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Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. owns and operates renewable energy generation facilities across North America, Europe, Asia and South America.
It is one of the principal subsidiaries of Brookfield Asset Management Inc, which owns a diversified portfolio of alternative assets.
Other affiliates of the corporation are:
• Brookfield Business Partners L.P.
• Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P.
• Brookfield Property Partners L.P.
The company owns nearly 6,000 energy generating facilities, including wind farms, solar energy and hydroelectricity plants.
In addition, it also focuses on developing and managing high-quality assets.
Brookfield Renewable operates through an extensive network in around 30 countries.
The company invests in renewable assets directly or through partnerships/joint venture. The assets have a capacity of 19,000 megawatts (MW), the company claims.
Other renewable power assets include low-cost hydroelectric, wind, solar and storage power facilities throughout North America.
The company operates nearly 51 operating wind farms and a 1,000 megawatts development pipeline infrastructure in Ireland, Spain, United Kingdom and Portugal.
Brookfield Renewable reportedly has over 21 gigawatts operating assets in four continents:
• Europe: 3,900 MW
• South America: 5,400 MW
• Asia: 1,100 MW
• North America: 10,200 MW
The company is presently focusing on energy transition and decarbonization investments, which include the following activities:
• Distributed generation
• Storage and flexible capacity
• Green hydrogen
• utility transformation
Brookfield Renewable Partners caters to multiple sectors such as utilities, technology, financial services, industrials and manufacturing, even other energy companies.
It claims to be one of the largest developers and owners of commercial and industrial (C&I) distributed generation solar energy in the United States.
In Asia Pacific Region, Brookfield Asset Management’s portfolio includes renewable power plants, infrastructure, real estate and private equities.
Environment-friendly resources include wind energy, agricultural waste, solar energy, biomass energy, hydroelectricity, etc. In addition, the power producer also depends on pumped storage projects to generate electricity.
The company claims that it drives value from clean energy platforms and delivers innovative renewable power solutions to achieve low carbon emissions and a sustainable future.
The utilities segment owns a portfolio of 6.6 million electricity and gas connections with nearly 27,000 kilometres of regulated natural gas pipelines.
The energy business in North America and Asia-Pacific consists of 16,500 km natural gas pipelines with a storage capacity of 600 billion cubic feet.
The hydropower assets include 219 hydropower generation facilities on 82 river systems across Colombia, Brazil and North America, with an installed capacity of over 7,900MW.
It owns 82 solar power assets with 2,050 MW installed capacity across four continents.
In addition, the storage operations include nine facilities with approximately 3200 MW installed capacity and river systems in Europe and North America.
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