- AGEL has transferred 205 MW operating solar assets to its JV with TOTAL for EV of INR 1,632 Cr
- The acquisition takes the total operating renewable portfolio under the JV to 2,353 MW
- TOTAL has invested INR 310 Cr in the JV pursuant to the transaction
- AGEL had, earlier in the month, announced completion of the acquisition of the assets from Essel Group
Ahmedabad, October 15, 2020: Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) and TOTAL SA (TOTAL) had formed a 50:50 JV for 2,148 MW solar power assets in India, which was setup at an enterprise valuation of INR 17,385 Cr in April 2020. The JV has today completed another acquisition as per JV agreement, by way of transfer of 205 MW of operating solar assets for an enterprise valuation of INR 1,632 Cr. With the acquisition, the total operating renewable portfolio under the JV stands at 2,353 MW.
TOTAL, through its step-down subsidiary has invested INR 310 Cr in the JV for 50% stake in the new acquisition. AGEL had earlier announced acquisition of these assets from Essel Group on 01 Oct 2020. The assets are located in Punjab, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh. All the assets have long term Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with various state electricity distribution companies. The portfolio is relatively young with average remaining PPA life of approximately 21 years.
The transaction underlines AGEL’s and TOTAL’s commitment to grow the JV platform and deepens their partnership in the renewables space. The assets expand the JV’s footprint in states where it already has a presence through its existing portfolio. This coupled with AGEL’s strong operational expertise will help deliver value to the JV partners.
Adani Group Chairman, Mr. Gautam Adani, commented; “India continues to be one of the most attractive markets for clean energy globally. We are delighted to expand our partnership with TOTAL and are committed to grow our renewables JV platform with them. This step is in line with our ambition of achieving 25 GW of renewable power capacity by 2025 and becoming the world’s largest renewable power company by 2030.”