ENGIE signs two corporate renewable PPAs in Latin America

French global energy and services group ENGIE signed a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) in Mexico to supply renewable energy to steel producer, Gerdau and  a 16-year power purchase agreement with Santiago de Chile airport operator, Nuevo Pudahuel, to supply 100% certified renewable energy, under which ENGIE will supply the airport with 105 GWh per year of green electricity to meet all its power needs.

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ENGIE North America secures financing from Goldman Sachs for 75 MW of distributed solar and storage projects in the U.S.

ENGIE North America’s Distributed Solar team today announced this week the closing of an investment from Goldman Sachs’ Alternative Energy Investing Group into a partnership managed by ENGIE to deploy of up to 75 MW of distributed solar and distributed solar plus battery systems across multiple states in the U.S., including California, Nevada, Minnesota, Illinois, Texas, New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.
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Macquarie makes €67M infrastructure debt investment in Spanish solar portfolio

Financial group Macquarie headquartered in Australia announced a new €67 million long-term debt facility to refinance a portfolio of solar assets located in southern Spain.

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Norway’s Equinor acquires 9.7% stake in Scatec Solar for USD 82.4M

Norwegian energy firm Equinor ASA announced that it has acquired 11,020,000 shares in Oslo-based solar project developer Scatec Solar ASA, corresponding to 9.7 per cent of the shares and votes, at a total purchase price of approximately NOK 700 million (USD 82.4 million).

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Allianz Capital Partners acquires unsubsidized 46 MW Ourika PV plant in Portugal

German private equity firm Allianz Capital Partners on behalf of Allianz insurance companies announced on October 25 that it has closed the acquisition of the 46 megawatt (MW) Ourika project in Portugal. The solar farm is fully operational and has been developed by the Irish renewable energy company WElink Group.

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