BEST RENEWABLE ENERGY FINANCING, BEST INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING:ANDES

BEST RENEWABLE ENERGY FINANCING, BEST INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING:ANDES

In August, when construction resumed on the $1.4 billion Cerro Dominador solar power project in Chile, it marked a milestone for a project that had sat dormant for more than two years. Plans to build South America’s only solar thermal project got off to heady start, but construction halted in 2016, after the project’s former co-owner, Spain’s Abengoa, filed for bankruptcy. The firm’s financial difficulties left Cerro Dominador partially built in the Atacama Desert and without financing to complete construction. Abengoa eventually sold its stake to its partner, the US private equity firm EIG Global Energy Partners, but it stayed on as an engineering, procurement and construction services prov

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