The proceeds will primarily be used to refinance its outstanding external commercial debt.
India's ReNew Power has concluded a green bond issue of $375m which was offered at a yield of 6.67% per annum, an announcement revealed.
The capital raised through the five-year non-call two notes will be used for refinancing the IPP’s outstanding external commercial borrowings and as capex in eligible green projects.
“The bond issue was in line with our strategy of diversifying debt sources. The issuance enabled us to fix our interest rate risk and achieve a lower pricing than existing borrowing costs,” ReNew Power’s deputy CFO Kailash Vaswani said in a statement.
The USD denominated bonds were fully subscribed by leading fund managers/asset managers, banks and pension/life funds from across the US, Europe and Asia. The issue was opened for subscription on 5 March 2019 and closed on the same day.
Barclays (B&D), Goldman Sachs, HSBC, J.P. Morgan and YES Bank were the bookrunners for the green bond issue.
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