Readers could have seen your ad here when reading this story. Email retailenergyx@gmail.com
       Events        Jobs        Contact        Migration Stats        Supplier Lists        Municipal Aggregation


ECP To Sell Wheelabrator Technologies To Macquarie Infrastructure Partners

October 03,2018



Energy Capital Partners ("ECP") has entered into a definitive agreement to sell Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. ("Wheelabrator", or "the Company"), an owner and operator of waste-to-energy ("WtE") facilities, to Macquarie Infrastructure Partners ("MIP"), which operates within the Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets ("MIRA") division of Macquarie Group. MIP will make the investment through one of its managed funds.

Wheelabrator currently has a platform of 26 assets located in the U.S. and the U.K., including 19 WtE facilities (three under construction), three independent power plants and four ash monofills.

The transaction is subject to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, Federal Communications Commission and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection approvals and other customary closing conditions, and is expected to close in Q1 2019.

Tags:
Energy Capital Partners   M&A   Wheelabrator Technologies   Macquarie  

Comment on this story


ADVERTISEMENT
NEW Jobs on RetailEnergyJobs.com
Business-Development-Manager -- Retail Supplier -- Texas - Houston
Business-Development-Manager -- Agent, Broker, Consultant -- New Jersey
Energy-Sales-Broker -- Agent, Broker, Consultant -- Pennsylvania
Retail-Energy-Channel-Manager -- Retail Supplier -- New York
Chief-Operating-Officer -- Retail Supplier -- New York


More Stories on RetailEnergyX.com:
Mitsubishi Purchases Stake In Retail Energy Supplier, Will Accelerate Supplier's Expansion
Clearway Energy Exercises Backstop With GIP For Carlsbad Energy Center
AEP Competitive Sub. To Purchase Wind Assets From Sempra
The Hour: After Jettisoning Jobs, Crius Takes $436M Buyout
├śrsted, Eversource Enter 50-50 Partnership Agreement On Offshore Wind Assets In Northeast


comments powered by Disqus





Advertise here:
Email retailenergyx@gmail.com


Events Jobs Contact Migration Stats Supplier Lists Municipal Aggregation

About Disclaimer Privacy Terms of Service

Home


Developed by: Avidweb Technologies inc.