Capital Dynamics Partners With Tenaska for 4.8 GW Solar Portfolio

Capital Dynamics has signed an agreement with Tenaska to enter into a new strategic relationship, increasing its greenfield solar footprint in the US.

Capital Dynamics Tenaska Solar

PC: TPG/Trina Solar

Capital Dynamics, an independent global private asset management firm, has announced that it’s Clean Energy Infrastructure business has signed an agreement with Tenaska to enter into a new strategic relationship, increasing its greenfield solar footprint in both the Midwest and the Southeast United States.

facebook twitter linkdin instagram

The transaction comprises of 24 solar projects located in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) and Southeast Reliability Council (SERC) markets, totaling 4,800 megawatts (MW). The portfolio represents a large share of solar projects currently in the MISO and SERC interconnection pipelines and further diversifies Capital Dynamics’ growing utility-scale solar power portfolio across seven new states.

“We are pleased to enter into a new relationship with Tenaska in MISO and SERC, less than two years after our first MISO transaction,” said Benoit Allehaut, Managing Director in Capital Dynamics’ Clean Energy Infrastructure business. “The Tenaska team has done an excellent job overseeing a large portfolio of solar projects in attractive markets and has worked well with our team in the past. We believe it is important to deliver competitive solar projects in regions where customers are switching to renewables.”

Tenaska – through Tenaska Solar Ventures, the company’s solar development services business – will work with Capital Dynamics to commercialise the projects. “Tenaska has a record of success in renewables, and we are pleased that Capital Dynamics continues to recognise our team’s capabilities and sees the value we bring,” said Steve Johnson, senior vice president in Tenaska’s Strategic Development & Acquisition Group. “This transaction further strengthens the relationship between our two companies.”

Tenaska, one of the leading independent power producers in the United States, has developed approximately 10,500 MW of natural gas-fired and renewables power projects, including two utility-scale solar projects in Southern California in which Capital Dynamics is an investor.

Recently, we had reported that Capital Dynamics’ Clean Energy Infrastructure (CEI) business had completed the acquisition of a portfolio of 16 operating solar projects from Coronal Energy, LLC. The portfolio comprises 353 MW of operating solar photovoltaic capacity across diverse and attractive power markets, including Arizona, California, Florida, Virginia, Tennessee, and Ontario, Canada. 

"Want to be featured here or have news to share? Write to info[at]

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for