Green Dealflow has published the transaction review for the month of August: the full dataset for solar and wind transactions closed in the last month is available here.
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The month of August has seen a total of 24 deals, with a total capacity of solar and wind transacted of 5517 MW, a significant reduction of deals and capacity transacted compared to the last months.
This month, the solar industry´s performance reached a total of 15 deals with an overall capacity of 3639 MW, almost halving the capacity transacted compared to the month of July. The U.S. continues to be on the top of the podium for the number of deals, but it is taken over from Spain in the amount Megawatts involved.
Among the biggest deals, Opdenergy Holding SA, Spanish independent power producer (IPP) has reached an agreement with Bruc Energy regarding a solar portfolio of 1,044 MW in Spain, corresponding to 20 solar projects that will continue to be developed by the Spanish developer until the ready-to-build stage, expected in 2022. Juan Béjar, president of Bruc Energy said: “With a portfolio of assets totalling more than 5,000MW, Bruc Energy has positioned itself as one of the most relevant and dynamic players in the green energy sector in the Iberian Peninsula.”
Also the wind industry saw a standstill during the month of August, with 9 deals signed, and a total capacity of 1878 MW, -26% compared to June and almost halving the amount compared to July. The protagonists for this months have been the U.S., Taiwan, and Italy.
The most relevant deal in the wind industry saw SSE Renewables business of UK utility selling the 588-MW Beatrice wind farm in Scotland to Transmission Capital Partners, a consortium consisting of International Public Partnerships, Amber Infrastructure Group, and Transmission Investment, as part of a competitive Offshore Transmission Tender process in line with UK energy regulator. Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm Limited, a joint venture owned by SSE Renewables, Red Rock Power Limited, The Renewables Infrastructure Group and Equitix will provide logistics and reactive services support to Transmission Capital Partners under an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) agreement.
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