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Japan: Projects & Energy: International

Chambers Asia-Pacific 2023


Acciona Energia, S.A. in the $375 million financing led by the IFC and the IDB of a 250 MW wind farm located in the State of Oaxaca, Mexico. The Eurus Wind Power Project is the largest wind farm in Latin America. This transaction was listed as a “Deal of the Year” finalist in the Project Finance category by Latin Lawyer magazine.

Brigthpath Capital Partners in its role as lead investor in Sungevity’s $63.8 million Series C financing. The Series C closed with $26.25 million cash and conversion of $35,523,139 of the convertible notes. The L/C debt financing was a creative alternative to tax equity. Sungevity is a leader in destination solar.

Structured fund for aggregation of investors affiliated with Capricorn Investment Group and represented fund in financing of approximately 60 MW of solar power being developed in New Jersey by True Green Capital.

Clean Energy Trust with corporate structure, investments, and tax. Clean Energy Trust is a cleantech accelerator that fuels innovation to create a healthier environment and more prosperous future.

Cypress Creek Renewables in connection with the debt and tax equity financing of three solar PV facilities in North Carolina with an aggregate capacity of over 200 MW.

Department of Energy (DOE) as loan guarantor in a limited-recourse project financing for construction of three concentrating solar thermal electric generating plants, totaling 392 MW, located near the Ivanpah Dry Lake in the Mojave Desert. Upon completion, The Ivanpah Solar Complex became the largest concentrating solar power plant in the world.

EDF Renewables in its:development partnership investment with Orion Renewable Energy for the 175 MW K4 Wind Project located in Illinois;

acquisition of the 250 MW Roosevelt Wind Project in New Mexico from Infinity Wind Holdings;

sale of the 250 MW Lundgren Wind Project in Iowa to MidAmerican Energy;

acquisition of the Longhorn North Wind Project and the adjacent Longhorn South Wind Project from Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc.;

sale of the 250 MW Lundgren Wind Project in Iowa to MidAmerican Energy;

acquisition of the first phase and its purchase of an option to buy the second phase of the 500 MW Hereford Wind Project in Texas;

acquisitions of the Bobcat Bluff Wind Project and the Spinning Spur Wind Project;

sale of renewable energy pursuant to synthetic PPAs;

sale of three solar projects to Dominion Energy, for a total of 84 megawatt peak (MWp). The three solar projects included 31.6 MWp / 23 MWac Cottonwood Solar, 24.3 MWp / 18 MWac Catalina Solar 2, and 27 MWp / 20 MWac CID Solar Project;

acquisition of the Palen Project, a 500 MW solar power generation facility in Riverside County, California, from Abengoa Solar LLC; and

acquisition of the 200MWac Moapa Solar project in Clark County, Nevada.

Emerson Collective in its $5 million investment in Natel Energy, a California-based developer of a cost-effective, low-impact hydropower product to provide clean energy to communities without the negative environmental impact.

GSSG Solar, LLC, in:

corporate, finance, and investment matters related to joint ventures with solar companies; and

its acquisition of the 35 MW Bandai solar power generation project located in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, and the subsequent development of the project.

Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital in the sale-leaseback of land and financing of transmission line in connection with the 600 MW Mariah Wind project located in Texas. This sale-leaseback financing of a transmission line is believed to be the first of its kind.