May 8, 2019 |
Energía Renovable de la Península has secured a short-term loan for $110m from Crédit Agricole and Natixis to refinance debt from a 92 MW wind farm in the Yucatán Peninsula, LatinFinance has heard.
Vive Energía developed the Península project with its partner, China's Envision Energy, after winning 15-year clean energy certificates and 20-year power purchase agreements from Mexico's wholesale power administrator Cenace in the first long-term power auction in March 2016.
Bow Power, a joint vent
Vive Energía and Bow Power get a short-term loan for a wind farm in the Yucatán, source says