Chenez Dyer Bray
Chenez is an Associate in the Firm's Project Development and Finance Group. She has acted for international and domestic sponsors and financiers on a number of complex project finance transactions, general corporate finance matters and public-private partnerships, with a particular focus on the power and energy sectors.
Represented the financiers on the refinancing of Callide C and Millmerran Coal Power Stations.
Acted for a seller in relation to the sale of a solar farm project in New South Wales.
Advised FRV in relation to the corporate restructuring and delivery of the 68.7 MW AC Goonumbla Solar Farm project in New South Wales.
Acted for ESCO Pacific in relation to the delivery, financing and equity sale of the 175MW Finley Solar Farm in New South Wales, Australia.
Advised Neoen in relation to the delivery and financing of the 100MW Numurkah Solar Farm in Victoria, Australia.
Acted for the management of Noble Group Ltd. on its US$3.5 billion debt-for-equity restructuring.
Advised Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners on the US$3billion project financing of the 589MW Changfang and Xidao offshore wind project in Taiwan.
Advised an international renewables company on the financing of and regulatory considerations in respect of the construction of a wind farm to be located in Victoria, Australia.
Acted for Neoen in relation to the delivery and financing of the 460MW Western Downs Green Power Hub in Queensland, Australia.
Advised a bidder in relation to the sale and purchase (and related security arrangements) of a wind farm in Victoria, Australia.
Advised Neoen in relation to the delivery and financing of the 300MW Victorian Big Battery to be constructed at Moorabool Terminal Station, near Geelong, Victoria.
Advised Tetris Capital and DIF on the PPP project financing of two schools in Angle Vale and Aldinga in South Australia, Australia.
Advised a consortium of bidders in relation to the project financing aspects for the New Footscray Hospital PPP bid.
Ongoing representation of the export credit agencies and a syndicate of international and local banks on wpd's EUR 2.7 billion financing of the 700 MW Yunlin offshore wind project in Taiwan.