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Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | JuneMonth 2014Year | New South WalesCity/State, AustraliaCountry
C&IMarket Segment | Biogas, Energy EfficiencyTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC provided AU$15 million debt facility to support whole of abattoir/rendering plant upgrade located in regional New South Wales. It is also co-financed by Bindarees Beef’s own bank. It includes anaerobic digestion, electricity generation and heat capture for use within the meat manufacturing sector.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | JuneMonth 2014Year | AustraliaCity/State, AustraliaCountry
C&I, UtilityMarket Segment | Energy Efficiency, Low Emissions Transport, Onshore Wind, SolarTechnology | Debt Investment, Equity InvestmentType of Investment | Cornerstone stake, Fund investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC worked with the Direct Infrastructure division of Colonial First State Global Asset Management (CFSGAM) to establish Australia’s first unlisted clean energy direct infrastructure investment platform for institutional investors, the CFS Australian Clean Energy Infrastructure Fund. The CEFC will provide up to AU$80 million of debt and equity as the initial cornerstone investor in the wholesale infrastructure investment platform that will invest in renewable energy, energy efficiency or low emissions technology. To grow the opportunity, CFSGAM will seek to raise a further AU$300-$500 million.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | JuneMonth 2014Year | PilbaraCity/State, AustraliaCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Waste-to-EnergyTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investment, DemonstrationRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC will provide up to AU$50 million in senior debt finance for
development of two Western Australian waste-to-gas facilities by New Energy Corporation. This is Western Australia’s first municipal waste-to-gas project. The facilities will recover municipal, industrial and commercial waste streams and sell the generated power (estimated as 70% renewable) most likely to local large energy users (e.g. local water or port authorities).

CEFC financing will be for about one quarter of the total project cost and will be supplemented by a similar level of financing from another bank, with the balance of half the project cost funded through equity. No concessionality applies. The CEFC’s finance for New Energy will assist in developing what is the first municipal waste-toenergy gasification project within Australia, and help
facilitate access to private sector funding for other waste-to-energy facilities in the future.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | JuneMonth 2014Year | AustraliaCity/State, AustraliaCountry
C&IMarket Segment | SolarTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Fund investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC is providing up to AU$70 million senior debt finance under a AU$116 million solar PV power purchase agreement (PPA) program to be delivered by a leading US vertically integrated solar company. SunEdison will enter the Australian market with a range of differentiated finance products including leasing and PPAs. This program will support expansion of the solar PV market in Australia, bringing new financing options and leading international expertise to large commercial customers with system requirements exceeding 100kW (AU$20 million) and National Consumer and Small-to-Medium Enterprise customers (AU$50 million). SunEdison will be contributing equity to the programme to bring the total programme funding to AU$116 million.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | JuneMonth 2014Year | Alice Springs, Northern TerritoryCity/State, AustraliaCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | SolarTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC provided AU$13 million in construction and term finance for a 5MW portfolio of four solar PV plants, 3 of which are in remote communities, the fourth in Alice Springs. Total cost of the plants is AUD 15m. The CEFC’s loan will allow construction of a 3.1 MW expansion project. 2 of the solar plants have long-term power purchase agreements with the Northern Territory’s Power and Water Corporation. Epuron is investing equity in the form of expansion capital and the value of the Uterne 1 and TLKN assets into the transaction. There is no concessionality.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Finance Organisation (Japan)Green Bank | MarchMonth 2014Year | AkitaCity/State, JapanCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Waste-to-EnergyTechnology | Equity InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GFO committed to invest US$1 million equity in this project in Akita, Japan. The plant will generate power from waste (eg raw garbage), providing an alternative to municipal waste incineration.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | MarchMonth 2014Year | PerthCity/State, AustraliaCountry
C&IMarket Segment | WaveTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investment, DemonstrationRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC provided a AU$20 million debt funding facility to assist in the final stage of the development and commercialisation of wave power technology, known as the CETO technology (CETO 6) in Perth. The CEFC, in conjunction with Carnegie, developed a new hybrid corporate loan/project finance financing structure tailored for this transaction and the CETO technology development. The new financing model is designed to lower the financing risks. The loan is structured to fund the development of a specific project but with security over the assets of the company including any cash refunds the company will receive under the R&D tax incentive. While technically a corporate loan, this has a high level of structural controls such as those usually found in project finance transactions. This financing structure can have wider application for other emerging energy technology projects, and be used by other financers to accelerate development of the renewable energy industry in Australia.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | MarchMonth 2014Year | New South WalesCity/State, AustraliaCountry
C&IMarket Segment | Energy EfficiencyTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Fund investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC provided AU$100 million of debt finance to Balmain Funds Management for deep retrofit projects targeting commercial properties that will help reinvigorate Australia’s ageing building stock and improve its energy productivity while reducing operating and maintenance cost.The CEFC finance will be used for major building retrofits that lift a property’s National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) rating by at least two stars, up to at least four stars (or the equivalent thereof).


