PFI Yearbook 2020

Welcome to the 2020 Refinitiv Project Finance International (PFI) Yearbook. The yearbook is our annual publication in which we look at the events of 2019, through case studies and the PFI Awards, and look forward into 2020 with interviews and articles in the Global section of the book.

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AIIB – Ambitions and innovation
KDB - Going international
Financial sponsors lead the way
Irish eyes are smiling
Libor transition in international PF
LNG disrupted end to decade
The evolving structure of PPAs
Absorbing corporate PPA risks
Bank liquidity on Taiwan offshore wind
Key PF issues for Vietnamese IPPs
Renewables in Australia beyond 2020
Polish offshore – On the verge


Calcasieu Pass funds modular LNG
Exim Bank prospects and PF
ITC – Phasing down while ramping up
PV peaker solves Hawaii's sunny problem
Local currency backs port expansion


Bringing PF to New Zealand's wind
Queensland pushes transport PPPs
Cofinancing the Riau IPP
Thailand's first two monorail MRTs
UT-1 hydro empowers Nepal


MEA Awards
Investors make room for Brebemi
Turning Belgrade's waste into energy
The world's largest SWRO plant
Favourable winds – Dumat Al Jandal
The African infrastructure gap
Lekki lays a port milestone
Nouakchott Port – A sign of the times

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Connecting to the grid

Grid connections permitting, see previous articles on the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and its marginal loss factors (MLFs), solar is making major strides in becoming the small to medium, to mega-sized power projects.