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02 October 2020
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MFI/DFI, Renewables

Huemul: A tale of two deals

Unlike its earlier sister deal which was fully commercially banked, the Huemul renewable financing in Chile has significant DFI backing. Was that backing a necessity in...

02 October 2020
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ESG-tied debt, Infra funds, MFI/DFI

Bankable without banks in Latin American infrastructure

Institutional lenders are increasingly comfortable with a wide variety of greenfield and brownfield assets in Latin America. Will governments continue to make sure these...

01 October 2020
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PPP/P3, Social infrastructure, Transport

Proximo Weekly: Is the US beyond PPP, or still behind the curve?

State and local governments no longer view PPPs - or P3s - as simple privatisations. And they are not looking to the federal government for leadership.

24 September 2020
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: The race for hydrogen

The green hydrogen market is gathering traction rapidly, with a growing number of major energy companies announcing plans for industrial-scale projects. The commercial...

22 September 2020
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MFI/DFI, PPP/P3, Transport

A49: A question of roads support

The recent A49 road PPP concession financing is the third of Germany's new generation availability-based road schemes to close. All three have been heavily backed by the...

17 September 2020
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Certified green, ECA, MFI/DFI, Renewables

Expanding the debt and technology universe in Asian solar

Asia has enjoyed marked success in solar installations in the last decade, though a small number of large developed economies have taken the lead. How can sponsors access...

17 September 2020
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Renewables, Social infrastructure

Proximo Weekly Digest: ACWA wins latest giga-project gig

Saudi's PIF-led giga-project pipeline is still being fast-tracked and proving a boon for ACWA Power. But will the speed of return on these projects for PIF and other...

15 September 2020
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PPP/P3, Transport

New twists in Colombia’s 5G PPP programme

Colombia has launched a new wave of transport concessions with some significant tweaks to the previous 4G template. Lenders are generally comfortable with the model, but...

10 September 2020
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Social infrastructure, Transport

Proximo Weekly Digest - Almaty Ring Road: Great expectations

The Almaty Ring Road PPP financing is a major achievement for Kazakhstan. But are estimations of its future market impact beyond meeting the project’s objectives too...

08 September 2020
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Regulation, Transport

Will Colombia's 5G programme be a welcome evolution?

There are signs that Colombia's 5G transport PPP programme has learned some of the lessons of 4G. But debt liquidity may still be challenging

03 September 2020
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Certified green, ECA, Infra funds, MFI/DFI, Regulation, Renewables

Maintaining momentum in Middle Eastern renewables

Middle Eastern renewables development has benefited in recent years from the region’s long history in independent power development, strong regional bank liquidity and...

03 September 2020
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Covid-19

The Proximo Weekly Digest - Has there been a COVID-19 effect on project debt volumes?

The deep impacts of COVID-19 on societies and economies worldwide may lead to drastic changes in the way infrastructure is procured. But what, according to Proximo...

01 September 2020
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Certified green, ESG-tied debt, Regulation, Renewables

Spanish solar: A new door opens?

Continued regulatory wobbles, more than sponsor quality or technology type, have allowed a monoline insurer to occupy a profitable niche in Spanish solar financing. If...

27 August 2020
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Power, Renewables

The Proximo Weekly Digest - More hands make lights work

Two recent deals in the Bangladeshi power market demonstrate maturing commercial bank risk appetite and a broadening of the sponsor and lender base. Both signals bode...

25 August 2020
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Oil & gas

Mozambique LNG: Taking LNG liquidity to a new level

The Mozambique LNG project financing has broken multiple records for scale, and at a surprising tenor given the volume of debt involved. But there is more to the deal...

20 August 2020
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Infra funds, Social infrastructure, Transport

Broadening the debt base for US energy and infrastructure

US energy and infrastructure sponsors are getting creative in accessing new debt markets for brownfield and greenfield assets. This webinar will look at the newest and...

13 August 2020
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Covid-19, Industry/manufacturing

Filling the seats for stadium financings

Webinar: 13/8/20 10am EST/3pm UK. COVID-19 has had severe impacts on sports facilities financings. What are the potential paths to recovery and what might need to change...

13 August 2020
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ECA, Renewables

Al Kharsaah: How low can solar tariff bids go?

The first phase of the 800MW Al Kharsaah solar PV scheme in Qatar has reached financial close. The project is backed by a world record low tariff for a solar project to...

11 August 2020
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MFI/DFI, Oil & gas, Social infrastructure, Transport

BNDES: A little more like other DFIs

BNDES is shifting its mandate, with project origination and structuring now higher on the corporate agenda, as Brazil’s DFI looks to attract other sources of financing...

10 August 2020
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Social infrastructure

Do US universities need further education in P3?

The budgetary pressures that have pushed US public universities into using P3 concessions have not abated. Private sector capital is still plentiful. But is well-priced...