Solaria refinances two plants in Uruguay

Solaria refinances two plants in Uruguay

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Spanish solar energy company Solaria said it refinanced two photovoltaic plants in Uruguay by issuing its first green bonds for roughly $29 million, according to a press release. The Madrid-based developer sold the 20-year notes to US insurance company Metlife and IDB Invest, the private sector division of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), it said on Wednesday. The bond deal allowed Solaria to lower its financing costs and double the dividends it receives from the two projects, it added

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