CleanTech Capital provides business development, corporate and project finance, mergers & acquisitions, divestitures and restructuring services in the clean technology and renewable energy sector. CleanTech Capital has offices in Europe, North America & South America.
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Credit Suisse (80%) and E.ON team-up to build 475MW Nysäter wind parc in Sweden in 500mn investment
Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners (CSEIP) managed fund will invest 400mn - Completion of the 114 turbine project is expected by end 2021. Nordex will deliver 3.9MW to 4.4MW turbines depending on the location. The project is based on a long-term power purchase agreement with a local power supplier.
No absolut CO2 Cap for trucks in EU2018/11/14
planned reduction by 35% until 2030, based on no cap in 2019 - China is ahead in the development and market introduction of clean trucks. Total emissions from trucks almost doubled since 1990 while total CO2 emissions were reduced by 28%.
The new RWE will be no. 3 in renewable energy in Europe and no. 2 in offshore wind2018/11/14
60% of future EBITDA will come from renewable energy generation, 20% from fossil energy, 10% from energy trading and 10% from financial assets such as the 16.7% E.ON participation - Adjusted EBITDA of Lignite & Nuclear segment Q1-Q3 2018 decreased to 240 mn from 551 mn a year ago. Closing of E.ON Innogy and E.ON RWE transactions still expected fro 2019, approvals expected by mid 2019
E.ON ahead of RWE in 9 months results2018/11/14
E.ON reports adjusted EBIT 11% higher prior-year figure, adjusted net income up 25% - Renewable sales up 7% at 1.1bn, renewable EBIT up 14% at 283mn. RWE came in slightly above expectations but key figures down compared to a year ago.
EDF closed sale of its 65% stake in the Dunkirk LNG terminal at a Enterprise Value of 2.4bn2018/10/30
Net Debt reduction on group level of 1.5bn - After receiving the necessary regulatory approvals EDF successfully closed the deal announced on 29th June and therefor already delivered a total of 9.6bn of its pending 10bn asset disposal plan. EDF will successfully complete the execution of the plan by end of year. Buyers were a French and and South Korean Asset Management groups including AXA, Credit Agricole and Samsung.