Water Island Capital urges its fellow Pattern shareholders to turn down acquisition offer by Canadian pension plan CPPIB, amid claims it ‘undervalues’ the owner of 4.4GW of solar and wind.
Renewable investment giant CIP will fund construction of the 400MWac Travers Solar scheme in Alberta, which will be developed by Calgary-headquartered Greengate.
Capstone Infrastructure Corporation acquires majority stake in 132MWac project in Alberta province, joining fellow owner Obton as project originator Perimeter exits.
‘Solar Module Super League’ (SMSL) member, Canadian Solar is targeting to achieve over 15GW of PV module manufacturing capacity in 2020, while relying on China-based merchant solar cell producers.
Hevel bags EDB loan, Azure raises from Canadian shareholder, Grenergy in green bond debut, Mirova backs Corsican solar-plus-storage specialist.
Publicly-listed renewables firm will become a private company and will be merged, in a concurrent deal brokered by prospective owner CPPIB, with sister firm Pattern Development.
Japanese firm says divestment was 'strategic asset recycling' and that 'strengthening of the financial base continues to be one of [Mitsui & Co’s] key initiatives'.
GP Joule Canada Corp., a subsidiary of GP Joule, has been awarded an EPC contract for the 25.43MW Innisfail Solar project located in Red Deer County, Alberta, which is located midway between the cities of Calgary and Edmonton.
TC Energy will procure output of 74.25MW from Perimeter's proposed 130MW PV farm, in deal billed as Canada's biggest private PPA to date.
Latest financial update lays out where and how small-scale specialist will turn as it works to deliver 1.4GW global pipeline, 714MW of it late-stage.
The 400MWac solar project in Alberta outsizes Canada's largest existing plants by a factor of four and is meant to come online in 2021.
Nautilus, which acquires, develops, finances, owns and manages solar assets across the US, has been purchased by Power Energy Corporation, a subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada.
Baywa's renewables arm, Baywa r.e., has boosted its North American solar wholesale business with the purchase of a five-year-old Canadian firm that sells solar equipment to the residential and commercial grid-tie markets as well as for industrial and small off-grid applications.
Centrica subsidiary Direct Energy will acquire power from 32MWp/23MWac solar installation, predicted to be province’s largest once complete.
ENGIE North America has purchased EPC company Conti Corporation and its affiliates Indicon Corporation, Ion Electric, and McGilvray Mechanical.