Spanning the north Anatolian provinces of Sinop and Cankiri, the Gökcen wind farm is equipped with Enercon turbines.
A financial flavour to this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly with a look at Events of Default under a loan facility and a decision on the requisite knowledge for a financial services offence. We also cover a judgment that adds to the developing case law in relation to digital currency and another confirming the importance of enforcement of arbitration awards.
The bank acted as lender for a structured loan granted to the three SPVs that own the plants.
The vessels, which will be on seven-year long term charters to Israeli line operator Zim following delivery scheduled in early 2024, represent MPCC’s first ever newbuild order.
WFW advises Crédit Agricole Group, Bpifrance and CEPAC on €300m refinancing of 200 MW renewable energy portfolios4 April 2022
The project sponsors were Valeco, investment fund Mirova and GEG (Gaz Electricité de Grenoble), with Astris Finance acting as their financial adviser.
Watson Farley & Williams has advised the founders of energy service provider NWG Power regarding their e-charging joint venture with Shell Recharge Solutions, who have invested in NWG spin-off NWG Charging, which specialises in operating private charging infrastructure.
Read the forty eight edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
Watson Farley & Williams has advised aventron AG on its acquisition of the Wölkisch megawatt-class battery storage facility in Germany as part of its strategy to steadily increase its available electricity storage volume.
The cases covered in Commercial Disputes Weekly 111 give guidance on the application of sanctions to a bareboat charter, avoiding a breach of the draft judgment embargo, trusts and claiming losses in relation to investment funds.
This deal follows the recent announcement of its construction program with Bouygues Telecom whereby PTI will operate over 5,000 sites in France.