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Low Carbon Infrastructure

Our expertise

With renewable energy representing the lowest cost of energy across most markets, deepening social pressure to decarbonize, and a global energy crisis, there is unprecedented momentum behind the energy transition. Global renewable power capacity is expected to grow by ~2,400 gigawatts in the next five years based on robust policy support, cost competitiveness and strong corporate demand. Further, global energy storage capacity additions are projected to reach 88 GW per annum by 2030.

Nomura Greentech has executed many of the landmark low carbon clean infrastructure transactions defining the global industry, including having advised on transactions representing >225 GW of renewable energy capacity across six continents.

industry verticals

Multi-technology focus across solar, wind and storage – including utility-scale and C&I / DG applications – provides unparalleled industry insight and sector-specific expertise to best serve our clients

Utility Scale Solar
  • Utility-scale solar developers, owners and operators

  • Including renewable IPPs, YieldCos, renewable developers and utilities

Onshore Wind
  • Onshore wind developers, owners and operators

Offshore Wind
  • Offshore wind developers, owners and operators

Energy Storage
  • Standalone storage

  • Co-located storage

  • Storage developers, owners and operators

Behind-the-Meter Solar
  • Onsite generation via residential and commercial solar

  • Behind-the-meter energy storage

  • Hydroelectric power that uses moving water to generate electricity

  • Continuous thermal energy utilizing heat from the earth

  • Renewable energy resource derived from plant and algae-based materials