MPIC, Solar Philippines ink investment deal

Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) has signed an agreement with Solar Philippines Power Project Holdings Inc. (SPPPHI) and listed SP New Energy Corp. (SPNEC) which will grant MPIC or its affiliates the option to increase its stake in the solar company. According to their respective disclosures, MPIC will have the

MPIC hikes investment in Leviste’s power firm

Infrastructure investment firm Metro Pacific Investments Corp. now has the option to invest up to P23.75 billion in SP New Energy Corp., or SPNEC, in exchange for 19 billion shares. MPIC, SPNEC, and its parent firm Solar Philippines Power Holdings, Inc., last 5 May, signed definitive agreements granting MPIC or

Metro Pacific poised to become SPNEC’s largest shareholder

METRO Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) said on Monday that it had completed the acquisition of 1.6-billion common shares or an equivalent of 16% of the outstanding shares in SP New Energy Corp. (SPNEC). In a regulatory filing, MPIC said that an agreement was also executed granting it an option to

MPIC to acquire up to 43% of SPNEC

MANILA, Philippines — Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC), the tollways and infrastructure conglomerate led by Manuel V. Pangilinan, is acquiring up to 43 percent of SP Energy Corp. (SPNEC) for P24 billion. MPIC, Solar Philippines Power Project Holdings Inc. (SPPPHI) and SPNEC, have signed definitive agreements granting MPIC or its

MPIC to invest P22B in SPNEC

Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) is looking to invest as much as P21.75 billion into SP Energy Corp. (SPNEC) on top of the P2 billion it invested in the company in March. SPNEC said it signed an option agreement with MPIC and its mother company, Solar Philippines Power Project Holdings