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Jul 14, 2016 - Richard Metcalf

"Bacterial Windfarm" Could Generate Power on Microscopic Scale

Improvements in wind turbine technology in recent years have made it possible to construct ever taller towers and wider blade diameters, but the future of power may be smaller—much smaller—according to recent research.

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Jul 08, 2016 - Richard Metcalf

Powerful Hunger? Head to the Boiler Room

What better place for a project finance banker, attorney or contractor to treat a client to some haute cuisine than a restaurant located in a former power plant?

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Jul 08, 2016 - Olivia Feld, Richard Metcalf

The Buzz: Buyers Begin to Emerge in SunEdison 'Fire Sale'

SunEdison is continuing what many deal watchers are describing as a "fire sale" of its assets, in an auction run by adviser Rothschild.

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    Blogs - Jul 14, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    "Bacterial Windfarm" Could Generate Power on Microscopic Scale

    Improvements in wind turbine technology in recent years have made it possible to construct ever taller towers and wider blade diameters, but the future of power may be smaller—much smaller—according to recent research.

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    Blogs - Jul 08, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    Powerful Hunger? Head to the Boiler Room

    What better place for a project finance banker, attorney or contractor to treat a client to some haute cuisine than a restaurant located in a former power plant?

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    Blogs - Jul 08, 2016 - Olivia Feld, Richard Metcalf
    The Buzz: Buyers Begin to Emerge in SunEdison 'Fire Sale'

    SunEdison is continuing what many deal watchers are describing as a "fire sale" of its assets, in an auction run by adviser Rothschild.

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    Blogs - Jul 01, 2016 - Fotios Tsarouhis
    Solar Shop Challenges Presidential Candidates

    Residential solar company Sungevity has intervened in the 2016 presidential campaign by challenging the candidates to a race to install solar panels on their homes.

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    Blogs - Jun 30, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    The Buzz: Brexit? What Brexit?

    As global financial markets reeled in the wake of the U.K.’s historic vote to leave the European Union, it was business as usual for much of the American project finance community.

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    Blogs - Jun 24, 2016 - Power Finance & Risk
    #PowerTweets - June 24

    The #PowerTweets feature tracks trends in power project finance and M&A in the Americas on Twitter.

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    Blogs - Jun 24, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    The Buzz: Lean PPAs Raise Financing Issues

    Advances in technology and efficiency, intense competition for power purchase agreements and subsidization through tax credits in the U.S. have pushed the cost of renewable generation ever lower. That’s great news for offtakers, but it also makes financing more difficult.

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    Conference Buzz - Jun 24, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    REFF Wall Street: Reporter's Notebook

    A selection of snippets gleaned on the sidelines of the 13th annual REFF Wall Street conference in New York. A regional U.S. bank seeks to break into renewables financing, and a developer gives his frank take on the Mexico power auction results.

  • Blogs - Jun 02, 2016 - Fotios Tsarouhis
    Sun and Wind to Fuel Santiago Metro

    Commuters making their way from Santiago's outer barrios to the city center and tourists making their way around the Chilean capital will soon be travelling on a sun- and wind-powered metro system.

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    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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    Blogs - Jul 14, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    "Bacterial Windfarm" Could Generate Power on Microscopic Scale

    Improvements in wind turbine technology in recent years have made it possible to construct ever taller towers and wider blade diameters, but the future of power may be smaller—much smaller—according to recent research.

  • Small Image
    Blogs - Jul 08, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    Powerful Hunger? Head to the Boiler Room

    What better place for a project finance banker, attorney or contractor to treat a client to some haute cuisine than a restaurant located in a former power plant?

  • Small Image
    Blogs - Jul 08, 2016 - Olivia Feld, Richard Metcalf
    The Buzz: Buyers Begin to Emerge in SunEdison 'Fire Sale'

    SunEdison is continuing what many deal watchers are describing as a "fire sale" of its assets, in an auction run by adviser Rothschild.

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    Blogs - Jul 01, 2016 - Fotios Tsarouhis
    Solar Shop Challenges Presidential Candidates

    Residential solar company Sungevity has intervened in the 2016 presidential campaign by challenging the candidates to a race to install solar panels on their homes.

  • Small Image
    Blogs - Jun 30, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    The Buzz: Brexit? What Brexit?

    As global financial markets reeled in the wake of the U.K.’s historic vote to leave the European Union, it was business as usual for much of the American project finance community.

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    Blogs - Jun 24, 2016 - Power Finance & Risk
    #PowerTweets - June 24

    The #PowerTweets feature tracks trends in power project finance and M&A in the Americas on Twitter.

  • Small Image
    Blogs - Jun 24, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    The Buzz: Lean PPAs Raise Financing Issues

    Advances in technology and efficiency, intense competition for power purchase agreements and subsidization through tax credits in the U.S. have pushed the cost of renewable generation ever lower. That’s great news for offtakers, but it also makes financing more difficult.

  • Small Image
    Blogs - Jun 24, 2016 - Richard Metcalf
    REFF Wall Street: Reporter's Notebook

    A selection of snippets gleaned on the sidelines of the 13th annual REFF Wall Street conference in New York. A regional U.S. bank seeks to break into renewables financing, and a developer gives his frank take on the Mexico power auction results.

  • Blogs - Jun 02, 2016 - Fotios Tsarouhis
    Sun and Wind to Fuel Santiago Metro

    Commuters making their way from Santiago's outer barrios to the city center and tourists making their way around the Chilean capital will soon be travelling on a sun- and wind-powered metro system.

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