ENEL Acquires 650 MW of Renewable Capacity From EGPNA REP

The overall consideration paid for the transaction amounts to approximately 256 million US dollars, for an enterprise value equal to around 900 million US dollars.

Enel Renewable

Enel S.p.A., acting through its renewable subsidiary Enel Green Power North America Inc. (EGPNA), finalised the acquisition of 100 percent of seven fully operational renewable plants totalling 650 MW from Enel Green Power North America Renewable Energy Partners, LLC (EGPNA REP), an equally owned joint venture between EGPNA and GE Capital’s Energy Financial Services, the energy investing arm of General Electric.

The overall consideration paid for the transaction amounts to approximately 256 million US dollars, for an enterprise value equal to around 900 million US dollars.

The assets under the transaction, which are all managed and operated by EGPNA, are:

1. The 25 MW Cove Fort geothermal plant in Utah;

2. The Salt Wells geothermal plant in Nevada, of 13.4 MW;

3. The Stillwater geothermal-solar facility in Nevada, of 59.5 MW;

4. The 400 MW Cimarron Bend wind farm in Kansas;

5. The 150 MW Lindahl wind farm in North Dakota;

6. The 2.4 MW Sheldon Springs solar PV facility in Vermont.

In line with the Group’s 2019-2021 Strategic Plan, this transaction aims to increase Enel’s consolidated capacity in the key US market, extracting more value through full ownership of assets that use strategic renewable technologies. Following the transaction, EGPNA REP’s capacity amounts to around 1.1 GW of hydro and wind assets, which will continue to be managed and operated by EGPNA.

Enel Green Power North America, part of Enel Green Power, is a leading owner and operator of renewable energy plants in North America with projects operating and under development in 24 US states and two Canadian provinces. The company operates around 100 plants with a managed capacity of around 5 GW powered by renewable hydropower, wind, geothermal and solar energy. The company is currently the largest wind operator in Kansas and Oklahoma.

In December 2018, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy announced that it had bagged its second order in Russia from Enel Russia, one of the country’s independent power producer, for the supply of 201 MW of wind turbines.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com 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 iamrenew.com.

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