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  • Bill Gallagher, the former head of project finance at CoBank, is preparing to start in a new role at US Bank.
  • CleanCapital and distributed battery storage company Stem have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for a financing partnership through which they will fund mid-market energy storage projects.
  • PacifiCorp has shortlisted an Innergex Renewable Energy wind farm in Wyoming for a long-term power purchase agreement, as part of its 2020 all-source Request for Proposals (RFP).
  • Independent power producer Sonnedix and Cox Energy América, the Latin America subsidiary of Cox Energy, have begun construction on a 160 MW (DC) solar park in the Chilean region of Valparaiso.
  • Norwegian state-owned Statkraft has begun the permitting process for a 671 MW (DC) solar park in the Chilean region of Antofagasta.
  • CenterPoint Energy has asked for approval from the Indiana Utilities Regulatory Commission (IURC) to construct two combined-cycle gas-fired projects to replace retiring coal-fired units in the state.
  • Energy Impact Partners (EIP) has hired an operating partner from an Alphabet-backed infrastructure firm.
  • Michael Skelly, the founder and former chairman of transmission developer Clean Line Energy Partners, has launched a new venture.
  • In early 2021, Actis-owned Atlas Renewable Energy clinched two unique debt financings for a pair of solar projects in Brazil supported by dollarized power purchase agreements, marking a shift in how Brazilian assets could be financed in the future in a market that has been dominated by local currency contracts.
  • Greenbacker Capital Management-backed Dichotomy Power, an owner and operator of hydro projects in the Northeastern US, has agreed to buy a hydro portfolio in Maine.
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