We advised Volkswind GmbH, a subsidiary of Switzerland’s Axpo Holding AG, on its sale of three French wind farms with a combined capacity of 72 MW.
The funds raised will support the growth of Eléments’ energy production, with a target of 1 GW in construction and operation by 2030 and at expanding its business at regional level in France and in Italy, Finland and Germany, where it already operates.
The portfolio comprises a total of nine wind parks and two solar parks.
Terres d’Energie Développement is a platform dedicated to the development of solar and wind projects in France.
WFW advises Societe Generale and Unifergie on refinancing of 12 photovoltaic power plants for M.E.R.27 April 2023
Operational for over six years, the portfolio has a total capacity of circa 100 MW.
WFW advises Tikehau Capital on a €50m investment programme for agri-PV project with NovaFrance Energy26 September 2022
Tikehau Capital’s Green Assets impact fund will finance a programme under which NovaFrance Energy will install photovoltaic arrays for 5,000 poultry shelters on French farm.
WFW advises on LEFGL French pilot floating offshore wind farm financing and due diligence21 June 2022
The project is being developed by OW, a joint venture between Engie and EDP Renewables.
WFW advises Crédit Agricole Group, Bpifrance and CEPAC on €300m refinancing of 200 MW renewable energy portfolios4 April 2022
The project sponsors were Valeco, investment fund Mirova and GEG (Gaz Electricité de Grenoble), with Astris Finance acting as their financial adviser.
WFW advises Bpifrance, IDIA Capital Investissement and founders of Apex Energies on latter’s acquisition by Macquarie8 March 2022
Apex Energies aims to secure 1 GW of project capacity by 2025 and Macquarie will support its ambition to become a top independent solar power producer in France.
WFW advises Commerz Real impact fund klimaVest on French electricity market entry with wind farm acquisition12 November 2021
We advised klimaVest, Commerz Real’s impact fund, on its acquisition of the Tout Vent wind farm from renewable energy developer BayWa r.e. This is Commerz Real’s first investment in the French renewable energy market.