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Palisade looks to Japan again for debt refinancing on South Australia wind farm

The Sydney-based fund manager does its second deal in recent months with Japanese lenders to refinance one of its wind farms.

Prime Capital targets Nordic wind power with new fund

Frankfurt-based asset manager has already secured three seed investments in Norway and Sweden totalling more than 600MW of capacity.
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Nordic renewables platform one of last deals from Ardian Fund IV

Similar in strategy to US platform Sky Renewables, the €300m investment aims to build a portfolio focused on wind, solar, hydro and biomass.

CEFC and Westbourne back Nexif’s Australian wind farm expansion

The energy developer, backed by Denham Capital, will begin construction of stage two of the 212MW Lincoln Gap project later this year after securing $116m in debt financing.

Palisade secures Samurai loan for $102m Waterloo Wind Farm refinancing

The Sydney-based fund manager turned to the Japanese market, with the debt facility underwritten by MUFG.

Partners-backed Sapphire Wind Farm secures PPA for 20% of output

Wholesale energy retailer Flow Power will purchase 50MW of Sapphire’s 270MW capacity per year on a ‘10- to 12-year’ power-purchase agreement.

Partners Group bolsters Australian wind portfolio with Murra Warra deal

The acquisition of the 226MW project from RES and Macquarie Capital for ‘more than $142m’ is the Swiss firm’s fourth major wind farm investment in the country since 2015.

Partners-backed renewables platform to supply 75% of Sydney Airport’s power

The airport will realise ‘significant’ cost savings from the deal, taking 95,000 MWh annually from Crudine Ridge Wind Farm, approximately 25% of the facility’s output.

Goldwind Australia selling Stockyard Hill Wind Farm after just 15 months

The project in Victoria has a long-term PPA agreement in place with Origin Energy and is expected to appeal to mid-market renewables investors.

Investors ‘despair’ as Australia’s PM ditches emissions reduction target

The government could also support new coal-fired power stations as PM Malcom Turnbull gives in to pressure from MPs within his own party.

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