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  • Industry events in Toronto and New Orleans provided glimpses in to what’s on tap for 2013.
  • PI had a busy run up to the end of 2012. Mezzanine fundraising and deployment, solar project financing and volatility in North American M&A marked the highlights of our coverage in December.
  • Project finance deal flow slowed to a trickle in the third quarter and bankers and utility executives gathered at the Edison Electric Institute's Financial Conference in Phoenix to discuss the changing fuel mix and other trends.
  • The merits and detractors of 144A and private placements made headlines in the past month as project financiers and sponsors look for ways around a constrained bank loan market. That hurdle has not stopped some sponsors, such as BrightSource and Freeport LNG, from sniffing out billion dollar-plus deals, which could include bond components. In M&A, the specter of initial public offering in Canada for a renewables developer continues to shine in the Pattern Energy saga.
  • 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.
  • A bevy of renewable assets went on the block in June and project finance players are buzzing about the next generation of funding options.
  • The major players in project finance have been in flux for quite some time and there are several interesting stories in our people and firms section that chronicle this trend.
  • There’s a lot of uncertainty floating around these days and the power project finance and M&A markets are not immune, especially when it comes to activity on Capitol Hill.
  • PI was chock full of features and news on the industry’s biggest players in power M&A and project finance.
  • Power Intelligence hit the ground running after the holidays with a new look in our print issue, our Project Finance Quarterly Recap and coverage of key industry events in Toronto and New Orleans.
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