Brookfield Renewable and Coram Energy Complete Project Financing of $240m for Coram Brodie Wind Power Project in California - Deal Analysis from GlobalData
Brookfield Renewable Power Inc. (BRPI), and Coram Energy Corporation (CEC), secured project financing of $240m for the construction and development of their Joint Venture (JV) onshore wind power project, Coram Brodie, in June, 2011. The financing was received from the Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Bank, Sumitomo Corporation Bank and an undisclosedJapanese bank.
The report analyses the financing secured by Brookfield Renewable and Coram Energy for their joint venture Coram Brodie wind project.
It covers rationale of the deal, key details about the wind farm, a few comparable deals, key drivers of the deal, and brief profiles of the companies.
The objectives of entities; to develop wind project is also analyzed.
Reasons to buy
The deal analysis provides details on -
Financing secured by Brookfield Renewable and Coram Energy for their joint venture - Coram Brodie wind project.
The brief of deal
The rationale, which explains why the financing was necessary and what factors had entitled the entity/ies involved in securing the finance,
Comparable deal section show the similar kind of other deals
Key drivers section in this deal analyze that,
the region where the projects is located is very good location for wind resources development,
how the state of California has created favorable business environment for renewable energy development,
the entities involved have their own objective to develop the wind project.
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