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Weekly renewables M&A round-up (Feb 10-14)

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February 14 (Renewables Now) - Renewables Now covered M&A stories related to Total, EDF, EDPR and others over the past two weeks. Below is the full list of deals:

-- Clenergy unloads 65-MWp under-construction solar park to Obton

Solar energy company Clenergy (Xiamen) Technology Co (SHA:603628) has finalised the sale of a 65-MWp solar photovoltaic (PV) project that is being built in northern Germany.

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-- PSC Consulting acquires power system business to boost European ops

New Zealand-based consultancy firm PSC has continued its European expansion with the acquisition of the UK-based power system business of Danish engineering and design consulting services firm Ramboll Group A/S.

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-- Gunkul Engineering acquires 60 MW of solar in Vietnam

Thailand-based Gunkul Engineering Pcl (BKK:GUNKUL) announced the purchase of two solar power farms in Vietnam with a combined capacity of 60 MWp.

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-- Google backs out from Lake Turkana wind farm stake buy - report

Internet giant Google has dropped plans to buy Vestas Wind Systems A/S’ (CPH:VWS) 12.5% stake in the  310-MW Lake Turkana Wind Power plant in Kenya, Reuters reports.

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-- Total to develop 2 GW of solar projects in Spain

French energy group Total SA (EPA:FP) said it has entered the Spanish solar market with two deals for the development of projects with a combined capacity of about 2 GW.

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-- Total, PSA group's EV battery venture gets EC nod

The European Commission (EC) has given its approval to a joint venture that French energy major Total SA (EPA:FP), through its battery manufacturer Saft, and car maker Groupe PSA (EPA:UG) recently proposed to form to develop and produce batteries for electric vehicles (EVs).

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-- Cubico buys, achieves fin close on 102-MW solar project in S Carolina

Cubico Sustainable Investments has purchased a 102-MW solar project in South Carolina and secured the needed financing for its construction.

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-- South Carolina favours 3 options for state utility, incl sale to NextEra

South Carolina lawmakers are reviewing three proposals for the future of debt-laden utility Santee Cooper, including an acquisition proposal by NextEra Energy Inc (NYSE:NEE).

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-- EDF takes 50% stake in 1-GW Irish offshore wind project

EDF Renewables has purchased a 50% stake in a wind project with a capacity of around 1 GW to be located off the Irish shore from Hazel Shore Limited, French utility EDF (EPA:EDF) announced.

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-- EDPR finalises sale of 137-MW Brazilian wind farm to Actis

EDP Renovaveis SA (ELI:EDPR) is officially no longer the owner of the 137-MW Babilonia wind farm in Brazil after announcing it had completed its sale to an affiliate of private equity investor Actis.

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-- EC approves Mitsubishi, Chubu's purchase of Eneco

The European Commission announced its approval of the acquisition of Netherlands-based energy company Eneco by Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp (TYO:8058) and Chubu Electric Power Co Inc (TYO:9502).

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-- New investor buys into German wind project developer PNE - report

Following a failed attempt by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners (MSIP) to take over and delist the company, a new investor has reportedly bought a stake in German wind project developer PNE AG (ETR:PNE3).

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-- Israel's Noy Fund buys stake in 421-MW PV portfolio in Spain

Israel’s Noy Infrastructure & Energy Investment Fund has acquired a majority stake in a 421-MW solar photovoltaic (PV) portfolio in Spain from UK’s Hive Energy and White Light Energy.

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-- EDF takes majority stake in UK EV charging co Pod Point

French utility EDF (EPA:EDF) announced the purchase of a majority stake in Pod Point, a UK-based provider of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (EV).

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-- Banpu invests USD 72m in Sunseap

Thailand-based energy solutions company Banpu PCL (BKK:BANPU) has invested SGD 100 million in Sunseap Group Pte Ltd, the Singapore-based clean energy provider said.

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-- Japan's Itochu invests in UK Winch Energy

UK off-grid renewable energy developer Winch Energy Ltd announced an investment from Japanese trading company Itochu Corp (TYO:8001) which it will use to fund projects and future development needs.

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-- Germany's HEP teams up with Solops for C&I solar in US

German clean energy fund HEP Kapitalverwaltung AG has partnered with New Jersey-based commercial and industrial (C&I) solar developer Solops LLC as it seeks to grow its footprint in the US distributed solar market.

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