Tagged Mergers and Acquisitions

Wave Solar acquires Solargraf’s lead generation business

By Kelsey Misbrener Wave Solar, a lead generation platform built exclusively for solar installers, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Solargraf’s consumer education service: My Solar Installer. Solargraf is a software platform for solar installers known for its integrated financing features, mobile-friendly design and pro quoting tools. “We are pleased to welcome Solargraf’s…

Acciona acquires 3-GW pipeline of U.S. solar projects from Tenaska

By Kelly Pickerel Global renewable energy developer Acciona has signed an agreement with energy developer Tenaska to acquire a portfolio of greenfield solar and energy storage projects in the United States. The development portfolio comprises approximately 3 GW of utility-scale solar and 1 GW of co-located solar and energy storage. The transaction includes 20 solar…

Pattern Energy to acquire half of 220-MW New Mexico wind farm

By WPED Staff Pattern Energy Group will acquire ownership interests in two operating wind power facilities, the Henvey Inlet Wind facility in Ontario and the Grady Wind facility in New Mexico. The company has also entered into an agreement for a $260 million private placement of perpetual preferred stock (Series A Preferred Stock) with certain…

Shell Acquires Renewables-Only Power Retailer in UK

By [email protected] Oil major Shell acquired another customer-facing electricity and gas provider in the U.K., potentially bolstering its green credentials and renewables procurement expertise in the country. The deal for Hudson Energy, which trades as Green Star Energy, will add 200,000 new customers for Shell Energy. Hudson’s supply is drawn entirely from renewable generation, while…

Diamond Transmission Partners Acquires Race Bank Link

By Nadja Skopljak Diamond Transmission Partners has signed an agreement with the owners of the Race Bank […] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Wind » News by topic

Con Edison changes name of solar business to Con Edison Solutions

By Kelsey Misbrener Con Edison Solutions, one of the Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses, has officially changed the name of its subsidiary CES Danbury Solar (d/b/a Ross Solar) to Con Edison Solutions. The company acquired assets of Ross Solar in January 2017. Since the acquisition, the former CES Danbury Solar/Ross Solar team has continued to…

What Went Wrong at Faraday Grid?

By [email protected] Faraday Grid’s mystery technology could be poised for a comeback — thanks to the man who led the company into insolvency in the first place. Andrew Scobie, Faraday Grid’s ex-CEO, has acquired his former company’s intellectual property assets after registering a new company, Third Equation, on September 4, according to a source familiar…

SunPower signs 200-MW safe-harbor contract with Hannon Armstrong

By Kelly Pickerel SunPower announced today that it has entered into a joint venture with Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital to acquire and deploy 200 MW of safe-harbored solar panels, preserving the federal ITC’s 30% value for third-party owned commercial and residential systems and meeting safe harbor guidelines. The companies expect to increase the volume…

Developers of DeWitt County wind farm prepare new application #IL

By National Wind Watch CLINTON – A wind farm developer will take a second shot at getting approval of a special-use permit to build a proposed wind farm in northeastern DeWitt County. Initial talks on the Alta Farms development began in 2007, but the project picked up steam in 2016 with leasing, permitting, engineering and…

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