Green Energy Chronicles
John's latest update on graft, corruption and waste in the energy sector.
Under the First Wind deal, SunEdison and TerraForm Power bought 500 megawatts of operating wind farms, 21 megawatts of operating solar farms and 1.6 gigawatts of development-stage projects. They deferred about $510 million in earn-out project payments, and about $231 million of that amount remains unpaid. That’s the amount D.E. Shaw and Madison Dearborn Capital are seeking from TerraForm Power, which also was one of the buyers and shares responsibility for the debt, according to the suit.
The case involving the First Wind deal is D.E. Shaw Composite Holdings LLC v. TerraForm Power LLC, 651752/2016, New York State Supreme Court, New York County. The other case is TerraForm Global Inc. v. SunEdison Inc., No. 12159, Delaware Chancery Court (Wilmington).