Masdar's Uzbek solar project financing takes shape
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Power has been a safe harbor in the economic storm brought on by the global pandemic. US power spreads saw some fluctuation but ultimately nothing outstanding from the norm, benefited by projects that can be built with social distancing in mind and managed in the same manner. If anything, we saw increases in residential sectors with a strong need for ultra reliable power grids.
However, that was the first few months - at what point does the uncertainty that we have seen in American infrastructure begin to leak into power? Many projects have needed to delay their build dates or go on hold until there is some more clarity. Or will this be the sector that floats and then rejuvenates the American economy post crisis?
Proximo's US Power and Renewables Exchange 2020 comes back to you this year in a fully virtual format, breaking down the uncertainty and risk in the current (and hopefully post) COVID power markets, deciphering trends and their potential outcomes, and detailing strategies for inspiring lender confidence in a market that can weather it all.
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