Delphos engaged as a subcontractor on a USTDA-funded feasibility study to assess the economic, financial and technical viability of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal and distribution network.
Delphos is assisting Keystone Engineering, Inc., an energy firm specializing in development and construction support of offshore wind and oil and gas platforms.
Delphos is providing advisory services to support the Government of Gambia, as assisted by the African Legal Support Facility (“ALSF”).
Delphos won an international tender from the Government of Cameroon to perform technical, economic, financial, legal, and regulatory advisory services related to a gas-to-electricity power project in southwest Cameroon.
Delphos is advising a developer, Upepo, in relation to the Masaiti Energy Project, a 150 MW hybrid renewable energy plant, consisting of 100 MW of wind, 50 MW of PV solar, and 20 megawatt-hours of battery storage.
Delphos is advising the Government of Pakistan under USAID’s Sustainable Energy for Pakistan (“SEP”) Project. This four-year project is supporting the Government of Pakistan’s efforts to increase the sustainable delivery of energy services to support economic and social development of the country. It aims to facilitate private sector participation and investment in clean and sustainable […]
Phu Cuong Group (“PCG”) retained DNV KEMA Renewables, Inc. (“DNV GL”) to prepare a feasibility study for the 170 MW Phu Cuong Wind Farm in Soc Trang Province in Vietnam.
Delphos is currently advising Tulu Moye Geothermal Operations on the development of 520 MW (over $2 billion of project costs) of geothermal power generation at Tulu Moye, Ethiopia.
In support of Tata Power’s bold goal of installing 50,000 mini-grids in India, Delphos prepared a project teaser, held discussions with more than 100 key funding sources and donors, managed a funding source tracking list, and delivered a final report with potential capital structures including concessional funding options and key findings.
Delphos advised the consortium on all financial aspects for a final bid in response to a government tender for 200 MW of PV solar capacity. Delphos’s services included construction of a financial model, review and comments on all tender documentation and project agreements, developing an optimal financial structure, and coordination and selection a preferred pre-bid […]
The government of Panama sold controlling shareholdings in four generation companies through a competitive international bid.
Delphos was contracted by the Rockefeller Foundation and Smart Power to provide a financing options assessment for decentralized renewable energy mini-grids in Myanmar.
Delphos is assisting Kuikila, a Portuguese developer backed by Actis, with the development of a 78 MW gas-fired power plant.
As financial advisor to Ormat, Delphos utilized a USTDA feasibility study to arrange two U.S. Ex-Im Mixed Credit facilities (a tied-aid structure consisting of 65% loan and 35% USAID grant) for two geothermal projects in the Philippines (Mak Ban and Bacon Manito).
Delphos led a consortium of technical, economic, environmental, and legal advisors.
Delphos examined examples of regions throughout the world that have established or are attempting to establish cross-border, multilateral power trading and identifying best practices and lessons learned that are relevant to the ASEAN context and prepared a feasibility report on multilateral power trade mechanism in ASEAN region. As part of the engagement, Delphos examined the […]
Since July 2007, Delphos International and its consortium partners helped the GoB develop the large-scale Mmamabula electricity and coal project. The consortium team consists of experts from Delphos International, Hunton & Williams, and London Economics.
Delphos completed an analysis of financing options for a U.S. Trade and Development Agency (“USTDA”) funded feasibility study for the installation of flue-gas desulphurization systems at a major Romanian lignite-fired combined heat and power plant.
Delphos is acting as the prime contractor on a USTDA-funded feasibility study for an Actis-backed 50 MW wind power project with integrated battery storage in Kenya.
Delphos advised the Carbon War Room, an NGO founded by Sir Richard Branson with an aim to reduce carbon emissions, on its effort to develop renewable energy projects as part of its Ten Island Challenge Initiative.
Delphos served as a financial advisor to the Government of Rwanda’s (“GoR”) Ministry of Infrastructure for the financing of two greenfield, run-of-the-river hydropower facilities, a 27.8 MW capacity facility in Nyaborongo and a 9.5 MW capacity facility in Rukarara.
Delphos performed financial and market due diligence for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (“OPIC”) on a proposed $173 million greenfield ethanol production facility in Sao Paulo state, Brazil.
Delphos served as a prime contractor on a USTDA-sponsored feasibility study for implementing modern distribution technologies in the Eko and Ikeja electricity distribution networks in Nigeria.
Delphos acted as the sole financial advisor to Starsight Power Utility Limited (“Starsight”), a leading energy services provider based in Lagos, in obtaining $10 million in long-term senior debt financing from Finnfund and Norfund.
Delphos advised the Government of Botswana and Botswana Power Corporation (“BPC”) on the financing of the 600 MW Morupule B coal-fired power project, including associated transmission and water supply infrastructure, with total project costs estimated at $1.6 billion.
