Summary of Report -
This study includes analysis of all the renewable energy and clean technology M&A deal activity in North America since 2005. This study seeks to find the following answers as part of its comprehensive and detailed analysis:
The sectors which are showing the most promise
The countries that have the most congenial environment for the success of potential M&A deals
The type of investment should the investor make
The fair value of acquisition for a company
Factors driving the M&A market
When an investor should invest in these technologies and a good Time frame of investments?
This research service analyzes the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals in the renewable energy market with special focus on North America.
The base year for this study is 2011 and the study period is 2005-2011.
This study considers deals in solar technologies that are used for power generation, and excludes other applications.
Deal values are stated as the consideration value announced or reported, including any assumption of debt and liabilities. Figures relate to the actual stake purchased and are not grossed up to xxx percent.
In this research service, the renewable energy market is segmented based on the source from which the energy is derived. A detailed analysis of the investment deals from an investment perspective and the underlying strategy is given for the following:
Scope of Study
This study includes analysis of all the renewable energy and clean technology M&A deal activity in North America. This report examines the rationale behind the overall trends and the key individual deals in the renewable energy sector. Frost & Sullivan defines renewable energy deals as those relating to these sectors: solar, wind, biofuels, biomass, geothermal, hydroelectric, and marine. Renewable energy deals relate to the acquisition of:
Operating projects involved in the production of renewable energy
Companies manufacturing equipment for the renewable energy sector
We also deal with five case studies specific to the M&A activity in North America.
Mergers & Acquisitions in Renewable Energy in North Americ: Engineering a Brighter and Greener Future, is available at: