Sejal Patel

Associate

Londres

Sejal has a broad range of experience working on renewable energy projects including offshore wind, solar PV and energy from waste, as well as general M&A experience across both cross border and domestic transactions.

    • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) on its partnership with Bute Energy (Bute). As part of the transaction, CIP’s flagship fund Copenhagen Infrastructure IV K/S will invest in Bute’s portfolio of onshore wind farms and solar PV projects, some with co-located battery energy storage systems, under development in Wales, UK. The Bute portfolio consists of projects at various stages of development and is expected to have a total installed capacity of over 2GW by 2030.
    • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners on the sale of 100% of its 49% interest in a joint venture with Falck Renewables S.p.A. comprising an operational onshore wind portfolio in Scotland and Wales to Infrastructure Investment Fund, an infrastructure fund advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
    • Ørsted Onshore A/S on its agreement to acquire Brookfield Renewable’s Irish and UK onshore wind business. The agreement is based on an enterprise valuation of EUR 571 million as of 31 December 2020 (subject to customary adjustments) and marks Ørsted’s entry into the European onshore market. With the acquisition, Ørsted is acquiring one of Europe’s leading integrated renewable energy platforms, including 389MW under construction and in operation, 149MW in advanced development and more than a 1 GW development pipeline in Ireland and the UK.
    • Hornsea 1 Limited, a joint venture owned between Ørsted (50%) and Global Infrastructure Partners (50%), on the £1.175 billion sale of its transmission assets to a partnership between Diamond Transmission Corporation Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation) and Chubu Electric Power Company Netherlands B.V. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.). This represents the largest offshore transmission transaction by size and value to date.
    • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) on the sale of its 35% equity interest in the Beatrice offshore wind farm to The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited (TRIG) and to funds managed by Equitix Management Limited (Equitix).
    • Infracapital on the bid and negotiation of the Project Stratum public sector broadband contract with the Northern Irish Government.
    • BlackRock on a number of their investments into solar including in respect of the "Kingfisher" platform, a 156 MW solar portfolio and framework investment with LightsourceBP.
    • Infracapital, on its investment in Bioenergy Infrastructure Limited (BIG) and BIG's subsequent investments in energy from waste projects in the UK.
    • Canadian Solar on its £41.9 million non-recourse project finance facility with BayernLB.