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Arevon Wind Portfolio (Former Capital Dynamics)

Updated: Mar 18, 2022

An example of how good design prolongs the life of a wind farm(s) and inhibits terminal degradation.

Capital Dynamics Clean Energy Strategy

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On August 17, 2021 – Capital Dynamics, an independent global private asset management firm, announced that members of its U.S. Clean Energy Infrastructure (“CEI”) team, will combine with Arevon Asset Management, its exclusive energy asset management affiliate, to form Arevon Energy, Inc. (“Arevon”). Arevon is supported by an investor group comprised of APG, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (“CalSTRS”), and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (“ADIA”). They have been long-standing investors with Capital Dynamics and will own 100% of the newly formed entity. John Breckenridge, previously a Senior Managing Director and Head of Clean Energy Infrastructure at Capital Dynamics, will lead the new entity as Chief Executive Officer.

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Former Capital Dynamics (Now Arevon Energy) Management Team

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Arevon US Wind Portfolio Statistics/Background

Total Owned Capacity: 450 MW

Average Wind Farm Capacity: 150 MW

Average COD: 2015

Location(s): Briscoe, Baylor and Knox Counties, Texas

All wind farms COD in 2015

Capital Dynamics Wind Energy Transaction History

Offtake: ERCOT Wholesale Market

October 6, 2014 - Capital Dynamics, a global private asset manager, and Prudential Capital Group today announced the financial closing of the first phase of a 300-megawatt (MW) onshore wind project in Texas, USA (Green Pastures).

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January 22, 2015 – Capital Dynamics, a global private asset manager, GE Energy Financial Services and Morgan Stanley are pleased to announce they have completed financing for the 150-megawatt (MW) Briscoe Wind Farm, LLC (“Briscoe Wind Farm”) spanning 20,000 acres in Briscoe County, Texas, USA

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Arevon (Capital Dynamics Divested) Wind Farms

Source: ACPA

Source: ACPA

Figure 1. Arevon Wind Farms Regional Capacity Factor Map


Arevon (Capital Dynamics) Divested Wind Farms Net Power Generation

Figure 2. Briscoe Wind Farm Net Power Generation

Figure 3. Map of Briscoe Wind Farm (Briscoe County, TX)


Figure 4. Green Pastures I Wind Net Power Generation

Figure 5. Green Pastures II Wind Net Power Generation

Figure 6. Map of Green Pastures I & II Wind Farms

(Bayler and Knox Counties, TX)


Figure 7. Arevon Wind Capacity Factor

Starting April 2015

Sources: EIA,

For more information on Terminal Degradation, see please our TurbineHub Repower Forecast blog: TurbineHub Repower Forecast