Triangle General Contractors of Brooklyn, NY, utilized a $5.5 million loan from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (“OPIC”) to reconstruct the 8.3-megawatt Kozhner hydropower facility in the western Decan region of Kosovo.
Delphos served as a sole advisor to an Ormat-led consortium to raise over $350 million of senior debt from the Asian Development Bank (“ADB”) to construct, operate, and maintain the Sarulla geothermal project in Indonesia with total generation capacity of 330 MW.
Delphos was a co-financial advisor with Sanwa Bank to a consortium of The AES Corporation, Nichimen Corporation, and Group Hermes, which won a contract to build a 484 MW combined-cycle gas-fired power plant on a BOO basis in Mexico.
Delphos served as a subcontractor to IMG Rebel on a financial structuring engagement funded by the United States Agency for International Development (“USAID”) for the landmark 4,500 MW Diamer Bhasha Dam Project (“DBDP”) in Pakistan with total project costs estimated at $13 billion.
Delphos serves as a member of a team of financial, technical, regulatory/legal, and environmental experts retained by the National Agency for the Development of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (“ADEREE”) to assess the feasibility of a 5 MW PV solar power plant in Essaouira, Morocco.
Delphos served as a member of a team of financial, technical, regulatory/legal, and environmental experts retained by SNTL, the largest logistics company in Morocco.
Delphos, as Seacor Worldwide Inc.’s financial advisor, advocated on its behalf to significantly reduce past due receivables through coordinated efforts with the Department of Commerce, Embassy of Angola and U.S.-Angola Chamber of Commerce.
Delphos supported Javno preduzeće Elektroprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine d.d. Sarajevo (“JP EPBiH”), a public power utility company, with the development of a new 450 MW lignite unit (“Unit 7”) and expansion of the Tuzla thermal power plant in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Delphos International served as a subcontractor to Granherne, Inc. on the USTDA funded feasibility study to assess the viability of two pipeline expansion projects put forth by Transgaz S.A.
Delphos assisted SunEdison, a leading global PV solar developer, on structuring a holding company for its development and
construction activities in Africa and Asia. Delphos structured and raised a $55 million equity investment from IFC into the holding
Delphos was selected by USTDA as a prime contractor to provide project preparation advisory services to support the Government of South Africa’s plans to develop its natural gas sector.
Delphos assisted DNV GL Group, a renewable energy consulting firm, on the economic and financial analysis and assessment for a feasibility study to help expand utility-scale renewable energy generation in Belize.
MBIA, the Armonk, NY based monoline insurance company, and the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) invested a total of $240 million to support the expansion of the electricity distribution networks in El Salvador, to bring much needed benefits to the rural areas of the country.
Delphos has worked with Dodson-Lindblom (“DLI”) on numerous occasions. The firm first acted as an advisor to DLI in 1999 by helping to raise $10 million in project financing for a 12 MW rehabilitation project in the State of Maharashtra near Mumbai, India; this was the first private hydropower project in India.
Delphos was the sole financial advisor to the Consorcio Energetico de Punta Cana Macao (“CEPM”) for a wind power project in the Dominican Republic, and assisted the company in obtaining financing from the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”).
Delphos served as a financial advisor to The AES Corporation on this greenfield, lignite-fired project with installed capacity of 670 MW, which received Project Finance magazine’s Power Deal of the Year award in 2005 for Europe.
Delphos won a competitive tender from GRIDCo, Ghana’s national transmission grid operator, to lead an advisory team of engineering, financial, economic, regulatory, and environmental experts to assess the feasibility of two new 161 kV transmission lines stretching more than 330 km in eastern Ghana.
As financial advisors to Ormat in a $65 million, 28 MW geothermal power project, Delphos arranged a senior loan facility of $45 million provided by International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) under an A/B loan structure.
Delphos was engaged by The World Bank Group’s Global Infrastructure Facility to advise the Government of Ecuador on the readiness of a 595 MW hydropower project for implementation on public-private partnership.
Delphos served as the team leader in a consortium of financial, technical, market, legal/regulatory and environmental experts retained by the Government of Cameroon to assess the feasibility of construction and operation of a 75 MW hydropower facility and associated transmission infrastructure and upgrades in the northeast of the country.
Delphos won an international tender from Baja California State Energy Commission to lead a U.S. Trade and Development Agency (“USTDA”)-funded feasibility study that assesses the financial, legal, technical, and environmental feasibility of a 50 MW wind power project in Baja California, Mexico.
Delphos served as a financial advisor to Ormat International, Inc, who was awarded a “build, own, and operate” contract to develop a 48 MW geothermal power project in the Kenyan East Rift Valley, as a part of the government of Kenya’s efforts to increase the country’s electricity generating capabilities.
Delphos served as a financial advisor on a multidisciplinary team of experts led by DNV GL conducting a feasibility study for the 100 MW Tan Thuan near offshore wind farm located in the Mekong Delta, Ca Mau Province in Vietnam.