A Advisory

We are both honored and excited to receive the 2017 Renewables Deal of the Year Award from Thomson Reuters Project Finance International.  The award recognized CohnReznick Capital’s work on the recent sPower transaction. To view a full list of 2017 awardees, click here.  

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February 24, 2017 In: M&A Advisory, Press Releases

CohnReznick Capital is pleased to announce the successful sale of FTP Power LLC (“sPower”), the largest independent utility scale solar owner, operator and developer in the United States to the AES Corporation (NYSE: AES) and Alberta Investment Management Corporation (“AIMCo”). AES and AIMCo will each own approximately 50% equity interest in sPower. Barclays served as the lead financial advisor and global coordinator to sPower for the transaction. CohnReznick Capital Markets Securities, Marathon Capital, and Citi also served as co-advisors to sPower. View the full press release by clicking here.  

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