The firm recorded a net loss of $14.7 million in the quarter, but that was still an improvement of 6%, Pattern said.
Revenue totaled $107.8 million, an increase of 15%, while proportional electricity sold reached 2.11TWh – up 23%.
President and CEO of Pattern Energy, Mike Garland, said the results were inline with expectations.
In the quarter, pension fund PSP Investment acquired a majority stake in the firm, and $1 billion was raised in commitments for its subsidiary Pattern Development.
"The net result of these major initiatives is that Pattern Energy is stronger today, with access to a larger pipeline, higher returns through our direct involvement in the development business, improved alignment with both the development business and our new shareholder, PSP Investments, through the co-investment relationship, as well as access to capital to fund growth without relying solely on debt or equity," Garland said.