CohnReznick Capital Advises Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners in Raising Tax Equity for the 347MW Greasewood Project
We are pleased to share that an affiliate of Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners P/S (“CIP”), a fund management company with seven energy infrastructure funds and more than EUR 10 billion in commitments under management, has closed on a tax equity investment from Bank of America for a 347MW utility-scale solar project in Texas.
CohnReznick Capital acted as exclusive financial advisor to CIP on the transaction.
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“CIP is a premier organization, and we’re honored to support its commitment to developing high-quality solar projects in the U.S.,” said Conor McKenna, Senior Managing Director at Cohnreznick Capital. “We are very proud to be a part of this transaction, which further illustrates how we can work with great sponsors and investors to secure tax equity financing in a challenging market.”
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