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Best Renewable Energy Financing

Sep 25, 2013

Financing two wind farm projects in southern Mexico was hard work, but the deal stands out for attracting bond investors to a new type of risk

Oaxaca II & IV

Noteworthy financings of renewable energy projects in Latin America are no longer hard to find.

In August 2012, Peru's Cerro del Águila hydro-electric power plant, set to be the country's biggest, called for a highly sophisticated structure for its $590 million loan.

Meanwhile, French developer EDF last October took out a stunning 14.2 year local currency loan, structured under local law, for its 3.56 billion peso Eoliatec...

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