Enel S.p.A. has signed the five year financing agreement with the two Chinese lenders to promote the development of projects on a world-wide basis.
While the credit line will be available to Enel and its subsidiaries, the Italian utility specifically said Enel Green Power, which it recently repurchased, would be a key actor.
Under the terms, Chinese companies will participate in the projects either as EPC contractors, or suppliers. A spokesperson told pv magazine that as it is a framework agreement, "no details about specific projects or geographical areas of interest are available."
Enel has been active in the Chinese market since 2004.
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