Renewable energy - US M&A activity is increasing
Renewables power move further into mainstream
US wind and solar mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity increasing appears to be poised for continued growth as investor interest flourishes and renewables move further into the mainstream. With 2014 market developments, policy, activity and drivers and an outlook for 2015 and beyond.
Renewable mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity
The renewable mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity revved up in 2014 despite continuing headwinds in the form of lackluster US electricity demand growth and competition from domestic natural gas. Renewable power is fast-becoming a mainstream energy source as opposed to an alternative one. US wind and solar M&A activity increased largely due to financing innovations, rapidly declining costs, and pending tax credit deadlines, as well as increasing investor confidence in wind and solar technologies.
Explore the report for an overview of 2014 activity and drivers, policy, and market developments with an outlook for 2015 and beyond.
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