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June 29, 2014
17:00 EDTSUNESunEdison closes financing for merchant solar project in Chile
On Friday evening, SunEdison announced the closing of a $155M non-recourse debt financing arrangement with the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, OPIC, the U.S. Government's development finance institution, the Inter-American Development Bank, IDB, the largest multilateral lender to Latin America and the Caribbean, the Clean Technology Fund, CTF, a multinational fund whose resources are channeled by IDB to support investments aimed at having a transformational impact in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and CorpBanca, one of the most important Chilean commercial banks. The debt proceeds will be used in Chile for the construction of a 72.8 MWp solar power plant, to inject energy directly into the Sistema Interconectado del Norte Grande, SING, selling all its production in the spot market. OPIC is providing $ 48.9M of debt, the IDB is providing $50.3M of debt directly and is also administering the $16Mof debt from the CTF, and CorpBanca is providing a parallel loan of $39.8M in addition to providing a local Chilean Peso VAT facility for the equivalent of $35M. CorpBanca's participation represents the first time a local bank is participating in the senior debt facility for a merchant solar project in Chile.
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07:37 EDTSUNESunEdison to invest over $700M to develop 350 MW of solar in Chile
SunEdison (SUNE) announced that the National Energy Commission in Chile has awarded SunEdison a contract to supply 570 gigawatt hours of clean energy a year. SunEdison noted that the National Energy Commission in Chile recently changed the bidding process used to award electricity supply contracts for the regulated market to create a more level playing field across different kinds of energy. With these changes, SunEdison was able to bid on and win supply contracts for 570 gigawatt hours of solar energy. SunEdison was awarded the provision of 190 gigawatt hours per year during the daytime block which begins in 2016 and a further provision of 380 gigawatt hours per during the daytime block which will become operational in 2017. To meet the demand, SunEdison will be investing more than $700M to develop 350 megawatts of utility scale solar photovoltaic power plants throughout the country. The plants will be added to the call right list of TerraForm Power (TERP), a global owner and operator of renewable energy power plants.

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