SunEdison defaults on convertible bond, say analysts
Troubled renewable energy giant SunEdison is in 'technical default' on a convertible bond, according to US research firm CreditSights.
EF BRIEFS: ET Risk, Latvenergo, Morgan Stanley, TerraForm Global, ICO
A coalition of think-tanks, researchers and financial companies will develop a framework to assess the potential financial impacts on securities created by the transition to a lower-carbon economy.
SunEdison share price falls further as yieldco chief abruptly exits
Brian Wuebbels, CEO and president of SunEdison's yieldcos, has stepped down amid talks of the firm's bankruptcy.
Setting the standard
As the market grows, so too does the number of companies and organisations 'defining' what is acceptable as a green bond. Sophie Robinson-Tillett looks at the patchwork of offerings and how they are set to develop
EF BRIEFS: Vivint, St Paul, National Australia Bank, Engie, Renew Power, Senvion
Distributed solar company Vivint Solar has closed a $200 million term facility to help its expansion across the US.
People Moves - March 2016
The latest people moves at companies including SunEdison, RWE, Green Climate Fund, DNV GL, Schroders and more
SunEdison shares up 40% after merger with Vivint collapses
SunEdison's shares soared more than 40% today after Vivint Solar pulled the plug on the controversial $2.2 billion merger of the two companies.
EF BRIEFS: Senvion, SunEdison, EDF, Renovagen, NTR, Aquila Capital
German-based wind turbine manufacturer Senvion plans to raise up to €703 million ($770 million) in a private placement ahead of its initial public offering.
People Moves - February 2016
The latest people moves at companies including Jinko Solar, Juwi, Wheb, SolarCity, Alliance Trust and more
SunEdison continues to haemorrhage senior staff
Paul Gaynor has become latest high-level departure at beleaguered renewables giant SunEdison, according to a UBS research note.