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Accounting / Audit

  • Vistra Energy Corp has revised the previously estimated financial impact of winter storm Uri and reissued its 2021 guidance after receiving additional load information from Ercot.
  • Portland General Electric has retained legal and other advisers as it reviews power trading after realizing $104 million in losses on “ill conceived” positions its power traders entered into this year.
  • This week’s Industry Current is a summary of state tax developments in 2014 relating to energy tax credits. The piece is written by David Burton, partner, and Richard Page, associate, at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in New York.
  • The #PowerTweets feature tracks trends in power project finance and M&A in the Americas on Twitter.
  • Wells Fargo has temporarily benched its tax equity investments in wind due to an accounting issue—a wrinkle that has the wind market looking at capacity in the latter half of the year as projects hit the street looking for financing.
  • Andrew Redinger is managing director and group head of utility, power and renewable energy at KeyBanc Capital Markets. He sat down with Sara Rosner, PI’s managing editor, to discuss the lender’s strategy and what lies ahead for power project finance and M&A in North America.
  • Generation assets sales were down in the second quarter compared to the same time last year, though solar trades increased, according to PI’s Generation Sale Quarterly Report.
  • Summit Power is looking for roughly $500 million in tax equity investment for its $2.4 billion, 400 MW integrated gasification combined-cycle project in Odessa, Texas.
  • The hunt is on for the next generation of project financing options, including master limited partnerships, real estate investment trusts, project bonds and securitizations, according to executive and financiers at the 9th annual REFF-Wall Street conference in New York last week.
  • E.ON Climate & Renewables has finalized a tax equity transaction with Bank of America Merrill Lynch for a wind farm in Illinois.
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