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Green Evaluation: Coronation HoldCo Renovables S.L.U's €170 Million Bridge Facility Agreement (Forestalia), March 29, 2019

Coronation HoldCo Renovables S.L.U. is seeking to borrow a two year €170 million floating bridge facility, to build, start up, and operate 10 wind projects with 342MW of capacity in Aragón, Spain. The borrower's ultimate shareholders are Forestalia (25%), Engie (42%) and Mirova Core Infrastructure Fund (33%). Spain-based Forestalia, the project's lead sponsor, was awarded the right to build 1,500 MW of total wind power capacity in Spanish auctions conducted by the Ministry of Energy in January 2016 and May 2017. Forestalia is dedicated to the development and operation of renewable energy, specifically based on wind, photovoltaic (PV) solar and biomass technologies, and currently operates projects with 3,600 MW of capacity


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