Andersen has hired Carmen Mozún as partner for the Energy area, where she will advise on corporate transactions related to this sector. The profile With a degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid and a specialization in M&A from New York University, Carmen Mozún has more than 20 years of experience working at KPMG Abogados […]
Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised Natixis, S.A. Sucursal en España (“Natixis”) on the project financing of three photovoltaic plants owned by Matrix Renewables with a total installed capacity of 128.99 MW located in Almonte, Huelva, Spain. Natixis acted as lender for the credit facility granted to Matrix Renewables via its subsidiary MR Rocio […]
Watson Farley & Williams has advised Banco Santander on a €1bn green loan with a European Export Credit Agency guarantee granted to Iberdrola for the financing of the acquisition of turbines for both onshore and offshore windfarm projects in Spain, Poland, Greece, Germany and the United Kingdom. The financing, which has a maximum maturity term […]
The increasing use of power purchase agreements (PPAs) in the energy sector could offset the impact of the uncertainty created by the end of the government’s regulatory period next year, according to EY Abogados partner Félix Plasencia.
Green bonds allow issuers to diversify their investor base, while they can also help companies to improve their corporate image and green credentials
The emergence of merchant projects without regulated incomes has marked the beginning of a new era in the Spanish renewable energy market
A growing need for regulatory advice, as well as increasing uncertainty regarding the tax framework for Portugal’s renewable energy sector, is driving demand for legal advice
Investors in Portugal’s renewable energy market have endured a turbulent few years. Profitable projects ran into difficulties in 2012 after the Portuguese government cut back on generous industry incentives as part of its bailout plan.