About GCL New Energy Holdings
GCL New Energy Holdings is a new energy company that focuses on solar power generation and integrates development, construction, and operation. It is based in Suzhou, Jiangsu.
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Jul 9, 2021
Mark Rubens/Shutterstock.com July 9 (Renewables Now) - Renewables Now covered M&A stories about Suzlon, Senvion, Eni and others over the past week. Below is the full list: -- Aquila completes 50% stake buy in 60-MWp Portuguese solar plant London-listed investment firm Aquila European Renewables Income Fund plc (LON:AERS), or AERIF, announced it has completed the purchase of a 50% stake in a unlevered 60-MWp solar farm in Portugal. -- Swedish fund EQT to buy Cypress Creek Renewables A fund owned by Swedish investment firm EQT AB (STO:EQT) has agreed to buy US-based Cypress Creek Renewables, which owns 1.6 GW of assets in operation, from funds managed by HPS Investment Partners LLC and Temasek. -- GreenGo sells 360 MW of Danish solar projects to Doral Energy Denmark-based GreenGo Energy Group A/S announced that it has sold a portfolio of 360 MW of utility-scale subsidy-free solar projects to Israeli developer Doral Renewable Energy Resources Group under a partnership agreement. -- Spanish quality assurance group Applus acquires solar, storage peer Enertis Madrid-based group Applus Services SA (BME:APPS), which provides inspection, testing and certification services, announced that it has acquired Enertis, its compatriot and peer in the solar PV sector. -- Alussa Energy shareholders clear merger with Freyr Alussa Energy Acquisition Corp's (NYSE:ALUS) shareholders have okayed the planned merger with Norwegian battery cells developer Freyr AS, the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) said. -- Energiekontor unloads 13.5-MW German wind project to CEE German renewables developer and operator Energiekontor AG (ETR:EKT) has sold a 13.5-MW wind park being built in Germany’s North Rhine-Westphalia state to compatriot CEE Group. -- R.Power, new partner to co-develop 80 MWp of solar in Germany Polish solar project developer R.Power sp. z o.o. is getting ready to acquire 80 MWp of photovoltaic (PV) projects in Germany which it will co-develop with a local partner. -- India's Suzlon refutes takeover talk Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon Energy Ltd (BOM:532667) said that rumours about any large group acquiring controlling interest in the company are “speculative and baseless.” -- Flexion Energy lands GBP-150m investment to support storage business Alternative investment fund GLIL Infrastructure has poured GBP 150 million into Flexion Energy, a London-based modern utility company that aims to deliver 1 GW of operational energy storage systems in the UK over five years. -- Heliogen to go public via USD-2bn blank-check merger Heliogen, a California-based developer of artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled concentrated solar technology, is set to go public via a merger with special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) Athena Technology Acquisition Corp (NYSE:ATHN). -- BayWa r.e. eats up Hanover-based wind developer to grow in Germany German renewables company BayWa r.e. AG announced that it has acquired Hanover-based wind energy developer NWind GmbH to strengthen its position in the domestic wind market. -- Hull Street Energy finalises acquisition of US solar developer US private equity firm Hull Street Energy LLC has closed the acquisition of the management team and development pipeline of Foundation Solar Partners for an undisclosed sum. -- Axpo sheds 74.5-MW French wind bundle to Encavis fund Swiss renewables producer and marketer Axpo Holding AG said it has sold 74.5 MW of wind farms in France to Germany’s Encavis Asset Management AG. -- Blue Elephant gives up IPO as Struengmann family takes 15% stake German solar and wind farm operator Blue Elephant Energy AG announced a EUR-75-million investment by Athos, the family office of the Struengmann family, and scrapped plans for an initial public offering (IPO) that was scheduled for the third quarter of 2021. -- Summit Ridge buys 19.5-MW community solar portfolio in Maine US community solar projects specialist Summit Ridge Energy LLC has acquired three such projects with a combined capacity of 19.5 MW in the US state of Maine. -- Subsea 7 to merge Seaway 7 unit with Norway's OHT Offshore contractor Subsea 7 SA (OSL:SUBC) announced that it has agreed to combine its renewables business unit with Norwegian heavy transport vessel operator OHT ASA (OSL:OHT) to create a pure-play one-stop-shop for bottom-fixed offshore wind projects. -- GCL New Energy to buy remaining minority of Chinese solar plant owner Chinese solar plants operator GCL New Energy Holdings Ltd (HKG:0451) will acquire the 5.835% it does not already own in a solar power investment firm that indirectly holds the bulk of its 2.7 GW of solar generation capacity in China. -- Sangam sells majority stake in 24-MWp Indian solar portfolio to partner Sangam Renewables Ltd (BOM:534618) has sold to a partner its controlling stake in a firm that developed 24 MWp of solar projects in India. -- Turkcell to acquire wind plant operator Boyut Grup Enerji Turkish mobile phone operator Turkcell [IST:TCELL] said that its wholly-owned subsidiary Turkcell Enerji has signed a share transfer agreement to acquire all the shares of local Boyut Grup Enerji, the owner of the Karadag wind power plant in Izmir. -- Omers, Norfund may take 20% of India's Avaada Energy - report Canadian pension fund Omers and Norwegian state-owned investment fund Norfund are in talks to buy a 20% stake in Indian solar project developer Avaada Energy Pvt Ltd, the Economic Times reports. -- Saudi Arabia's Alfanar wraps up acquisition of Senvion India Saudi Arabia’s Alfanar Group has finalised the acquisition of Senvion India Pvt Ltd, a spin-off of German wind turbine maker Senvion GmbH, for an undisclosed sum. -- Eni to buy 315-MW wind portfolio in Italy Italian oil and gas group Eni SpA (BIT:ENI) will fully acquire a 315-MW operational wind portfolio in Italy from UK fund manager Glennmont Partners and Dutch pension fund PGGM Infrastructure Fund. -- HydroLand buys century-old run-of-river duo in N Carolina US renewables company HydroLand announced that it has acquired two small hydroelectric stations totalling just over 2 MW from Northbrook Carolina Hydro II LLC.
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