TSX.V Symbol: "GRB"
Issued and Outstanding: 11,633,000
NEWPORT BEACH, CA, Feb. 18, 2014 /CNW/ - Greenbriar Capital Corp. (TSXV:
GRB) (OTC: GEBRF) is pleased to announce of its election to the TSX
Venture Exchange Top 50 Companies.
The TSX Venture Top 50 is an annual ranking of strong performing
companies from five sectors: Clean Technology, Diversified Industries,
Mining, Oil & Gas, and Technology & Life Sciences.
"TSX Venture Exchange provides a unique venue for small-cap, early-stage
companies to access the capital they need to launch or expand - a
market opportunity that is unparalleled globally," said John McCoach,
President, TSX Venture Exchange. "We are delighted to recognize the
success of these companies."
The TSX Venture Top 50 was selected from the 2,141 companies listed on
TSX Venture Exchange as of December 31, 2013.
Greenbriar Capital Corp. placed in the Clean Technology category. This
is the 4th time in 5 years, that the Greenbriar Capital Corp. management team and
their predecessor company Western Wind Energy Corp., has been elected
to the TSX Venture Exchange Top 50.
This is a prestigious honor for Greenbriar Capital Corp to be chosen by
the TSX for their Top 50 Venture Exchange lists of companies. More
information can be found at their website www.tmx.com.
In support of the previously announced $6 million CDN Private Placement,
Greenbriar has increased the offering to $7 Million USD and engaged
Jacob Securities Inc., (Jacob) and Drexel Hamilton (Drexel) to
supplement the initiative. In preparation for their marketing efforts,
both Jacob and Drexel have reviewed our 80 MW Blue Mountain and 100 MW
Montalva project data rooms and prepared a summary information sheet
for accredited investors. The summary information sheet contains
detailed project pro forma results assisted by our lenders and tax
advisors. To prevent selective disclosure, the information sheet
provides the combined projects return on sponsor equity of 38.26% when
and if both projects are completed. This return threshold can vary if
there are changes to equipment prices, interest rates, tax rates,
construction costs, market conditions and completion dates. Capital
expenditures for Blue Mountain and Montalva are $141 Million and $320
Million respectively, and financed at the project level by debt and tax
equity. The marketing effort will commence the week of Feb. 18, 2014. A
portion of the private placement has been either closed or paid as of
CEO Jeff Ciachurski commented "I am very delighted we are elected again to the TSX Venture Exchange Top
50. This acknowledgement of our focus, drive and hard work to bring
value to all of our shareholders, serves as a notable indicator to the
broader venture capital marketplace. We delivered great value to the
Western Wind Shareholders and we strive to do the same for Greenbriar
About Greenbriar Capital Corp.
Greenbriar Capital Corp. is a leading developer of renewable energy and
sustainable real estate projects. With long-term, high impact,
contracted sales agreements in key project locations and led by a
successful industry recognized operating and development team,
Greenbriar targets deep valued assets directed at adding significant
accretive shareholder value.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jeffrey J. Ciachurski
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
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management's current expectations and beliefs and actual events or
results may differ materially. There are many factors that could cause
such actual events or results expressed or implied by such
forward-looking statements to differ materially from any future results
expressed or implied by such statements. Such factors include, but are
not limited to the state of the Company's business activities and
various factors discussed in the Company's annual report filed with
securities regulators in Canada. Forward-looking statements are based
on current expectations and the Company assumes no obligation to update
such information to reflect later events or developments, except as
required by law.
SOURCE: Greenbriar Capital Corp.
For further information:
Jeff Ciachurski, Chief Executive Officer
Greenbriar Capital Corp.