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Solarcentury is a UK-based solar company having developed over 1.6 gigawatt of renewable energy assets across four continents, with a strategy to “grow globally and “downstream”, by becoming an investor, asset owner, and operator in the utility scale PV solar projects. To do so it embarked on a strategic process to form joint venture partnerships with one or more institutional investors who would become the majority owner of projects acquired from Solarcentury, with Solarcentury acting as minority owner, operator and asset manager.
Working closely with the Solarcentury, Mazars developed a suite of models in relation to Solarcentury’s strategic expansion. The models were:
Later, Mazars also developed a corporate strategy model to forecast the expansion of the group, choose the development strategy and plan dividends and cash movements between group entities to maintain liquidity. The model provided a high-level, five year forecast of seven portfolio companies and the potential pipeline of known and hypothetical developments.
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