We advised Santander and Westbourne Capital, as mandated lead arranger and investor respectively, on the private placement of bonds to refinance the 11.8MW Malpartida photovoltaic plant, in Extremadura, Spain.
This article summarises the key provisions of the long-awaited Decision 13 and discusses its implications for the Vietnamese solar energy market.
In this article we examine the German legal framework for “subsidy-free solar” and highlight the most important points to take into consideration regarding the development, financing and investment in such projects.
This is one of few “merchant” plant financings in Spain, with the project expected to sell its energy, first through a PPA, and then directly to market.
Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) advised a consortium of lenders… Read more
It was a pleasure to work with Solarpack on this new step forward in their Spanish expansion plans, having also done so recently on a significant photovoltaic acquisition financing in Peru.
The portfolio comprises five SPVs that own seven operational plants across Italy, including in the regions of Puglia, Lazio, Sicily, Marche and Abruzzo.
The Vietnamese government has considered new solar feed-in-tariffs which will be in place for approximately two years. Linh Doan, Michael Folsom and Edmund Poon examine the effect it will have on solar projects in Vietnam.