Borrower Strategies

  • Atlantic Power Launches TLB Repricing

    Jan 21, 2020 - Shravan Bhat

    The bookrunners on a proposed term loan B repricing for Atlantic Power Corp. have approached lenders with initial price thoughts.
  • As Investor Interest in C&I Solar Grows, Developers Have Options

    Jan 17, 2020 - Richard Metcalf, Shravan Bhat

    While yield-hungry investors of all stripes are viewing distributed, small-scale solar companies ever more favorably, the founders and management of the target companies are finding that there are attractive alternatives to selling stakes in their businesses outright.
  • Brookfield Signs Sustainability-linked Revolver

    Jan 07, 2020 - Shravan Bhat

    Brookfield Renewable Partners has signed a bilateral green revolving credit facility, in which the margin is linked to specific environmental sustainability targets, with BNP Paribas.
  • Clearway Launches Stock Offering to Fund Carlsbad Purchase

    Dec 02, 2019 - Richard Metcalf

    Clearway Energy has launched a public offering of common stock to raise the funds it needs to acquire the Carlsbad Energy Center from its sponsor, Global Infrastructure Partners.
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  • Oct 28, 2011 - Sara Rosner

    Solar Power Swimwear To Beat The Winter Blues

    What do you get when you combine photovoltaic technology and some extremely skimpy swimwear? A piece of apparel that can power your iPod and give you some serious tan lines.

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    Sep 09, 2011 - Holly Fletcher

    Mont. State U. Installs Run-Powered Generation

    What do pizza and power generation have in common? For students at Montana State University, it's a pair of treadmills that help them burn off those late-night snacks and generate power at the same time. Students who frequent the campus' Hosaeus Fitness Center can now hop on a treadmill to help power the gym.

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    Sep 09, 2011 - Holly Fletcher

    Fall M&A Line-Up Remains Elusive

    This financial rollercoaster known as the summer of 2011--think Capitol Hill's debt ceiling debacle, Standard & Poor's downgrade of the U.S. credit rating and Europe's on-going solvency woes--has left bankers wondering whether the months leading up to the New Year will be busy or if the markets are shaky enough that opportunistic sellers are going to hold the line just a while longer.

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