Lia (Maria) Adalia

Associate, London

Biography

Overview

Lia Adalia is an associate in our Project Development and Finance Group, a global team dedicated to providing business and strategic advice to clients regarding financing transactions, which enable the completion of major projects.

Bars and Courts
Supreme Court of Victoria
Education
Graduate Diploma in Law
College of Law
Juris Doctor
Melbourne Law School
Bachelor of Arts (Media & Comms)
Melbourne University
Languages
English
Indonesian
Mandarin

Experience

Lia’s experience includes:

Representation of Kommunalkredit Austria AG and European institutional investors on the secured €175 million refinancing of Spanish Solar PV Plant Talasol.

Representation of the export credit agencies and a syndicate of international and Taiwanese commercial banks on the €2.7 billion (NT$94 billion) project financing of wpd's 640 MW Yunlin offshore wind project in Taiwan. This deal won "Asia Pacific Renewable Deal of the Year 2019" by PFI Awards, "Asia Pacific Offshore Wind Deal of the Year 2019" by IJGlobal Awards, "Overall ECA-backed Deal of the Year 2019" by TXF Awards, "Project Finance Deal of the Year 2019" by FinanceAsia Achievement Awards, and "Energy and Infrastructure Project of the Year 2020" by Asia Legal Awards.Neoen on the development and project financing of the 460MWp Western Downs Solar Farm in Queensland, Australia.

Representation of Melbourne Metro Rail Authority in relation to the Metro Tunnel Project in Victoria, which includes the development of twin 9 kilometre rail tunnels, five new underground stations and over-station developments in and around the Melbourne CBD.

Representation of Neoen on its financing of the 50MW expansion of Hornsdale Power Reserve; a joint development with Tesla of the world’s largest lithium ion battery in South Australia, including in relation to the asset’s offtake agreement with the South Australian Government.

Representation of FRV in relation to the offtake agreements and project financing of the 85MW Winton Solar Farm in Victoria.