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Project Finance

  • Calpine Corp. is working with ING and Union Bank on a financing backing its roughly $850 million Russell City Energy Center.
  • Renewables developers are eligible to deduct equipment costs in full from their tax bills on projects commissioned between Sept. 9, 2010 and Dec. 31, 2011 according to a ruling issued this week by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
  • Banco Santander, BayernLB, NordLB, Rabobank and Union Bank are close to wrapping a more than $240 million refinancing backing an existing wind farm developed by Wind Capital Group.
  • Royal Bank of Canada, Royal Bank of Scotland and Société Générale have been tapped to lead a $400-500 financing backing Sharyland Utilities’ greenfield transmission lines in West Texas.
  • Saudi Arabia is planning to invest upwards of $100 billion on generation and distribution networks by 2020.
  • TransAlta is developing the $205 million, 66 MW New Richmond wind project in Quebec. The project is slated to be online in 2012.
  • Large solar developers and some project attorneys are calling for utilities to strengthen requests for proposal criteria to filter out long-shot projects.
  • Horizon Wind Energy is looking for tax equity investments for two projects totaling 198 MW that are under construction in Ohio and Oklahoma.
  • Columbia Power affiliate Arrow Lakes Power is planning to issue up to CAD350 million ($356 million) in a private placement to fund a 335 MW expansion to its Waneta hydro project in British Columbia.
  • Western Wind Energy is looking for tax equity for its 120 MW Windstar farm in Tehachapi, Calif., and its $120 million, 30 MW solar plant in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico.
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