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  • May 2005

    Cape Wind mandates 27 May 2005

    Cape Wind Associates has engaged Lehman Brothers as financial adviser for its Cape Wind project. Lehman will be working on raising both equity and debt, the latter either as a bank or bond deal. The lead developer is Energy Management Inc, led by Jim Gordon, which has retained ESS as an environm...

  • Cape Wind mandates 19 May 2005

    Cape Wind Associates has engaged Lehman Brothers as financial adviser for its Cape Wind project. Lehman will be working on raising both equity and debt, the latter either as a bank or bond deal. The lead developer is Energy Management Inc, led by Jim Gordon, which has retained ESS as an environmenta...

  • Dark Harbor wind closes 19 May 2005

    Western Wind Energy Corporation has closed a C$29.7 million ($23.5 million) financing for its Dark Harbor wind project. The lead arranger is Canadian institutional investor Manufacturers Life Insurance Company (Manulife). The debt portion of the financing includes a C$1.5 million debt service re...

  • Finerge and SIFF close phase 1 of wind deal 19 May 2005

    Millennium BCP, Caixa Geral and Barclays have closed the first phase of a 2 phase joint wind development in Portugal for EDF subsidiary SIFF and Finerge (sold this week by Sacyr to Endesa for Eu166 million).

  • SIIF Portugal closes wind portfolio financing 19 May 2005

    The Eu242 million portfolio financing for SIIF Energies Portugal – a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles (formely known as SIIF Energies) and itself the renewable energy arm of EDF group – has reached financial close.

  • ECyR wind deal hits pricing low 10 May 2005

    Calyon has won the arranging mandate for a 15-year Eu330 million club deal for Endesa Cogeneracion y Renovables (EcyR).

  • Never a breeze 01 May 2005

    Wind power is pulling in more debt and equity interest than ever before. However, investment risks, including plant performance risk, differ from traditional power generation. What can be done to identify and protect against poorer than expected operating performance? By Shaun J. Beaton

  • Renewables 01 May 2005

    Boralex closes French duo

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