DPI® Accreditation and Project Guarantees.
Allieds' Debt Protection Platform: is designed for project developers to support them in reaching commercial status and financial close. The objective of the due diligence is to understand your project's technology, projected financials and debt repayment and supporting you to reach financial close supported by Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®)*.
Access our pre-project accreditation form- HERE
Anyone can say what they think should happen in a project, it is more about what is likely to happen. By allowing us to become part of your team from the start, we can work with you to progress your business plan, from understanding your chosen technology, its design history through fabrication to commercial deployment. Thereby reducing the due diligence requirement of your EPC and O&M contractors and adding value to your business plan strategy and a positive corporate image, resulting in your project having a competitive advantage in the financial markets.
PLUS! by providing additional financial security to your project the platform provides you with many benefits, such as;
- Higher Debt Investment - lower-cost borrowing,
- Control over Exit Strategy - greater retention of shares in the company.
Only through Allieds due diligence and final report, can you obtain through your insurance broker up to $50M per project* to guarantee your projects ability to repay its debt service!
Access our pre-project accreditation form HERE
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The due diligence is based on:
This review is to understand the current status, history, due diligence and testing regimes, proposed manufacturing approach, achievable quality and productivity, the fabrication of all components, and ensuring that the various elements are built to comply with industry best practice, both in terms of materials and manufacture. Any gaps or areas of concern identified are ranked for further discussion.
2. Third Parties such as EPC and O&M
This review is to understand the terms and conditions offered by the EPC contractor up to the point of handover and of the O&M contractor in providing their on-going services to the project sponsors after EPC sign off.
3. Offtake and feedstock contracts
This review is to understand the terms and conditions of these contracts, with a focus on any penalty or break clauses that might affect the overall profitability of the projects cashflow and Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR).
The objectives of the due diligence are to;
- Conclude with a financial guarantee to support your projects Debt Service.
- Proactively, identify risks
- Assess the likelihood in an occurrence of the risks
- Determine actions
- Control risk on an ongoing basis, through RiskWise® process monitoring.
The period of due diligence will be determined by the documentation that is available to substantiate final or forecasted operational hours and the if required scale-up to commercialisation.
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*Subject to due diligence and acceptance through your insurance broker.