Energy Risk Deals of the Year 2012: Carlyle's Plainfield funding

Carlyle’s $125m senior debt funding for Plainfield project

Energy Risk - Deals of the Year 2012

In August 2011, plans to build an innovative renewable energy power plant in Plainfield, Connecticut, were on the verge of collapse. A group of European banks had been planning to provide financing for the $240 million project, but they abruptly pulled out as Europe’s sovereign debt crisis intensified, putting pressure on the continent’s lenders. The Plainfield plant’s stakeholders – US technology giant Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and Enova Energy Group, an Atlanta

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