Project financiers at Platts’ 30th Annual Global Power Markets are competing for business as lenders continue to surge into power and energy deals in the Americas. Deal sizes have increased along with the volume of activity, partly because of the need to develop a new generation of power assets to replace retiring coal-fired plants.

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