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  • Aug 27, 2015 - Ross Lancaster

    8minutenergy Mulls Securitization

    8minutenergy is contemplating adding securitization to its financing repertoire, and not just for small-scale commercial and industrial assets but also utility-scale projects.
  • Aug 27, 2015 - Richard Metcalf

    Invenergy Sells Iowa Wind Project To MidAm

    MidAmerican Energy is acquiring a 250 MW wind project in Iowa from Invenergy.
  • Aug 27, 2015 - Olivia Feld

    Morgan Stanley Sells Tax Equity in 1.2 GW Wind Portfolio

    Morgan Stanley has agreed to sell its tax equity stake in a portfolio of eight wind projects to a special purpose entity owned jointly by JP Morgan Capital Corp. and Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Capital.
  • Aug 26, 2015 - Olivia Feld

    EDF RE Boosts Origination with OwnEnergy Acquisition

    EDF Renewable Energy's acquisition of OwnEnergy, including a 2 GW development pipeline of wind assets, is part of a strategy to re-invigorate the San Diego-based developer's pipeline, according to its ceo, Tristan Grimbert.
  • Aug 26, 2015 - Ross Lancaster

    sPower Rejigs Senior Financial Team

    SPower has bolstered its senior financial team with an internal promotion and an external hire.

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Project Finance

  • LNG Project Mandates BNP As Advisor

    Aug 24, 2015 - Olivia Feld

    BNP Paribas has won the financial advisor mandate for Texas LNG's Brownsville LNG project in Texas.
  • SunEd Draws $253M for Solar Project Amid Stocks Storm

    Aug 20, 2015 - Ross Lancaster

    As downward pressure on SunEdison’s stock price continued on Wednesday, the renewable energy developer announced that it had executed a reassuringly straightforward financing exercise for a Colorado solar project.

Borrower Strategies

  • Duke Issues S.C. Solar RFPs

    Aug 25, 2015 - Olivia Feld

    Duke Energy subsidiaries have launched two requests for proposals for 53 MW of utility-scale solar and 5 MW of community solar in South Carolina as part of its distributed energy resource program.
  • Shorter Contracts Will Halt Idaho Renewables Development, Warns SEIA

    Aug 25, 2015 - Ross Lancaster

    The Idaho Public Utilities Commission’s decision to reduce the length of so-called PURPA contracts by 90% will halt renewables development in the region, warns the Solar Energy Industries Association.

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