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Former White House Adviser reflects on Obama's legacy

S&P GLOBAL. OCT. 19, 2016

NEW YORK: Jason Bordoff, a former energy adviser to President Obama, discusses how market forces are shaping the global gas market, why pipeline operators must engage more with local communities and the transitioning energy landscape through the 2016 presidential elections and beyond.

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Leclanché CEO: 'Days of large power plants and chunky investments are over'

S&P GLOBAL. APRIL 14, 2016

GENEVA AREA, SWITZERLAND: At Bloomberg New Energy Finance's Future of Global Energy summit, Anil Srivastava, French-born CEO of Leclanché SA, the world's oldest battery manufacturer, shares the Swiss firm's approach to its upcoming energy storage projects, the financing landscape and evolving opportunities for energy and battery storage manufacturers.

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Q&A: Navindu Katugampola, Morgan Stanley 

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POWER FINANCE AND RISK. AUG. 3, 2015 EDITION

LONDON: Morgan Stanley, which has underwritten 27 green bond transactions totaling more than $15 billion since 2013, recently tapped the market itself, with the launch of a $500 million green bond priced at 118 basis points over Treasuries. In this exclusive, Navindu Katugampola, Morgan Stanley's London-based head of green and sustainability bond origination, speaks to Managing Editor Nischinta Amarnath about the rationale behind the bond issuance, the growing market for green bonds and the flow of private capital towards U.S. green bond issuers.

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Q&A: David Giordano, BlackRock

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POWER FINANCE AND RISK. JUNE 8, 2015 EDITION [COVER STORY]

NEW YORK: In this exclusive, David Giordano, managing director at BlackRock Alternative Investments, talks to Managing Editor Nischinta Amarnath about the company’s role in M&A transactions, the benefits of its partnership with EDF Renewable Energy, a burgeoning interest in investments involving greenfield renewable projects, and the risks renewables-focused project finance players face in Latin American markets like Brazil and Chile.

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Q&A: Brian O'Connor and Paul Colatrella, Ares Management

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POWER FINANCE AND RISK. JULY 6, 2015 EDITION [COVER STORY]

NEW YORK: Ares, which snapped up Energy Investor Funds, rubbed shoulders with Goldman Sachs and Credit-Suisse as a co-lead arranger in a refinancing program backing Panda Power Funds’ Temple 1 gas-fired project in Texas. Ares is currently in talks with Panda to finance its 1 GW Hummel combined-cycle gas-fired plant in Pennsylvania. In this exclusive, Ares Management's Managing Directors Brian O’Connor and Paul Colatrella  discuss strategies within the company’s direct lending group, the Panda deal(s), the burgeoning market for mezzanine debt, and more.

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Q&A: Michael Allison, Macquarie Capital - Part I

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POWER FINANCE AND RISK. MAY 25, 2015 EDITION [COVER SPECIAL]

NEW YORK: Michael Allison, senior managing director of Macquarie’s renewables group spoke to Managing Editor Nischinta Amarnath about the bank's approach to clients, M&A activities and capital markets deals. In the first installment of this exclusive, Allison also offers insights into the bank’s measures to minimize the risks involved in providing development capital for renewable projects.

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Q&A: Michael Allison, Macquarie Capital - Part II

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POWER FINANCE AND RISK. JUNE 1, 2015 EDITION [COVER SPECIAL]

NEW YORK: Michael Alli- son, senior managing director of the bank’s renewables group talks to Managing Editor Nischinta Amarnath about his views on the potential for yieldcos companies coming to market, intrinsic challenges involved in securing tax equity investments and the scramble to avail of federal investment and production tax credits by the end of 2016.

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Q&A: Mona Dajani,

Baker & McKenzie

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POWER FINANCE AND RISK. JULY 13, 2015 EDITION.

NEW YORK/CHICAGO:  Baker & McKenzie, which represents lenders, sponsors, private equity funds, developers and underwriters in M&A and project financing deals, recently won a headline-grabbing mandate as an advisor to United Airlines on its equity investment in a biofuel startup, Fulcrum BioEnergy. In this exclusive, Mona Dajani, a partner at Baker & McKenzie’s banking and finance group discusses about how the transformation of the power industry is driving corporate restructuring as well as the scope for consolidation, and a potential uptick in M&A activity.

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Q&A with John Gapper, Financial Times

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. ORIGINALLY CONDUCTED ON DEC. 9, 2011. LAST UPDATED ON MARCH 15, 2012

COVERINGBUSINESS.COM [BACKED BY THE KNIGHT FOUNDATION].

NEW YORK/LONDONJohn Gapper is an associate editor, columnist and blogger for The Financial Times, formerly in New York and presently based in London.

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Q&A With Sam Roe, The Chicago Tribune

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. ORIGINALLY CONDUCTED ON DEC. 23, 2011. LAST UPDATED ON MARCH 2, 2012

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CHICAGO: Sam Roe is an investigative reporter and a journalism professor at Columbia College Chicago. In this exclusive, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist discusses regulation, source development and objectivity.

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Q&A With Jon Talton,

The Seattle Times

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. ORIGINALLY CONDUCTED ON DEC. 21, 2011. LAST UPDATED ON MARCH 4, 2012

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SEATTLEJon Talton is a blogger and columnist for The Seattle Times. He has covered urban economic issues, real estate, energy markets and policy.

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Q&A With Pamela Yip,

The Dallas Morning News

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. ORIGINALLY CONDUCTED IN DEC. 2011. LAST UPDATED ON MARCH 6, 2012

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DALLASPamela Yip is a personal finance writer for the Dallas Morning News and a member of the Board of Governors of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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