CIP, Greengate turn turf on Canadian solar giant
claim is the biggest solar photovoltaic project ever before constructed in Canada. Travers Solar stands for CIP's first investment in Canada as well as
Jun 24, 2021 // Plants, Amazon, greengate, CIP, Christian Skakkebaek
Neoen begin on 93-MWp solar plant in Canada
France's Neoen SA (EPA: NEOEN) announced last week it has commenced the construction of a 93-MWp photovoltaic (PV) park in Canada's Alberta province.
Dec 26, 2022 // Plants, Canada, neoen, North America, PV Power Plant
Mytilineos gets 1.4-GW solar portfolio in western Canada
Greek industrial group Mytilineos SA (FRA: MYH) has actually consented to obtain a portfolio of 5 solar projects in Alberta, Canada with an anticipated consolidated capacity of 1,410 MWdc from local solar as well as energy storage space designer Westbridge Energy Corporation (CVE: WEB).
Jun 1, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Canada, North America, Mytilineos
Atura, Ameresco granted 250-MW BESS project in Canada
m), Brad Kyte, senior supervisor of organization growth at Atura, informed Canada's Global Information. He included that the company has just released the
Jun 9, 2023 // Storage, Canada, North America, ameresco, BESS Project, Atura
Neon begins building Canadian solar farm
has started building of its very first asset in Canada, the Fox Coulee solar farm, situated in Alberta, Starland County. The solar farm is 100% owned by Neoen
Dec 23, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Canada, North America, solar farm, Xavier Barbaro, Emmanuel Pujol, Neon
New United States renewables developer Pathway Power secures USD-36m financial investment
was founded in 2022 by supervisors who formerly led the The United States and Canada efforts for BayWa Renewables. The company claimed the investment will
Sep 9, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, USA, North America, Pathway Power
CIP sells Canadian solar farm
Infrastructure. Located about 130 kilometres south of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, Travers has a complete capacity of 465 MWac/691 MWdc as well as is the
Jan 25, 2023 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, PV Power Plant, CIP
e-Zinc Raises $2.3 Mn to Accelerate Commercialization of its Energy Storage Tech
deploy our firm's first pilot projects." "Breakthrough Energy Solutions Canada combines the public and also private sectors to develop Canada's tidy
Jan 19, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, Canada, North America, James Larsen, e-Zinc, BDC Capital, Seamus O’Regan, Jérôme Nycz
US rookie starts developing 234MW of Canadian PV
Proteus Power has started the advancement of three solar projects in Alberta, Canada, with an overall capacity of 234MW. The projects will certainly be co-located
Jul 26, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Canada, North America, Proteus Power, Mike Lambros
Northvolt Raises $1.2bn for Expansion
note was signed by Investment Management Corporation of Ontario, BlackRock, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, OMERS, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, AP Funds
Aug 22, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, NORTHVOLT, Sweden, Europe
Canadian 400 MWac merchant solar plant protects funding
Canada’& rsquo; s largest solar task, the 400 MWac Travers plant prepared in Vulcan County, Alberta, has actually secured financing after Danish financial investment management business Copenhagen Facilities Partners (CIP) signed an arrangement with job owner Greengate Power Corporation. Travers will cost around CA$ 500 million (US$ 376 million) and will cause around 500 jobs. Building and construction is set to start in the summer season with commissioning prepared for before 2022. “& ldquo; CIP is pleased to continue growing its North American eco-friendly energy portfolio through our financial investment in Travers Solar, CIP’& rsquo; s first investment in Canada, & rdquo; said senior partner Christian Skakkebaek. “& ldquo; Alberta is an attractive market for financial investment and we look forward to working with Greengate, one of Canada’& rsquo; s leading renewable resource developers, to bring Travers Solar online.” & rdquo; Merchant The plant made headlines last year after its developer revealed Canada’& rsquo; s biggest solar job will run without a subsidy or a power purchase arrangement (PPA) contract. Greengate is positive it can re-finance the center through merchant operations. A spokesman for the Brookline PR business utilized by Greengate told pv magazine in August: “& ldquo; There is no guaranteed power supply deal, PPA [power purchase contract] or public aid associated with the just recently revealed Travers Solar task. Greengate Power plans to finance the Travers Solar job on a merchant basis driven by Alberta’& rsquo; s phase-out of all coal-fired electricity by 2030, carbon rates framework, and the requirement for significant new financial investment in power generation as a result.” & rdquo; Merchant operation of a significant solar plant has actually been helped along by a brand-new emission balancing out plan. Backing from institutional investor CIP is a vote of confidence in Alberta’& rsquo; s new Innovation and Emissions Decrease (TIER) program. The regulation determines all commercial centers giving off more than 100,000 heaps of greenhouse gases each year in 2016, or any subsequent year, must lower emissions 10% by this year, and 1% each year hereafter. How TIER works To meet that requirement, commercial facilities can lower emissions, utilize emission credits from centers which have gone beyond the requirement, usage emission offsets from facilities unregulated by TIER or pay into the TIER fund. The plan entered force on January 1 to change the Carbon Competitiveness Reward Guideline. “& ldquo; Greengate is thrilled to be working with CIP, the world’& rsquo; s biggest sustainable energy-focused facilities fund, to bring this world class project through to conclusion,” & rdquo; stated Dan Balaban, president and CEO of the project owner. “& ldquo; This continues Greengate’& rsquo; s successful track record of establishing and protecting investment for sustainable energy projects of extraordinary scale that provide strong investor returns, and we are happy to be part of developing subsidy-free, market-based services that significantly enhance Alberta’& rsquo; s environmental efficiency.” & rdquo; The Danish investor, which holds most of its €& euro; 8 billion (US$ 8.84 billion) possessions in five energy facilities funds will fund advancement, building and construction and the operation of Travers. Greengate will keep financial interest and supply management services throughout the plant’& rsquo; s life time. CIBC Capital Markets functioned as Greengate’& rsquo; s monetary consultant on the transaction and Osler, Hoskin & & Harcourt LLP acted as legal advisor. FIH Partners and Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP performed comparable roles for CIP.
Feb 4, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Canada, North America, Dan Balaban, Christian Skakkebaek
Canadian pension giant to buy Pattern Energy for US$6.1 billion
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) has bought US developer Pattern Energy Group in an all-cash deal valued at around US$6.1 billion. CPPIB will pay
Nov 5, 2019 // Markets & Finance News, USA, Canada, pattern energy, North America, canada pension plan investment board
Canada’s self-styled largest PV project gets provincial approval
solar project likely to become Canada's largest to date has received provincial approval, paving the way for construction of the 400MW operation to start next
Aug 29, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Canada, North America, greengate power, calgary, alberta, Dan Balaban
GP Joule offers North American EPC business
up being the single investor of both North American business, GP Joule PV Canada and also GP Joule PV USA. With the procurement, Goldbeck claimed it is
Sep 19, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, USA, Germany, Europe, North America, David Pichard, GP Joule, Goldbeck Solar, Joachim Goldbeck
The first civil e-plane gets off the ground in Canada
The first civil fully electric airplane in the world was piloted in Vancouver a month ago.
Dec 11, 2019 // Storage, Transport, Canada, North America, electric airplane, Greg McDougall