Reborn Brainchild Of Fallen Renewable Energy Giant Starts Slow

Under Brookfield, TerraForm Power won’t need to rely on acquisitions for growth, said Sachin Shah, CEO of the Canadian company’s Brookfield Renewable Partners unit. He sees growth in assets that TerraForm already owns. TerraForm may repower more than 400 megawatts of wind farms in New York and Hawaii -- replacing aging turbines with more efficient models -- and may expand existing solar arrays and add batteries.

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