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Clean Energy Infrastructure
We invest in high-quality, utility-scale clean energy assets in North America and Europe, focusing on opportunities with long-term contracted revenues. Projects include solar, wind, biomass, conventional gas generation and waste gas-fueled power generation. With our broad exposure to power markets across geographies and technologies, we are well-positioned to identify, assess and capitalize on opportunities.
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.
clean energy infrastructure portfolio
Our portfolio includes approximately 4.7 GW of power generation across more than 100 projects.
AZ, CA, CO, MD, MA, NJ, PA, VI, VT, USphase
North Carolina, USphase
Kings Mountain Energy Center
Middletown Energy Center
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
Managing and overseeing engineering, procurement and construction activity
Comprising a broad range of asset management, performance analysis, technical services, commercial, financial, accounting, audit, tax, compliance and administrative services
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