With this new project, Octo aims to help customers save on car ownership and rising insurance costs, and use telematics technology to make roads safer and more environmentally friendly.
We advised Liacon on a convertible bond issued in order to raise financing for their future development.
The long-standing and close relations both WFW Germany and Italy enjoy with BEE’s core management team were key to the successful completion of this transaction.
WFW advises PNE WIND AG on sale of minority stake in 142 MW wind farm portfolio to Allianz Renewable Energy Fund II
PNE plans and develops onshore and offshore wind farm projects and to date has successfully developed wind farms with a combined capacity of more than 2,400 MW.
The mezzanine financing has been validated as a Green Bond following ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) due diligence by Vigeo, a recognised sustainability expert.
The deal was particularly innovative in that it comprised financing by means of both a lease-purchase agreement and a loan, as well as sub-participation by the European Investment Bank (EIB).
This is the latest high profile recognition for Mei as one of Asia’s leading maritime lawyers, following being awarded the “Maritime Law Award – Individual Lawyer of the Year” at the Lloyd’s List Asia Pacific Awards 2017 in October.
The plant is owned by an SPV of Fri-El Group, one of Italy’s leading green energy companies and active in the wind sector since 2002.
The wind farm, which has a total capacity of 46.8 MW, has been acquired by Marguerite in an all equity deal in June 2017 from Element Power and Karftö Vind.
WFW advises Tank & Rast on development of Germany-wide electric vehicle fast charger station network
Tank & Rast pushes forward its plan to equip almost all of its circa 400 motorway service stations with modern fast charger stations.