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PRESS RELEASECapital Dynamics Expands Strategic Relationship with Tenaska to Develop Energy Storage in California

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RESEARCHPortfolio Protection and Taking Advantage of Disruption in the Power Sector

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PRESS RELEASESwitch and Capital Dynamics Break Ground on Massive Solar and Battery Storage Developments, Advancing Rob Roy’s Gigawatt Nevada

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PRESS RELEASECapital Dynamics Enters into New Strategic Relationship with Tenaska

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PRESS RELEASECapital Dynamics Completes Purchase of 353 MW Solar Portfolio from Coronal Energy

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PRESS RELEASECapital Dynamics Acquires Pre-Construction Wind Project in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

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PRESS RELEASEkWh Analytics Closes a Solar Revenue Put with Capital Dynamics, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Rabobank, and Swiss Re Corporate Solutions

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PRESS RELEASECapital Dynamics Completes Acquisition of Puerto Real 1 Solar Project

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Opportunity

Established to capture attractive investment opportunities in the largest and fastest growing sector of global infrastructure, Capital Dynamics’ Clean Energy Infrastructure (CEI) mandate is to invest directly in proven renewable energy technologies with a focus on utility-scale and distributed generation, solar, wind, and storage. The CEI platform’s growing investment portfolio of over 7.3 GWdc is managed by the team’s dedicated asset management business, which provides highly specialized services to ensure optimal performance of the platform’s portfolio of assets.

Approach

In the US, the team primarily implements a buy-and-hold strategy along with selective development investments. In the UK and Europe, the team targets value-added opportunities that capitalize on the changing marketplace for European renewables.

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS GENERATED BY OUR CLEAN ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE ASSETS*

2,146,050 Metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions avoided

CO2 emissions equivalent to:

  • 1,512,396 homes' electricity use for one year
  • 1,841,332 passenger vehicles driven for one year
  • Artboard 1
    Tanker Truck Created with Sketch. 114,810 tanker trucks worth of gasoline avoided
  • Oil Barrel Created with Sketch. 20,079,074 barrels of oil otherwise consumed
* Please see bottom of this webpage for further disclosures.

clean energy infrastructure portfolio

Our portfolio includes approximately 7.3 GWdc of gross power generation across more than 150 projects.

Solar

location

California, US

phase

Operational

net mwdc

96.9

exited

N/A

Springbok 3
location

AZ, CA, CO, MD, MA, NJ, PA, VI, VT, US

phase

Operational

net mwdc

709.7

exited

N/A

8point3
location

California, US

phase

Operational

net mwdc

373.8

exited

N/A

California Flats
location

Nevada, US

phase

Operational

net mwdc

344.3

exited

N/A

Moapa
location

California, US

phase

Operational

net mwdc

354.6

exited

N/A

CSolar
location

England, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

5.0

exited

N/A

Rymes
location

California, US

phase

Pre-construction

net mwdc

707.6

exited

N/A

Eland
location

California, US

phase

Pre-construction

net mwdc

386.9

exited

N/A

Eagle Shadow Mountain
location

California, US

phase

Operational

net mwdc

115.6

exited

N/A

Desert Stateline
location

Cadiz, Spain

phase

Construction

net mwdc

133.6

exited

N/A

Puerto Real 1
location

Indiana, US

phase

Late-stage development

net mwdc

180.0

exited

N/A

IMPA
location

Nevada, US

phase

Pre-construction

net mwdc

237

exited

N/A

Townsite
location

California, US

phase

Operational

net mwdc

328.1

exited

N/A

Mount Signal 3
location

Extremadura, Spain

phase

Construction

net mwdc

73.5

exited

N/A

Talasol
location

AZ, CA, FL, VI, TE, US, and Ontario, Canada

phase

Operational

net mwdc

352.9

exited

N/A

Coronal
location

Nevada, US

phase

Construction

net mwdc

127

exited

N/A

Citadel
location

Nevada, US

phase

Construction

net mwdc

188

exited

N/A

Core

Onshore Wind

location

Scotland, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

28.5

exited

N/A

Whiteside Hill
location

Ireland, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

21.0

exited

N/A

Dunmore
location

England, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

8.6

exited

N/A

Airfield
location

Scotland, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

6.4

exited

N/A

Middle Balbeggie
location

Northern Ireland, UK

phase

Construction

net mwdc

23.1

exited

N/A

Castlegore
location

Northern Ireland, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

14.5

exited

N/A

Seegronan
location

Northern Ireland, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

20.0

exited

N/A

Shantavny
location

Northern Ireland, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

15.0

exited

N/A

Crockandun
location

Northern Ireland, UK

phase

Operational

net mwdc

25.6

exited

N/A

Elginny

Battery Storage

location

California, US

phase

Pre-construction

net mwdc

300 / 1,200 MWh

exited

N/A

Eland
location

Nevada, US

phase

Pre-construction

net mwdc

90 / 360 MWh

exited

N/A

Townsite
location

Nevada, US

phase

Pre-construction

net mwdc

50 / 200 MWh

exited

N/A

Core
location

California, US

phase

Construction-ready

net mwdc

60 / 240 MWh

exited

N/A

California Flats
location

Nevada, US

phase

Pre-construction

net mwdc

60 / 240 MWh

exited

N/A

Citadel

asset management

CD Arevon and Arevon Energy, Capital Dynamics’ exclusive asset management affiliates operating from the US and UK, provide highly specialized asset management services for renewable energy investments across the entire project lifecycle, including:

Development & Pre-Construction

Evaluating potential acquisitions, managing late-stage development, leading procurement activities and developing the construction strategy

Construction

Managing and overseeing engineering, procurement and construction activity

Asset Management

Comprising a broad range of asset management, performance analysis, technical services, commercial, financial, accounting, audit, tax, compliance and administrative services

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Source: Capital Dynamics and CD Arevon, as at December 31, 2019. Information since inception of CEI in 2010. Environmental benefits to December 31, 2019 are calculated using actual generation of CEI assets and based on US Environmental Protection Agency Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator. Environmental benefits from January 1, 2020 are calculated using budgeted generation of CEI assets and based on US Environmental Protection Agency Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator. Information is adjusted for actual CEI portfolio generation annually.