Finergy advised on the successful sale of a portfolio of operating hydroelectric plants for a 2,0 MW capacity and average yearly production of about 6.3 GWhand five new authorisations for greenfield hydroelectric plants. Gea.siste Group acquired 100% quotas of MairaS.r.l., an Italian company holding and operating a 2,0 MW hydro plants’ and developed new hydro projects for atotal 5MW capacity. The plants are located in Northern, in the region Piedmont, Cuneo and Turin districts. Finergy acted as exclusive seller side advisor, with legal assistance of Emilio Sani, partner ofMacchi di CellereGangemi law firm in Milan.
On top of the execution of the acquisition of the plants, Finergy assisted its clients in managing the transfer of the outstanding leasing financing to the buyer.
Finergy (www.finergy.eu) is an advisory firm specialized in M&A in renewable energy assets (solar PV, biomass and biogas, wind and hydro), conventional thermal power generation, utilities and regulated industries. We operate in structuring financial deals in renewables, as financial and technical advisor to banks and financial institutions on new energy projects and in strategic development in energy sector abroad.
Finergy leverages on a multidisciplinary and specilaised team of professionals with investment banking expertise, technical as well as evaluation skills, and capacity in structuring and executing M&A transactions and in arranging project financing.
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Thanks to its partnership with Omron (www.omron.eu), Japanese multinational corporation in industrial automation and electrical components’ equipment, Finergy helds a joint speech at Solar Asset Management Europe, the industry event that gathers in Milan for 2 days hundreds of sector experts and professionals from PV industry.
In his speech Mr. Stefano Indigenti, CEO at Finergy. Introduces with Omron some feasible financial tools to handle the production losses and recover efficiency in PV plants with technical problems like PID (Potential Induced Degradation). Finergy approach is innovative and dynamic and aims at elaborating innovative financial solutions for PV sector also useful for energy efficiency interventions
Finergy advised on the successful sale of the majority stake of a 2,1 MW solar photovoltaic plant operating in Italy. Solarfast S.p.A. from Bergamo (Italy) purchased from three shareholders the 77,8% stake of Parco del Sole S.r.l, an Italian company holding and operating a 2,1 MW ground mounted PV plant near Modena in Northern Italy. Finergy acted as exclusive seller side advisor.
On top of the execution of the acquisition of the plant, Finergy assisted its clients in managing the transfer of the outstanding leasing financing to the buyer.
Finergy attends as speaker Qualenergia workshop “Investing in existing PV assets in Italy” held on 28 November 2014 in Rome, Ara Pacis convention hall.
Stefano Indigenti, CEO at Finergy, speaks about “the impact on financial return on investments in PV after the Decree on FIT cut Spalma Incentivi (Law 11 August 2014, n. 116). In his speech Mr. Indigenti gives a view at recent regulation changes affecting negatively the investments in PV, the financial rates affected by FIT cut decree, comments on two real case studies of PV plants after FIT cut, gives suggestion on how to handle this shift in returns vis a vis banks and some hints on possible remedies to mitigate the downfall in return for investors.
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