M&A opportunities in Renewable sector in India: Identifying solar and wind assets likely to be up for sale

M&A opportunities in Renewable sector in India: Identifying solar and wind assets likely to be up for sale

Date of publishing- August 2019

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M&A activity has surged substantially in last two years in Indian renewable sector. In last 1.5 years more than 2 GW of renewable assets have been acquired in India with an investment of more than USD 3 billion. Most of these assets are acquired by various PE backed companies which have big expansion plans in renewable sector in India like ReNew, CLP, IDFC Alternatives and Greenko. Big Indian Corporates like Adani, Reliance and Hinduja also are planning to grow inorganically in India and therefore are looking to buy assets to build their portfolio.

Our report will give complete overview of the factors which will drive renewable sector in India in near future and why it makes sense to invest here. The report will also give top acquirers recent deals and requirements for buying assets. There will be in-depth assessment of key assets which are/ will be up for sale in near future in renewable. Detailing profiling of key companies and their assets will be given including- company background, ownership pattern, asset location, tariff, off-taker name, reasons for exit etc.

This report will be useful for project developers, investment bankers, government organizations, equity investors as well as funding institutions. Detailed table of contents is given below.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Factors favouring investment in Indian renewable sector
    • Power Demand Supply scenario
    • Government targets and initiatives
    • Tariff trends
    • Future potential
  3. Current M&A trends in Solar and wind sector
    1. Overview of investment scenario in India
      • Equity funding
      • Debt funding
    2. Details of key deals in solar and wind sector
  4. Regulations governing M&A sector in India
    • Insolvency and bankruptcy code
    • National Company law Tribunal (NCLT)
    • Impact of Companies bill
  5. Key reasons for exiting renewable’s business
    • Lack of funds
    • Move away from non-core assets
    • Deleverage balance sheet
    • Rupee Devaluation
    • Increasing cost of capital
    • Changing regulatory scenario
    • Others
  6. Expansion plans of companies in renewable sector in India
    • Indian Corporate
    • International Companies
  7. Details of top acquirers and their requirements
    • Recently acquired asset details
    • Deal value
  8. Profiling of assets up for sale in India- Solar, Wind
    • Project location
    • PPA status
    • Plant capacity
    • Tariff
    • Power off-taker
    • Equipment used
    • Company ownership details
    • Key financials
    • Possible reasons for exit


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