SunEdison Arranges $130 Million Loan for Solar Project in Chile

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) — SunEdison Inc., the best-performing
solar company this year, arranged a $130 million loan to develop
a power plant in Chile.

Corpbanca SA and Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA are
providing non-recourse debt for the 69.5-megawatt Javiera solar
farm, St. Peters, Missouri-based SunEdison said today in a
statement. The lenders also will provide a local Chilean peso
VAT facility worth $30 million.

SunEdison’s TerraForm Power Inc. unit plans to acquire the
power plant when it’s connected to the grid in the first quarter
of next year. Minera Los Pelambres, a unit of Antofagasta
Minerals SA, has agreed to buy electricity from the solar farm
under a 20-year contract.

SunEdison has gained about 45 percent this year, leading
the 21-member Bloomberg Intelligence Global Large Solar index.

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