Renewable Energy

Closed more than 50 renewable energy transactions in the past three years

Marathon Capital is one of the most active investment banks in the renewables sector. The firm is a leading advisor to investors, developers, owners, and operators and is prominently and continuously in the market with M&A and capital raising processes for companies and assets across the Americas and Europe.

Our team has leading platform-level M&A practice with more than 50 transactions closed in the last three years and possesses the unique ability to provide real-time market information collectively gathered from the firm’s current platform transactions.

Recent Renewable Energy Transactions

sPower

Sale of the Company including 1.3 GW Operating Portfolio and 10 GW Pipeline to:

The AES Corporation, Alberta Investment Management Corporation

2017

Falvez Energy

Tax Equity Capital Raise and Construction Debt Financing for 163.2 MW Astra Wind Project provided by:

GE Energy Financial Services & BNP Paribas

December 2016

Empower Energies

Distributed Generation Fund for commercial and industrial photovoltaic solar projects provided by:

WGL Energy Systems, Inc.

November 2016

FLS Energy

Sale of Company and Development Pipeline to:

Cypress Creek Renewables

November 2016

Soltage

Solar Asset Investment Partnership with:

Basalt Infrastructure Partners

November 2016

PRC Wind

Sale of Development Wind Assets to:

Tenaska

September 2016

groSolar

Sale of Company to:

EDF Renewable Energy

April 2016

Mexico Power Group

Equity Capital Raise and Construction Project Financing of Mexico Power Group's La Bufa 1 Wind Farm provided by:

First Reserve, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Nacional Financiera S.N.C, Korea Development Bank, Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior S.N.C., Volkswagen de Mexico

December 2015

Sunlight Financial, LLC

$300,000,000 in Funding Commitments Growth Capital of up to $80,000,000 [Senior Secured Credit Facility of up to $120 million] Loan Origination Programs of up to $100 million provided by:

Tiger Infrastructure Partners

September 2015