Picking Winners in the Evolving Renewable Project M&A Landscape

It’s both an exciting and complex time to be a developer, owner or investor of renewable energy projects. The market is increasingly attractive to more players, but factors such as tariffs and the new tax law have also muddied the waters.

CohnReznick and GTM dissect some of the hottest topics that industry players contemplate when evaluating buying and selling solar and wind assets, as well as the current and future M&A landscape.

In addition to the consideration of a host of standard and technical aspects, competitive valuation of renewable energy assets for M&A transactions increasingly depends on a deep knowledge of financial accounting and tax considerations, from DRO to BEAT. But that’s just the beginning. This white paper evaluates the most salient topics in the industry today that can make or break renewable project deals.

How to Outsmart the Future

The way that energy is generated and consumed around the world is undergoing rapid change, bringing with it a growing instability in supply. While there are many worst-case scenarios in the world of crisis management, an energy-related failure ranks among the most frequent and most damaging, and yet it remains one of the least prepared for.

Global Energy Storage: 2017 Year-in-Review and 2018-2022 Outlook

2017 was one of the most exciting years yet for energy storage, as several markets saw formative policy developments, interesting business models materialize and a rush of corporate merger and acquisition activity. A total of 1.4 gigawatts and 2.3 gigawatt-hours of energy storage was deployed globally in 2017, with Australia taking the pole position in terms of power capacity at 246 MW, while the U.S. market led the world in terms of energy capacity at 431 MWh.

 

White Paper Archive