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Beacon Power LLC

Overview

Date Founded
2012
Headquarters
65 Middlesex Road, Tyngsboro, MA 01879
Industries
Electrical Products
Company Description
Beacon Power LLC designs and manufactures power conversion equipment and energy storage systems. It engages in the design, development, manufacture, and commercial deployment of grid-scale flywheel energy storage systems for grid operators in the United States and internationally. The company was founded on March 7, 2012 and is headquartered in Tyngsboro, MA.
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Recent Transactions

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Rockland Capital LLC - Texas purchases Beacon Power Corp. resulting in a new company Beacon Power LLC

Investors

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Rockland Capital focuses on the acquisition and development of selected investment opportunities in the North American and European power and energy infrastructure markets with emphasis on biomass, natural gas coal and oil. The firm looks for value-driven opportunities that may require additional management attention due to their structural complexity, past or current operational and/or financial distress, developmental nature or because they have otherwise fallen out-of-favor in the current market cycle. Investments are considered on a selective basis and may include: (1) contracted independent power projects (2) renewable power, energy and biofuels projects (3) merchant generation (4) distressed assets (5) capital restructurings and MBOs (6) transmission projects (7) district heating and cooling and (8) industrial projects with power and/or steam applications or requirements.

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