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Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Inc. (“Hannon Armstrong,” “we,” “our” or the “Company;” NYSE: HASI), a leading sustainable infrastructure investor, today announced a $144 millioninvestment in a portfolio of 10 operating wind projects owned by an affiliate of JP Morgan Chase & Co (“JP Morgan”). The transaction enables Hannon Armstrong to participate in the priority cash flows associated with these wind projects. Hannon Armstrong also raised $115 million of new fixed-rate non-recourse debt from Bank of America, N.A, using the investment as collateral. “We have acquired a seasoned and diversified portfolio of cash flows from unlevered operating wind projects, where [...]
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Reinvigorating its long-standing commitment to China, Vestas announced today a new strategy to secure profitable growth in the world's largest wind energy market. The Chinese wind market is making a fundamental shift away from prioritising low upfront capital costs toward a focus on life-time cost of energy considerations. Coupled with an additional shift toward low-wind sites, Vestas is well-positioned to succeed. Speaking in Beijing, Vestas CEO Anders Runevad says,“These changes in the China market play to Vestas' core strengths in technology leadership and service innovation. They create new opportunities for Vestas to lower the cost of energy and increase business case [...]
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Hanwha SolarOne Co. Ltd., a top-10 global photovoltaic manufacturer of high-quality, cost-competitive solar modules, has signed a deal with O2 Energies to supply 17 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules for three solar projects in North Carolina. The supply deal will include Hanwha SolarOne's new S Series modules. “Hanwha SolarOne is thrilled to have O2 Energies as a partner in North Carolina,” said Steve Kang, president of Hanwha SolarOne USA. “We are focused on expanding our presence in new regions around the U.S. as we pursue growth in the North American utility sector.” The modules will be used at O2 Energies' [...]
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