Picking the Winners in the Evolving Renewable M&A Landscape

    The U.S. merger and acquisition landscape for renewable energy is maturing. It continues to be shaped by an array of ever-changing forces, the long-term impacts of which are not yet known. At the same time, the global growth of renewables means that more investors are becoming more comfortable with the sector and the appetite for renewable assets is growing.

    Among the unknowns are the extent to which recent changes to U.S. federal income tax law, as well as the imposition of tariffs on imported solar cells and modules, and steel and aluminum, will hinder renewable energy deployment. For developers and investors, tax-planning strategies are the lynchpin of renewable energy deals. 

    You’re invited to read the discoveries revealed in “Picking Winners in the Evolving Renewable Project M&A Landscape”, a whitepaper focused on the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for renewables.  

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      Partner, Renewable Energy Industry and Project Finance and Consulting Practice Leader

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