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Greenbuddies Consulting works together with our customers on acquisition and divestment strategies as well as preparation and implementation of successful transactions in the area of Renewable energy sources across various European business cultures.


We build on international advisory and business development
track record of the company partners and focus on:

• Acquisition of companies or business units
• Divestment of companies or business units

Transaction Support

A successful investment into Renewable assets begins with a clear understanding of target sectors of interest, related to an investment strategy. Next step is systematic lead generation and thorough assessment of the PV Solar, Wind, Hydro or Biogas/biomass assets. Once a promising target is identified, the quality of the due diligence process becomes a key factor. We deliver Technical, Financial & Tax as well as Legal due diligence. As the assets come from various company cultures we act so the transaction flows smoothly.


Identification of opportunities
  • Teaser elaboration including DCF model calculations
  • Identification of business opportunities/potential buyers according to parameters defined by the client.
  • Preparation of preliminary SWOT analysis of the opportunities before proceeding with the business
Acquisition phase
  • Preparation of a schedule and budget of the future transaction.
  • Account management of the seller-buyer relationship.
  • Organization of a tender for suppliers of different Due Diligence (DD) tasks.
  • Representation of the client in communication with prospective sellers/buyers.
  • Participation in the negotiation of the business case according to the instructions of the client.
  • Providing translations of important documents.
  • Opening virtual DD data room,
  • Contracting the technical examination (“TDD”), performing legal examination of the assets as well as the regulatory framework (“LDD”) and verification of tax, financial and accounting aspects of the future transaction (“FDD”).
  • Providing the client with recommendations for measures and next steps to be taken in the future transaction.
  • Identification of finance/refinance options of the assets within the business case.
  • Leading negotiation with the bank regarding possible acquisition funding
  • SPA and ESCROW negotiation
Operation of assets under the new ownership
  • An interim analysis of the assets and its functionalities, development of recommendations for possible improvement.
  • Asset management.
  • Organization of tenders for operation and maintenance.
  • Operations and Maintenance supervision.


Sooner or later, every private investment will culminate in an exit—either the sale of the asset to another company or an IPO on the public capital markets. Exit is an all-important moment that, if successful, will leverage the value the private equity firm has created, thereby justifying the original investment decision. Planning exit strategy doesn’t start at the moment of sale. Private equity owners need to think about the exit a good 18-24 months ahead of time and start making moves today that will position the assets for sale in the future.