Deals this week: Voltalia, Allianz Capital Partners, Canadian Solar, and Tesla Motors


Voltalia has announced its intention to raise €170m ($186.47m) through issuance of warrants for the purpose of funding its expansion.

Allianz Capital Partners has acquired two windfarms in Lapland and North Ostrobothnia in Finland from a fund managed by Impax Asset Management Group.

The two assets have a combined installed capacity of 107.7MW, incorporating 35 turbines supplied by Vestas and Nordex.

White & Casein was the legal advisor and Augusta & Co was the financial advisor for the transaction.

Canadian Solar has reached an agreement to acquire Suzlon Energy's 49% stake in Avighna Solarfarms and Amun Solarfarms.

The two special purpose vehicles (SPV) hold the rights to develop two 15MWe solar power plants in Ramannapet and Kamareddy within Telangana, India.

These plants are scheduled for commissioning in 2017 and the output will be sold to Telangana Southern Power Distribution Company and Telangana Northern Power Distribution Company respectively.

Tesla Motors and Panasonic Corporation have entered a non-binding letter of intent (LOI) to manufacture solar photovoltaic (PV) cell and modules in Buffalo, New York, US.

The two parties intend to start production in 2017 and Tesla Motors will provide a long-term purchase commitment for the products to complement its residential and commercial-grade energy storage products Powerwall and Powerpack.