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Conference Coverage

  • Cost, risk and regulatory factors will ultimately boost the appeal of capital markets over syndicated bank debt financings, bankers say.
  • Private equity firms project stronger market conditions in 2011 after a seeming return to normalcy by the close of 2010.
  • Executives at Competitive Power Ventures, Duke Energy, New Harbor and NRG Energy anticipate at least two more years of patchwork energy state policies amid prolonged federal regulatory uncertainty.
  • Financiers and advisers are divided on whether utilities will take a more active role developing renewables projects.
  • An uptick in leveraged leases of wind farms is likely in 2011 as sponsors and investors become more comfortable with the structure.
  • Sponsors of commercial-scale biomass and waste-to-energy plants in the U.S. are expected to qualify for loan guarantees of up to $250 million per project under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Sect. 9003 biorefinery program.
  • The pricing floor will remain at 237.5-250 basis points over LIBOR for most long-term project financings this year, said bankers attending Infocast’s Projects & Money 2011 conference in New Orleans..
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