Recurrent Energy secures debt financing for 200 MW solar power project

Canadian Solar unit Recurrent Energy closed on a combined construction and term debt facility, with a syndicate of six banks, for the 200 MW Tranquillity Solar Power Project in California. The project, developed by Recurrent Energy, is currently under construction.

With NORD/LB as the coordinating lead arranger, six banks, including Rabobank, Santander, KeyBanc, CIT and CIBC, will provide project-level construction debt, LC facilities and a back-leveraged term facility, totaling $337 million.

“At a time when the U.S. utility-scale solar industry is experiencing record growth, top tier financiers find high-quality solar projects to be an attractive asset class,” said Shawn Qu, chairman and CEO of Canadian Solar. “We are proud to partner with this leading group of lenders on the Tranquillity project which underscores our broader team’s ability to consistently deliver bankable solar projects.”

The Tranquillity project, covering an area of 1,900 acres in Fresno County, is expected to reach commercial operation in the fourth quarter of 2016. The project is expected to generate enough clean solar energy to power about 55,000 homes.


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