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GE and UK’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF), have agreed to finance Kalyon Enerji’s 1.35GW Karapinar solar project located in the Konya Karapinar province, Turkey.
The state’s solar energy trade group has made improving consumer protections a priority after a string of bankruptcies in recent years left dozens of customers stuck with unfinished projects.
Ontario's Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program, introduced in 2009 by the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) following passage of Ontario's Green Energy and Green Economy Act (the Act), has captured the attention of the global renewable power development community and manufacturers of utility scale generation equipment. The global lending community is just now waking up to the opportunities this program represents: to date there have been two utility-scale wind projects that have been financed under FIT and there are two more on the way.
As a stubborn patriot, the thing that disturbs me the most about the exploding wind industry deals with one of its key ingredients: lender financing.
Resolving issues related to prior mortgages is key to establishing a title policy that is satisfactory to lenders and investors while also protecting the project company’s real property assets.
Last month, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued a solicitation for one of the most eagerly anticipated Recovery Act energy programs: loan guarantees for renewable energy projects that use commercial technologies. Unlike earlier DOE loan guarantee programs for "new or significantly improved technologies," the DOE will allow approved commercial lenders to lead the application, diligence and documentation, which should expedite the process for obtaining DOE-backed financing.
Hailed by some as a way to reduce the financial burden homeowners face when going solar, Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing programs allow property owners to borrow money to pay for renewable energy or energy-efficiency improvements. Unlike traditional power purchase agreements or other solar loan programs, the amount borrowed is typically repaid over a period of years via a special assessment on the property.
The New Development Bank, a multilateral lender formerly known as the BRICS Development Bank, will provide $811 million in a first round of loans for green energy projects in four nations.
The “feed in tariff” scheme introduced by the Government, whereby homes are able to have solar panels installed on their roofs to generate electricity for their own use with any surplus going into the National Grid and being paid for that surplus, has proved very popular. Statistics produced by Energy Saving Trust indicate that as a result of having solar […]
Quick, what’s the biggest cause of brain damage for solar developers when structuring a PPA? Financing. Along with a shortage of tax equity in the post-1603 environment, arranging debt financing can be even more onerous — most lenders still view the solar asset class as exotic with a high risk profile due to a lack of industry standardization.