Renewable Energy transaction experience
In transacted assets
Professionals in Europe
Why work with JLL
Our competitive advantages provide added value to our clients
Access to global capital markets
Global network of investors and funders, including equity investors and debt providers.
Knowledge of the renewable market
100 years of experience accumulated by the team in renewable energy, deep understanding of various renewable technologies: solar, wind, batteries, AD, EfW, etc.
Diverse and exclusive team
Exclusive team 100% dedicated to renewable energy transactions and financing, varied experience: former renewable energy developers, engineers, accountants, energy traders, etc.
We facilitate complex transactions
We find creative solutions to complex transactions or financing thanks to our extensive experience in M&A in capital markets.
Rooftop solar PV
Set objectives and portfolio review
Desktop solar opportunities mapping aligned to sustainability agenda
Discuss financing options
Review portfolio and identify high priority sites
Define strategy and key objectives
Indicative design and feasibility study
Gather site information and energy usage data
Indicative quote and design
Financial and environmental benefits
Competitive bid process and commercial review
Drafting tender documents
Invite suitable firms to respond
Evaluate proposals received
Presentation of tender results and selection of preferred contractor
Site investigations and procurement
Oversee contracting and site investigations
Review diligence findings and advise on any material issues identified
Liaise with preferred contractor through to commissioning
Define and Implement O&M strategy
Determine success metrics and incorporate into carbon reporting
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Entering a new market is always challenging, especially in an increasingly competitive environment. By far the most developed in the world, UK’s offshore wind industry is attracting new entrants seeking to gain know-how. JLL helped J-Power navigate successfully the competitive bid process and enter the European offshore wind market by acquiring a 25% share of 860MW Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm.
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Renewable energy assets are increasingly being built without any subsidies. The lack of certainty of cash flows which were previously underpinned by government subsidies brings more challenges and complexity for developers and investors alike.
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In an evolving energy marketplace there is plenty of opportunity to disrupt the status quo. The recently reformed Irish energy market and changing dynamics in the UK electricity sector has created opportunities for new entrants to trade power and introduce new balancing management products and services.