Buz Barclay contributes to Inframation News Berhard Capital article
Insights Bernays T. (Buz) Barclay · May 14, 2020
Rimon Partner Buz Barclay was quoted in an article on private equity acquisition of municipal utilities in Inframation News, a leading global provider of infrastructure finance news, analysis, data and events.
The once frothy municipal bond market used to be a safe haven for US cities to tap for much-needed repairs and upkeep.
According to the American Power Public Association in January, tax-exempt bonds have financed USD 2trn worth of new investments in infrastructure over the past decade, including USD 80bn for electric power generation, transmission and distribution.
In the search for private capital to replenish their tax revenues, other municipalities took the route towards privatization, some with mixed results. Read the full Inframation News article here.
Buz Barclay focuses on business transactions primarily in the electric power industry and in infrastructure projects and provides business counsel to a broad array of emerging companies and ventures, primarily in the energy space. His multi-disciplinary practice includes start-up business counseling and financing, joint ventures, mergers and corporate and asset acquisitions, project development, project restructuring, project finance, private equity and venture capital investing. He has guided energy companies through initial public offerings in the US and guided US energy companies through IPOs in Canada. Mr. Barclay has experience with fossil fuel technologies, energy efficiency, and metering products and services; compressed air, pumped hydro and other energy storage technologies and projects; wind, solar, biomass and other renewable resources; biofuels; coal-to-liquids; fuel cells; waste-to-energy; district heating and cooling systems; combined (clean) heat and power and distributed generation, and independent transmission projects. Read more about Buz here.
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