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27 November 2020
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Telecoms & communications

Proximo Weekly: Fibre under the optic

Debt and equity appetite for the European FTTH market continues to grow. But is the debt market providing enough flexibility on covenants? And with France, Germany and...

17 November 2020
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Renewables

Changhua 1: Another step forward in Taiwan's offshore wind evolution

With Orsted’s potential equity partners in its Changhua 1 offshore wind project wanting to eye loan agreements before debt signing, the project financing is nearing...

30 October 2020
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Infra funds

Finding certainty in an uncertain climate (part two)

In the second part of a two-part roundtable sponsored by AXA XL, we explore the changing perceptions of risk in the infrastructure market – from both CRI provider and...

23 October 2020
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PPP/P3, Transport

Proximo Weekly: Switching tracks

As India takes its first steps to rail privatisation, the UKs rail private sector experiment is backtracking to nationalisation. Can either get the public-private sector...

08 October 2020
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Renewables

Proximo Weekly: Watch the Polish offshore wind horizon

Of the more established project finance sectors discussed at Proximo Europe 2020: Infrastructure & Renewables Finance last week, a new geographic market – Polish offshore...

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...

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...

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...

29 July 2020
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Renewables

Facilitating India’s ambitious renewables targets

The Indian renewables sector has been primarily domestically financed to date. With the government targeting 450GW of renewable capacity by 2030, regulatory moves are...

23 June 2020
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ECA, Oil & gas

Ichthys LNG refinancing: A lower cost of debt – but not by much

That Ichthys LNG has managed to pull off a major oil and gas refinancing in the current market deserves recognition. But the maturity date remains the same and the cost...

19 June 2020
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Covid-19, Energy

The Proximo Weekly Digest - Mexican renewables: Where sponsors go from here

The clock is ticking for sponsors to respond to Mexico’s recent anti-renewables moves. But there may be room to negotiate.

18 May 2020
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MFI/DFI, Renewables

Tulu Moye: Getting up steam

With an RFP for an EPC contractor due to be issued next month, Darrel Boyd, CEO at TM Geothermal Operations (TMGO), outlines the progress and challenges of procuring and...

25 March 2020
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Renewables

Akita: A first of many on the Japanese offshore wind horizon?

A pathfinder deal for Japanese offshore wind, the recent Akita project financing did not benefit from Japanese regulation to cut red tape for offshore wind and managed to...

18 February 2020
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PPP/P3, Social infrastructure

RII: A workable replacement for PFI?

The Regulated Infrastructure Investment (RII) model is being proposed as a viable replacement for the defunct PFI model in the UK. But go beneath the surface and there...

20 December 2019
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ECA, Regulation, Power, Renewables

PLN to plug back into project debt for 2020

Indonesia’s state-owned power utility PLN has yet to close a single power project financing in 2019 amid a year of economic slowdown and elections. However, Teguh...

29 October 2019
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Renewables

DEWA V: Rejigging the solar math

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) pulled in record low tariff offers this month for its latest 900MW solar PV scheme – DEWA V. But there is no promise from...

03 October 2019
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ESG-tied debt, Regulation, Renewables

Italian solar’s securitisation boost

Securitisation has emerged as a useful way for Italian banks to manage their exposures to the country’s PV sector. Could it also fuel a resumption in development...

04 September 2019
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Power, Renewables

Filling Chile's coal-fired hole

The ambitious de-carbonising targets agreed by the Chilean government with generation companies will put an end to coal-fired power in the country in 20 years. But while...

20 August 2019
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ECA, MFI/DFI, Renewables

Australia's EfW: Waiting for waste

Australia’s energy-from-waste (EfW) sector is in project finance adolescence. But a lack of developers and varying waste supply agreements from councils are proving...