ESGEN Acquisition Shareholders Approve Sunergy Renewables Deal

ESGEN Acquisition said its shareholders voted in favor of combining with Sunergy Renewables, a Florida-based provider of residential solar and efficiency solutions.

The business combination is expected to close “in the coming weeks.” The merged company will change its name to Zeo Energy and is expected to be listed on the Nasdaq under the new ticker symbols ZEO and ZEOWW. The announcement did not include vote tallies or mention redemptions, if any. The SPAC has not yet filed an update with the , following yesterday's vote.

The pro forma implied enterprise value of the combined company is expected to be $390 million, and proceeds are expected to be used to fund operations and growth. The deal was announced last April at a pro forma implied enterprise value of $475 million.

ESGEN's sponsor has committed to purchase up to $15 million in convertible preferred equity securities, of which $10 million will be funded at the close of the business combination and the remaining $5 million can be funded at the combined company's discretion up to six months after closing. The purchase of the securities will be funded by Energy Spectrum Partners VIII. Read more.


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