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WFW advises Elwan on financing for Spanish PV portfolio

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Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) has advised Elawan Energy (Elawan) on a €92 million loan for the project financing of its 250 MW Campanarios photovoltaic (PV) portfolio, comprising five Spanish plants currently under construction with a 50 MW nominal capacity, located in Spain’s Albacete region.

The transaction closed on November 03, 2020, with the plants to be operational by Q4 2021.

Banco Sabadell, Bankia, Abanca Corporación Bancaria, y Banco Pichincha España, acted as financing entities for the circa €92 million structured loans granted to the special purpose vehicles (SPVs) that own each plant, themselves all owned by Elawan Energy.

The WFW Madrid Finance team that advised Elawan was led by partner Rodrigo Berasategui working closely with senior associate Juan Vicente Barquilla and associate Laura Fontán.

“We are very pleased to have advised Elawan once again on an important transaction for the Spanish market, having advised them on their initial entry into the PV sector. That were able to help them successfully close this deal in such uncertain times as the present is yet another clear example of the confidence of international investors and financial institutions in the Spanish renewable assets and the knowledge and expertise of everyone involved. It is precisely thanks to this expertise that WFW is recognized as the go-to-firm for complex in sector legal advice in Spain”.

Rodrigo Berasategui.
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