Aleph Capital | Aleph Renovables Mexico
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Aleph Capital recently established a new private investment fund that invests in renewable energy projects in Mexico, taking advantage of the favorable outlook of the Mexican economy and the emerging investment opportunity in the sector.

Aleph Renovables México, F.C.R.
PRIVATE EQUITY FUND | MEXICO

OBJECTIVE

Invest exclusively in renewable power generation projects (PV solar, wind and co-generation) in Mexico.
Proceeds contributed used to fund continued growth of the Fund via the acquisition, development and construction of renewable energy projects.

FUNDS

€45M committed, GP’s commitment accounts for €20m
c.50% co-investment with other partners, targeted gross returns c.15%-20%

MARKET MOMENTUM

Favorable and stable macroeconomic outlook and regulatory framework
Low penetration in the country of renewable energy (c.4%) and high tariffs with upside potential
Large companies seek higher visibility/protection on rising energy prices via PPAs initiatives

STRATEGY

Value based strategy to maximize shareholders’ returns on invested capital
Invest in solar PV/Wind projects in Mexico at different development stages
Project sizes in the range of 25–40 MW per project. $10-20 MM equity per investment
Possibility to apply project finance structures (c.75%/25% leverage) and PPAs structures
Divestments planned at the operational phase (c.2-4yrs) with target returns above 15%

CREDENTIALS

SOLAR MEXICO (6x) SPVs

Solar energy plant in Sonora, Mexico.
Power Capability: 180MW
Construction Year: 2014. Development phase

WIND MEXICO (3x) SPVs

Wind energy plant in Sonora, Mexico.
Power Capability: 306MW
Construction Year: 2014. Development phase

Aleph Capital, currently manages a Fund that invests in Mexico in the development and operation of solar/wind powergeneration plants for its clients base via Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) sector.