Project Finance in a Post-Pandemic World

Will Marder |
Corporate & Institutional

It is difficult to address the project finance sector without touching upon the real and anticipated effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.Tax equity providers may be in short supply, as those entities need to have considerable tax appetite to monetize tax credits.One interesting outcome is that the world has gotten a feel for what greenhouse gas emissions could look like in a world where the public at large is not commuting to work or traveling.

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How to Maintain a Strong Footing in a Shifting Market

Will Marder |
Corporate & Institutional
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A lot of capital continues to come into the U.S. market, with a huge focus on energy and infrastructure assets.We are also seeing U.S. developers and finance companies looking across the border into Canada, and Latin America in the hunt for yield.It certainly seems that from both a lender and institutional investor perspective, there are more new names coming in than are going out. The space is demonstrably growing.

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Renewables’ Starring Role in 2020

Will Marder |
Corporate & Institutional
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The role of renewables continues to grow in the new decade.The power sector, especially renewables, continues to dominate North American infrastructure.Additional research into environmental impact has put a temporary halt on many offshore wind projects.Corporates are directly entering into power purchase agreements (PPAs) with renewable energy providers be­cause they find that it is cheaper than buying through a utility.

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