ALLENTOWN, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Energy Power Partners (EPP), a renewable energy-focused private market firm, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of LES Project Holdings, LLC (LESPH) from affiliates of Aria Energy.
LESPH consists of a portfolio of 16 operating landfill gas-to-energy projects in Michigan, New Jersey, Florida, California, Utah, North Carolina and Virginia, with a total of 90 megawatts of nameplate generating capacity. The projects sell renewable electricity to investment grade utilities under long-term contracts. The operating team managing the LESPH assets has transitioned to EPP’s operating affiliate, EPP Service Company, LLC, as part of the transaction.
EPP developed, owns and operates a microgrid facility that supports The Authority’s (formerly the Cumberland County Improvement Authority) economic and sustainability objectives through a combination of renewable energy, cogeneration, landfill leachate evaporation, and electrical infrastructure assets.
EPP acquired and redeveloped the Eastern landfill gas-to-energy project, formed a public-private partnership with Baltimore County, and now provides the County with a reliable renewable energy supply fueled by the landfill’s captured methane.
EPP and Camden County partnered for a fourth time to turn otherwise unusable land into a renewable energy generation resource, adding a solar project to the capped portion of the Pennsauken Sanitary Landfill.
SANTA MONICA, CA – Energy Power Partners (EPP), a clean power-focused private equity and infrastructure firm, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Talen Renewable Energy, LLC from Talen Energy. Owned by PPL Corporation prior to the establishment of Talen Energy in June 2015, Talen Renewable Energy consists of a portfolio of 25 utility-grade clean power projects in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Vermont and New Hampshire, with a total of 65 megawatts of nameplate generating capacity. The portfolio includes landfill gas-to-energy, solar, wind and cogeneration projects. Talen Renewable Energy’s full staff has transitioned to EPP as part of the […]
Energy Power Partners (EPP), a clean power-focused private equity and infrastructure firm, announced that it has completed its acquisition of the McCommas Bluff renewable natural gas production facility located in Dallas, Texas. EPP purchased majority interests from Clean Energy Fuels, with the remaining interests retained by Cambrian Energy, a long-time strategic partner in the McCommas Bluff project and to EPP. The McCommas Bluff facility is one of the largest landfill gas to pipeline quality facilities in the United States, with a processing capacity of 15 million cubic feet per day. The project has exclusive rights to all gas produced by […]
LOS ANGELES, CA – September 30, 2013 – A fund managed by Energy Power Partners (“EPP”) announces the successful expansion of its operating power generation facility located at the Otay Landfill near San Diego, CA. The expansion was completed in August 2013 and will significantly improve the overall utilization of renewable natural gas produced at the landfill. The project, which sells 100% of its renewable power under long term contracts with an investment grade utility, is strategically located at one of the largest open landfills in California and includes additional expansion capacity. The project was initially acquired in November 2011. […]
LOS ANGELES, CA – December 31, 2012 – A fund managed by Energy Power Partners (“EPP”) has announced the acquisition of interests in three operating landfill gas-to-energy (LFGTE) projects located in Indiana, Maryland, and Mississippi. The projects currently sell renewable gas under long term contracts to major regional off-takers. LFG generated by the landfill sites is currently underutilized and the acquisition includes the right to use all the LFG produced at the landfills for future expansions. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. “We are excited to build upon our existing partnerships as we continue to strengthen our North American […]