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Power and utilities financing

In today’s rapidly changing environment, a solid strategy and long-term planning are essential, especially in the uncertain conditions that the power generating sector faces. Highly regulated and its fortunes linked to macroeconomic developments, the power sector is looking to ride these waves of change most optimally. ING Wholesale Banking (WB) can help, not only by providing the right financial support, but also by offering its market-leading advice in these turbulent times.

ING WB advises and structures non-recourse debt financing transactions. Our analytical skills in technical domains and our financial modelling capabilities have also led us to become an experienced lead arranger in this field. These financing transactions typically relate to Greenfield projects, refinancing and acquisition of existing power generating assets, as well as portfolio financing. While our core activities include non-recourse financing of (Greenfield) thermal and renewable energy power regeneration, our main point of focus – and key growth area, particularly in Europe – is in renewables. This includes on- and offshore wind propositions and concentrated and photovoltaic solar projects. Other areas that we focus on are refurbishment projects or environmental upgrades of existing power plants and high voltage transmission lines.

As a client of ING WB, you have direct access to our Utilities, Power and Renewables team and benefit directly from our close and long-standing relationships with multilateral agencies, such as IFC, EBRD and EIB, as well as our strong links to export credit agencies. So, if you are looking for innovative financing structures, and transparent and efficient financing solutions, please get in touch and let us know how we can help you.

  • Advising, structuring, and lead arranging non-recourse debt financing transactions
  • Great analytical skills, financial modelling capabilities and solid execution
  • Team of professionals with long-standing and in-depth industry knowledge
  • Local expertise / knowledge through cooperation with local teams in ING’s home markets

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