White & Case LLP has advised Fotowatio Renewable Ventures on the deal.
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) entered into a development and project financing of the 90 MW Sebastopol Solar Farm in New South Wales, Australia.
With a surface area of approximately 248 Ha, it is estimated the Sebastopol Solar Farm will generate enough clean energy to supply more than 40,000 Australian households. ING is the lender to the project, which is supported by a power purchase agreement with the government-owned retailer Snowy Hydro.
Founded in 2006, Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) is a leading global developer of renewable energy solutions for a cleaner and more sustainable future.
The White & Case team in Australia that advised FRV on the transaction was led by partners Brendan Quinn (Picture) and Michelle Keen (both Melbourne) and local partner Mark Montag (Sydney), with support from counsel Candice Ota and Andrea Reeves (both Melbourne) and associates Naomi Midha, Justin Chang, Maria Adalia, Sarah Oh, Kirsten Sugden, David Lagesse (all Melbourne) and Kian Newlyn (Sydney).
Involved fees earner: Maria Adalia – White & Case; Justin Chang – White & Case; Michelle Keen – White & Case; Naomi Midha – White & Case; Mark Montag – White & Case; Kian Newlyn – White & Case; Sarah Oh – White & Case; Candice Ota – White & Case; Brendan Quinn – White & Case; Andrea Reeves – White & Case; Kirsten Sugden – White & Case;
Law Firms: White & Case;
Clients: Fotowatio Renewable Ventures;