SunEdison received a $400 million, two-year loan, secured
with shares of its power-plant holding company TerraForm Power
Inc., the Maryland Heights, Missouri-based company said Friday
in a statement. Another $190 million came from the proceeds of a
secondary offering of about 12.9 million SunEdison Semiconductor
SunEdison and TerraForm agreed to buy closely held First
Wind for $2.4 billion in November, seeking to expand the types
of renewable-energy projects it could develop. The acquisition
is expected to close this quarter.
SunEdison shares climbed almost 50 percent in 2014, the
most among peers in the 21-member Bloomberg Intelligence Global
Large Solar Energy Index.
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