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Investment GroupGreen Bank | MarchMonth 2014Year | Liverpool Bay, off the North Wales coastCity/State, UKCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Offshore WindTechnology | Equity InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investment, DemonstrationRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GIB bought 10% equity from RWE Innogy at purchase price of GB£ 220 million in this offshore wind project in Liverpool Bay. GIB’s stake in the wind farm was subsequently acquired by the GIB Financial Services-managed Offshore Wind Fund in October 2015.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Finance Organisation (Japan)Green Bank | MarchMonth 2014Year | IbarakiCity/State, JapanCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Offshore WindTechnology | Equity InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investment, DemonstrationRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GFO committed to invest US$5 million equity (preferred stocks) in the development stage of this wind project in Ibaraki. This is the first commercial offshore wind farm in Japan. Green Fund made an investment with the hope that wide knowledge and intelligence obtained through this project would contribute to the growth of Japanese technologies, relevant industries, and employment generation in the area of offshore wind.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Finance Organisation (Japan)Green Bank | MarchMonth 2014Year | HokkaidoCity/State, JapanCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Onshore WindTechnology | Equity InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GFO committed to invest US$1 million equity in this wind project in Hokkaido. The offtaker is Hokkaido Electric Power Company.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Finance Organisation (Japan)Green Bank | MarchMonth 2014Year | FukushimaCity/State, JapanCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | SolarTechnology | Equity InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investment, DemonstrationRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GFO committed to invest US$0.5 million equity in this Solar project in Fukushima. The project consists of Iwatsuki site (300KW) and 20 other sites (50KW each). The investment is going to support not only the promotion of RE but also restoration from the disaster of Tohoku Earthquake in 2011. This project is a model of widely distributed smaller solar power generation designed for snow and ice regions.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Investment GroupGreen Bank | MarchMonth 2014Year | Off Yorkshire and the Humber estuaryCity/State, UKCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Offshore WindTechnology | Equity InvestmentType of Investment | RefinancingRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

In 2014, GIB and Marubani refinanced part of stake in this offshore wind project off Yorkshire and the Humber estuary, UK with private investors. GIB invested GB£241 million in this project via equity stake. In 2015, GB£310 million of equity from original investment was refinanced with senior debt from five international lending banks.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | FebruaryMonth 2014Year | New South Wales & VictoriaCity/State, AustraliaCountry
C&IMarket Segment | Energy Efficiency, Water ConservationTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Fund investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC further capitalised the existing Environmental Upgrade Agreement (EUA) fund with AU$20 million with National Australia Bank. The EUA finance is for improvement projects from AU$250,000 and above that reduce energy use, lower carbon emissions and save water. It is available for commercial properties in Sydney and Melbourne, and across many regional centres in NSW.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Investment GroupGreen Bank | FebruaryMonth 2014Year | NottinghamshireCity/State, UKCountry
C&IMarket Segment | Biomass, CHP, Energy EfficiencyTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GIB’s GB£5 million debt will finance the installation of a combined heat and power plant, dual fuel boilers, biomass boilers and an effluent treatment plant that will benefit Rampton Hospital in partnership with Nottinghamshire Healthcare. GIB’s loan will be paid back over a 15 year period. This ‘spend to save’ model means that the cost savings from the energy efficiency measures will exceed the cost of the repayments. A similar model will be used for other projects financed by the alliance between GIB-SGEF.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | JanuaryMonth 2014Year | AustraliaCountry
C&IMarket Segment | BiogasTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investment, DemonstrationRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC agreed to provide Queensland biogas specialist Quantum Power Limited with finance of up to AU$40 million for new biogas energy infrastructure projects. These projects, each typically between AU$2 million and AU$4 million, will provide food processors and other agribusinesses with onsite energy, reducing their total energy costs and having a positive impact on their competitiveness.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Finance Organisation (Japan)Green Bank | DecemberMonth 2013Year | OitaCity/State, JapanCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | GeothermalTechnology | Equity InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GFO committed to invest US$3 million in a fund with Oita Venture Capital Co., Ltd. for a Geothermal project in Oita. This project makes best use of local natural resources (hot springs) and was developed in collaboration with local financial instruments and local governments.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Investment GroupGreen Bank | DecemberMonth 2013Year | NW and NE EnglandCity/State, UKCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Waste-to-EnergyTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

