Bankability of a Renewable Energy Project

Bankability of a Renewable Energy Project

Lachlan Tait

15 years: Renewable energy & project finance lawyer

In the third video of this series, Lachlan talks about "bankability", what it means, and what makes a renewable energy project "bankable."

In the third video of this series, Lachlan talks about "bankability", what it means, and what makes a renewable energy project "bankable."

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Bankability of a Renewable Energy Project

5 mins 24 secs

Overview

For a renewables project to be bankable, its risks must be sufficiently eliminated or mitigated, and project revenues sufficiently sure and secure. Renewable energy projects typically include documents covering authorisations, land and access rights, power purchase agreements, construction, operation and maintenance, and connection.

Key learning objectives:

  • What is bankability?

  • What makes a renewables project bankable?

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Lachlan Tait

Lachlan Tait

Lachlan Tait is a lawyer specialising in renewable energy and project finance, and has been for 15 years. For the last 5 years he has worked in-house with renewable energy developers active across a range of jurisdictions, including both developed and emerging markets. He has participated in the negotiation, documentation and closing of numerous renewables project financings, involving a wide range of lenders including smaller national banks and international commercial banks.

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