Vector Cuatro, advisor on the selling of a 5 MW operational PV plant in Spain

VC Transaction Services team has worked as the sell-side transaction advisor on the selling process, since the initial structuring (June 2017) until the final closing (October 2017), of a 5 MW operational PV project located in Albacete (Spain).

Vector Cuatro has provided advisory services during the selling process of the project (5MW, Albacete) leading the transaction from the investors scouting, preparation of all transaction documents, coordination of the DD process with potential buyers, communication with the bank and negotiation and closing of the terms and conditions under the Sale and Purchase Agreement.

At the end of June, the Transaction Services department received the mandate to launch and lead the selling process that finally took place last October 11th for a final amount over 30 million Euros (Enterprise Value).

Since its foundation in 2007Vector Cuatro has been a leading advisor in the renewable energy transactions (selling and acquisitions) as well as in the financing and refinancing of renewable energy projects worldwide, taking as a competitive advantage its knowledge of the main players in the sector and its experience in the management of renewable energy facilities.

Through its three service lines (Asset Management, Engineering and Transactions), Vector Cuatro has carried out more than 600 projects in Europe, America, Asia and Middle East. It has over 1.7 GW of power under management, 4 GW in financial advice and counts with a track record of 22 GW throughout the entire value chain of the projects. In September 2014, the company was incorporated into the Italian Falck Renewables Group (FKR.MI), a leading player in the European renewable energy industry and listed at the Milan Stock Exchange.

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