February 4, 2019 |
DeAcero and Fisterra Energy have asked banks to make offers to finance the Energía de Celaya power plant in Mexico, LatinFinance has heard.
DeAcero, a steel company based in Nuevo León, and Fisterra Energy, an energy company owned by Blackstone, are looking for a mini-perm loan to fund construction of the $900m project, said sources close to the deal.
The 1,350 MW plant has contracted just 250 MW through a power purchase agreement (PPA) with DeAcero, which might make lenders reluctant to take
Energía de Celaya JV wants a mini-perm for $900m in construction costs, sources say