Portfolio





COMPANY

SECTOR

HEADQUARTERS

Atlantic Wind Connection

Transmission

Washington, D.C. (USA)

Bregal Energy partnered with Google, Marubeni and Elia in funding the Atlantic Wind Connection ("AWC"), which is developing a 350-mile offshore transmission backbone along the Mid-Atlantic coast using high voltage direct current ("HVDC") technology and undersea cable. This project will support the growth of a large US off-shore wind industry and help states to achieve their RPS goals. Ultimately, the transmission backbone will efficiently connect up to 6,000 MW of offshore wind generation along the Mid-Atlantic coast as well as relieve congestion and improve reliability in this transmission constrained area.

The development is being led by an experienced development team who, collectively, has a strong track record in the design, development, operational and regulatory/permitting aspects of large-scale transmission projects.

Champlin Wind

Renewables

Santa Barbara, California (USA)

Champlin focuses on developing 150 MW to 500 MW wind projects in the Western U.S. Bregal Energy's investment supports the acquisition and development of new projects as well as the advancement of Champlin's existing pipeline of projects.

Champlin manages and performs all development activities required to bring its projects from conception to construction, including siting, environmental permitting, securing transmission, contract negotiations and arranging construction and project financing.

Fortune Creek Gas Gathering and Processing

Midstream

Horn River Basin, British Columbia (Canada)

Bregal Energy invested alongside Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. in a new natural gas midstream partnership to be operated by Quicksilver Resources Inc. (NYSE: KWK), a North American oil and natural gas exploration and development company. The partnership focuses on the construction and operation of natural gas midstream infrastructure and services in the Horn River Basin in British Columbia and the Northwest Territories of Canada.

IMG Midstream

Power

Yardley, Pennsylvania (USA)

IMG Midstream is focused on the development, construction, and operation of small scale natural gas-fired electric generating projects in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Iron Mountain has offices in Yardley and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Charlotte, North Carolina. Utilizing the increased natural gas supply from the Marcellus Shale, the Company seeks to enhance electric grid reliability, to generate low-cost power, and to create new supply markets for gas producers.

The IMG Midstream team has significant experience in natural gas power generation development, engineering, construction, transmission, and asset management.

Inflection Energy

Exploration & Production

Denver, Colorado (USA)

Inflection Energy is focused on the exploration and production of natural gas resources in the Appalachian region. Inflection is headquartered in Denver, Colorado and has offices in Pittsburgh and Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Inflection team is committed to protecting the environment and in minimizing surface disturbance when conducting natural gas activities on royalty owner's lands. Inflection meets or exceeds best-in-class standards when drilling and completing its wells, and highly values the Company's relationships with landowners, communities, and governments, who are its partners in the efficient and orderly development of their natural resources.

Sequoia Energy

Renewables

Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada)

Sequoia Energy Inc. is a leading Canadian renewable energy project developer. Sequoia is focused on utility-scale run-of-the-river hydro, wind and solar power projects across Canada and in the U.S. Midwest. Sequoia manages and performs all activities required to bring its projects from conception to construction. This work includes assessing market opportunities, siting, permitting, securing transmission, negotiating power purchase and engineering & construction contracts, and securing project financing.

SolarReserve

Renewables

Santa Monica, California (USA)

SolarReserve Inc., was formed under collaboration between United Technologies Corporation (UTC), a Dow 30 conglomerate, and US Renewables Group, a private equity firm focused exclusively on renewable energy. SolarReserve holds the exclusive worldwide license to build state-of-the-art Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plants that use equipment manufactured by UTC's subsidiary, Hamilton Sundstrand Rocketdyne. These power plants can generate electricity 24 hours a day by utilizing molten salt to power steam-driven turbines that generate fully dispatchable electricity.

Since its formation in late 2007, SolarReserve's team has assembled a CSP development portfolio of more than 25 projects featuring its licensed solar power technology with potential output of more than 3,000 megawatts in the United States and Europe; with early stage activities in other international markets including the Middle East, North and South Africa, Australia, China, India and Latin America. SolarReserve is also developing more than 1,100 MW of photovoltaic projects across the United States, and is actively acquiring new sites to add to the pipeline in the US and overseas.