Shell and SoftBank may bid for Equis Energy

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Shell and SoftBank have also joined the race for buying Equis Energy, Asia’s largest independent renewable energy producer valued at up to $5 billion. Japanese trading companies, global pension funds and buyout firms are also in the fray to buy this Singapore base company.

Equis owns a portfolio of 97 projects comprising solar, wind and hydro generation assets spread across countries including Japan, India, Philippines and Australia. It is part of Equis Funds Group, which has raised $2.7 billion in equity from global investors for infrastructure investments, mostly in renewables, over the past five years.

As told to your earlier in a separate story on our website Engis, the French energy major has shown interest in acquiring the Indian renewable assets of Equis. First-round bids for Equis are due this week, said the sources.


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