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Colin Edwards

Senior Developer – Canada
Pattern Energy

Colin is a Vice President and Director with Pattern Renewable Holdings Canada ULC, a subsidiary of Pattern Energy Group LP (together, “Pattern Development”) and responsible for Pattern's Canadian development business, having been with Pattern Development since its inception in 2009. Over the last five years, Pattern Development, along with its publicly traded affiliate Pattern Energy Group Inc. (“PEGI”), has grown to become 2nd largest wind energy developer in Canada, with net MW under contract in excess of 900 MW. The Pattern Development and PEGI portfolio includes interests in the five largest projects in Ontario, including the largest First Nations project in Canada, as well as the largest projects in Manitoba and British Columbia. The Canadian portfolio includes two projects in operations, three projects under construction, and three contracted projects in development. Over the past 18 months, Pattern Development has structured and arranged in excess of $2.6 billion in debt financing for its Canadian portfolio, more than any other developer. Prior to joining Pattern Development, Colin spent 8 years in infrastructure and energy finance with RBC Capital Markets, ABN AMRO and Babcock & Brown, originating and/or executing a diverse range of transactions including M&A, restructuring, public and private debt and equity transactions, with an aggregate transaction value in excess of $10 billion.Colin holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business, a Bachelor of Arts (Economics & Political Science) from the University of Calgary, and is a CFA Charterholder. Colin also sits on the Board of the Canadian Wind Energy Association. Colin works in Pattern's Toronto office, alongside a team of dedicated professionals in development, meteorology, real estate, legal, accounting, construction and operations.

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