Foss & Company and Korea Electric Power Corporation Close On Approximately $50 Million Tax Equity Partnership for 60 MWdc Photovoltaic Power Plant


Foss & Company, a leading institutional investment fund sponsor, announced today that it closed on a tax equity partnership with Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) for approximately $50 million of investment. The investment will fund Mangilao Solar, a 60 MWdc photovoltaic power plant with a 32 MWh battery energy storage system located in Mangilao, Guam.

“Foss & Company is proud to partner with KEPCO on this impactful solar power plant,” said Bryen Alperin, Director of Renewable Energy & Sustainable Technologies, Foss & Company. “Currently, Guam mostly relies on fuel oil and diesel for its gross electric generation. Once operational, the solar power plant will expand access to low-cost clean electricity for the island of Guam.

KEPCO Mangilao Solar, a subsidiary of KEPCO located in Guam, started construction on the project in 2020 and expects it to achieve commercial operation in 2022. Foss & Company and KEPCO look forward to continued partnership to expand their renewable energy portfolio.

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