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Excelsior Energy Aims to Become a Renewable-Energy Aggregator

Excelsior Energy Capital is deploying its $504 million debut fund by investing in renewable energy assets in a strategy that has something in common with traditional-energy investing: consolidate acquisitions and hope to gain from selling the bundles to larger buyers.

“We have this strategy of acquiring and aggregating 25 to 40 middle-market solar and wind portfolios,” said Christopher Moakley, Excelsior’s managing partner. Each portfolio has an average total generating capacity of 10 megawatts to 80 megawatts.


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