A GB£250 million waste-to-energy plant was built in Teesside with support from the UK GIB. The project includes building all the necessary energy from waste infrastructure, including two rail interchanges. The project is part of a 30-year Public Private Partnership contract between the Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority and a consortium of SITA UK, Sembcorp Utilities UK and the ITOCHU Corporation. The facility will convert more than 420,000 tonnes of residual waste into energy each year, which would have otherwise gone to landfill.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Investment GroupGreen Bank | NovemberMonth 2013Year | London & SW EnglandCity/State, UKCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Waste-to-EnergyTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

A GB£244 million rail interchange and energy recovery centre is to be developed with support from the GIB. The waste is collected from six West London boroughs, serving a population of 1.6 million people. The project will enable over 96 per cent of this material to be diverted from landfill. GIB invested GB£20 million senior debt with a lending club consisting of Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, and Mizuho Bank in this biomass plant in West London. Equity stakes were purchased by SITA UK, Japan’s ITOCHU Corporation and Scottish Widows Investment Partnership.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Finance Organisation (Japan)Green Bank | OctoberMonth 2013Year | GunmaCity/State, JapanCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | BiogasTechnology | Equity InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GFO committed to invest US$1 million equity in this Biomass project in Gunma. The project, at the site of a beverage plant, will use food waste to produce electricity.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Green Investment GroupGreen Bank | OctoberMonth 2013Year | LondonCity/State, UKCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Offshore WindTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Demonstration, RefinancingRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

GIB refinanced a significant portion of Masdar’s 20% equity stake, GB£59 million in the London Array project, the world’s largest offshore wind farm. This project is part of GIB’ strategy to create a secondary market in offshore wind assets.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | AugustMonth 2013Year | AustraliaCountry
MUSHMarket Segment | Energy Efficiency, Solar, Waste ManagementTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Fund investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC provided AU$50 million debt to Energy Efficient Loan (EEL) programme. This is an extension ofthe 2012-13 EEL programme targeting SME finance, but these loans are to assist not?for?profits, particularly local governments to undertake energy efficiency projects and reduce energy costs.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | AugustMonth 2013Year | Moree, New South WalesCity/State, AustraliaCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | SolarTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investment, DemonstrationRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC provided a AU$60 million senior debt facility to Moree Solar Farm for the development and construction of a solar PV power plant in Moree, New South Wales. The project is sponsored by a leading global solar development company Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV). The project has received a grant of AU$101.7 million from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA). Operating since March 2016, the 280-hectare, 56 MW (AC) project was the first in Australia to use single-axis tracking technology. Its 222,000 solar panels can tilt to face the sun as the earth rotates, enabling it to generate 30 per cent more energy than fixed position panels.

In March 2016, FRV announced it had secured a 14.5-year PPA with Origin Energy Ltd for 100 per cent of its output. CEFC will see full repayment for the finance for the project. With the introduction of new financiers to replace the CEFC debt commitment, this project is well and truly established as a high-performing commercial asset that is delivering enduring clean energy benefits.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | AugustMonth 2013Year | PortlandCity/State, AustraliaCountry
UtilityMarket Segment | Onshore WindTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investment, RefinancingRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC provided AU$70 million in debt financing alongside AU$158 million being provided by a consortium of domestic and international banks to Portland Wind Farm. CEFC’s transaction involves financing the construction of stage 4 of the project and refinancing of stages 2 and 3.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018
Clean Energy Finance CorporationGreen Bank | JulyMonth 2013Year | AustraliaCountry
C&IMarket Segment | SolarTechnology | Debt InvestmentType of Investment | Co-investmentRisk Mitigants/Transaction Enablers | View on Member website

CEFC provided a AU$443,000 loan facility to a solar project with a total cost of AU$990,000. NAB is financing the balance. The CEFC finance (originally through Low Carbon Australia, which is now integrated into the CEFC) is structured so the savings from the project and new revenue streams cover the capital and financing costs. This project has thus proceeded with AACo being able to keep capital available for its other developments underway.


Last Updated: 05/01/2018