Orrick Advises EDPR on Illinois Wind PPA with Salesforce
Pattern Energy Group LP on the construction and tax equity financing for the 150 MW Fowler Ridge IV Wind Farm LLC, and sale of the cash equity interest to a YieldCo, Pattern Energy Group Inc.
BlackRock Renewables in the purchase of a cash equity interest in wind projects in Texas, New Mexico and Kansas, aggregating in excess of 800 MW and including a letter of credit facility for the provision of credit support under related offtake agreements.
EDP Renewables North America LLC in over 1,000 MW of wind energy projects, including all of its financings with tax equity players over the past few years, and on sales of cash equity minority interests in several wind projects.
Apex Clean Energy on the development and sale of the 298 MW Kingfisher project to First Reserve, including a 20-year energy hedge with Morgan Stanley and a back-to-back power purchase agreement with Southern Company affiliate Gulf Power.
Eurus Energy in construction financings, tax equity financings and, in some cases, back-leverage financings for over 350MW of wind energy projects.
Gamesa Energy in the sale of three wind projects with a total capacity of 400 MW, construction financing of two of these projects, and the tax equity financing of the entire portfolio.
EDF Renewables on tax equity financings and lease financings of over 780 MW of wind energy projects, including the 150 MW Slate Creek wind project in Kansas.
GE Energy Financial Services in forming an investment partnership to own, finance, construct and operate the 211 MW Grandview wind energy project located in Texas, and in the subsequent sale of GE’s interest in the project.
TerraForm in the $2 billion purchase of seven contracted wind farms (total 930 MW) located in the U.S. and Canada, from Invenergy Wind LLC, the largest independent wind owner in the U.S.Glennmont Partners on the acquisition from the Spanish utility Iberdrola of a wind portfolio composed of wind assets located in the south of Italy with an aggregate capacity of 245 MW.