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- Olivia Feld
Jan 30, 2015
Financings backing merchant and hedged projects continue to hit the sweet spot for lenders. Debt pricing also surfaced in several panels at Euromoney Seminars’ 10th Annual U.S. Power & Renewables conference held in New York this week.
Super Bowl XLIX won’t just be remembered for the left shark, golden tiger and a horrendous late game blunder. The match will also go down as the year that the big game was offset entirely by renewables.
Project finance and M&A activities continue to swirl in and around PJM.
Sponsors and their lead bankers are making the rounds this month to potential lenders. SunEdison’s yield company TerraForm Power is in New York, Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco on a road show for an $800 million bond offering.
After a hectic, albeit happy, end to 2014, attendees at Infocast’s 7th Annual Projects & Money conference were optimistic for this year’s deal and development pipeline. Financiers are looking at backing more gas-fired projects as coal and nuclear retirements step-up.
Cape Wind offtakers National Grid and NStar have cancelled their power purchase agreements with the 468 MW project this week, leaving bankers and industry officials more uncertain than ever of the project’s future.
The #PowerTweets feature tracks trends in power project finance and M&A in the Americas on Twitter.
Tax equity investors keep picking up stakes in wind projects, as the window for production tax credit eligibility continues to close.
The #PowerTweets feature tracks trends in power project finance and M&A in the Americas on Twitter. For more news and coverage, follow @PowerFinRisk on Twitter, as well as Editor @SaraReports and Senior Reporter @OliviaFeld.
A team of archeologists has uncovered a solar device in a tomb that was created about 3,000 years ago.
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