How flight-to-quality lending is affecting Argentina’s renewable sector

Summary: As Argentina prepares for Ronda 2 of its RenovAr renewables program, all eyes remain on the largely successful Rondas 1 y 1,5 from last year. Meanwhile lenders, concerned with slow macroeconomic and structural changes, focus on larger corporates with strong balance sheets.

About the publisherCarlos St. James is a leading advisor to energy investors, bankers and developers in emerging markets at Wood Group Clean Energy. He founded the Argentine Renewable Energy Chamber and is currently a board member of the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy (LAC-CORE). He publishes the Latin American Energy Review to help generate debate on the industry’s issues.

The region’s single most important industry event is the LAC-CORE Clean Energy Finance Summit, held in Miami, Florida this week (June 13-15), where investors and bankers discuss the industry’s outlook.

He has been named Conference Chair of the upcoming Congreso de energias renovables, held in Buenos Aires this June 28, and will be attending the Argentina Energy & Infrastructure Finance Forum 2017 on June 29.

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