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07 January 2022
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Funding, Transport

Camino de la Fruta: The tenor of deals to come?

Chilean toll road bond financings are a staple. But towards the end of 2021 Sacyr closed the first mini-perm financing for a Chilean toll road – Camino de la Fruta. Is...

26 November 2021
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Sustainability

COP26: Looking beyond the headlines

The Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) took centre stage at COP26. Although initiatives like GFANZ will unlock further capital for green infrastructure,...

03 November 2021
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Renewables

Floating solar: The panel's still out on major deal flow

The recent Cirata project financing set some new bankability benchmarks for floating solar in Asia. More substantial deal flow from Asia's island nations may follow, but...

28 September 2021
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Renewables

Irish solar: No longer an oxymoron

The Irish solar sector has seen a surge in interest from international developers and lenders in the wake of the first RESS auctions in 2020 – and delivered its first...

24 September 2021

Risk, reward and the rebound in US infrastructure finance

Conditions are starting to look promising for higher volumes across US project finance. In a roundtable sponsored by BNY Mellon, Proximo explores the new market dynamic...

09 September 2021
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Renewables

Landcos: Flexibility or complexity for financing renewables?

More and more renewables developers are using landcos to separate the ownership of projects and the land on which they are sited. Could the benefits to project owners...

20 August 2021
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Power, Renewables

Climate resilient infrastructure

WATCH ON-DEMAND. Original broadcast date: 5 August 2021. To what extent do procurement processes, concession structures and financing documents accommodate the effects of...

10 August 2021
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Funding, Rules, Transport

Kekava Bypass: Template or PPP nameplate?

Last month Latvia’s pathfinder PPP project – Kekava Bypass – made it to financial close. But with a fully IFI-banked package, has it done enough groundwork to pull in at...

30 July 2021
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Oil & gas, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: NextEra’s innovative twist on transition financing

NextEra is using equity in existing gas assets as collateral for raising $1.7 billion of debt to fuel its US renewables project pipeline. No greenwash – just a realistic...

22 July 2021

EV Charging: A question of bankability

Few bankable EV charging project deals have followed the hybrid pathfinder set by Allego. Project financings for consumer EV charging points have, at their core, a simple...

09 July 2021
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Rules, Renewables

Proximo Weekly: More details on Dubai waste

A waste-to-energy PPP first for Dubai Municipality.

10 June 2021
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Rules, Transport

Pricing revenue risk in transport finance

WATCH ON DEMAND: Original broadcast date - 17 June 2021. Examining the impacts on market conditions of 2020’s volatility, and what lessons, if any, could be learned by...

13 May 2021
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Rules

Assessing bank readiness for the Libor transition

WATCH ON DEMAND: Original broadcast date - 20 May 2021. The end of Libor has been in preparation since 2017, in the wake of well-publicised scandals over how it was set....

12 May 2021

Making the right connections

You can count the number of true project financings for European and UK interconnectors on one hand. But following changes to regulation, and more expected to follow in...

30 April 2021
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Sustainability, Metals & Mining

Mining: A different shade of green

The mining sector is becoming a new frontier for green finance, as lenders take a greater interest in ESG issues. While green finance in mining has the potential to...

13 April 2021
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Funding, Sustainability

Defining and scaling best practice in blended finance

Webinar: 22 April 2021, 3pm UK/10am NY. What role can - and should - blended finance have in financings for big-ticket sustainable and impact infrastructure.

25 March 2021
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Power, Renewables, Social infrastructure, Transport, Waste and Water

What cost Brexit?

Brexit has been largely overshadowed by pandemic economic angst in the UK infrastructure sector. The additional bureaucracy will mean additional cost, but quantifying how...

19 March 2021
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Digital Infrastructure

UK FTTH: Rocks and roll-out

As the UK’s fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) coverage expands, the government and regulators remain wholly intent on allowing a competitive, market-driven approach to dominate....

10 February 2021
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Renewables

Bokpoort CSP: Benefits all round

The refinancing of Bokpoort CSP has set a number of precedents and benchmarks for South African IPPs. Will this be the deal that catalyses change and unshackles the South...

05 February 2021
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Offshore wind on steroids

The biggest offshore wind project financed to date, Dogger Bank A and B reset the financing volume benchmark for the offshore wind sector. With Dogger Bank C expected...