• Up to $50M cover per project available NOW!

    THE GUARANTEE THAT PROTECTS A PROJECTS' PERFORMANCE, ATTRACTS LOWER-COST FINANCE AND ENABLES THE SPONSORS TO RETAIN MORE EQUITY.

     

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  • What is DPI®

    Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®) is a competitive solution that provides an opportunity for a third party to guarantee the operational risk of a process and protect the total project investment against the unexpected reduction of revenues caused by the drop in operational hours.

     

    DPI® provides a significant risk transfer to a strong UK A-rated third party and provides comprehensive coverage of up to $50M per policy. With well defined insured events, a single premium and 10 year, non-cancellable, uninterrupted financial protection, DPI® provide a project developer unrivalled protection.

     

    DPI® can for example;

    • Protect investment risk including where the technology is unproven or has little or no track record.
    • Enhance a projects credit rating
    • Enable lenders to complete larger deals
    • Enable project sponsors to access higher levels of debt finance
    • Reduce the cost of debt finance due to a lower risk rating
    • Increase developers shareholding and improve their exit value

  •  DPI® Pre-Accreditation Service

    The pre-accreditation service provided by Allied Project Services enables project developers to understand the due diligence requirements for Debt Protection Insurance and provides a "Health Check" that their project is ready for the financial support provided by DPI®and investors when they reach financial close.

    The DPI® accreditation Service is available through Allied Project Services, who are the exclusive consultant engaged carry out the required due diligence for DPI®.

    Does Your Project Qualify? - complete Allieds online form Here

  • Starting the DPI® Process

    Prepare your Project for due diligence

     

    Contact us to discuss your project or technology requirements

    Pre Accreditation Service

     

    Use our pre-accredition service to carry out a Health Check on your project.

    Get the DPI®

    Approval for your Project

    Obtain DPI® approval and term sheet.

     

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Q1: What is Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®)?

    Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®) is a policy of insurance issued by an A-rated insurer that guarantees the uncertainties of process availability subject to an agreed process of due diligence.

     

     

    Q2: What do you get from a DPI® policy?

    1. A 10 year non-cancellable policy Issued by an A rated insurer

    2. Up to USD50m cover

    3. Competitive terms

     

     

    Q3. What are the principal benefit of DPI®

    1. The ability to insure pre-agreed expected revenue to support initial financing, refinancing and the financing of retrofits.

    2. Access to a broader lender base.

    3. Enhanced project credit rating.

    4. Lower debt cost and/or increased debt to equity ratio

    5. Provides lenders the security of guaranteeing their Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR).

    6. Reduced operational and maintenance costs

     

     

    Q4. Who is DPI® for;

    Debt Protection Insurance is purchased by the Project Owner but also provides benefit to both debt and equity providers.

     

     

    Q5. Who should be interested in DPI® ?

    1. Project Developers in the following sectors; Renewable Energy, Energy and Power, Biofuels, Pastic to Fuel.

    2. Equity and Debt providers

    3. Infrastructure funds

    4. Insurance Brokers and Professional Advisors

     

     

    Q6. Can I buy Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®) through my insurance broker?

    YES! Contact your insurance broker to request a quote.

     

     

    Q7: Who carries out the due-diligence?

    Due-diligence is undertaken by Allied Project Services Ltd (Allied) who are exclusively appointed to carry out due diligence on behalf of the insurer

     

     

    Q8: Why is the due-diligence process for Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®) exclusive to Allied?

    Members of the Allied team have been involved in supporting this insurance product for many years. The resulting due-diligence process was accepted by the insurance underwriters as the only procedure that enables them to adequately assess risk.

     

     

    Q9: I have already engaged consultants to carry out technology and project feasibility reports, can I use these?

    YES! But, under all circumstances, Allied will need to issue a report to gain access to Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®). Their due diligence will take into consideration any validated information and evidence used in your own consultants' reports that would expedite completion of the final report.

     

     

    Q10: How much does the due-diligence cost and how long does it take?

    The cost and the period of required due-diligence will depend on the maturity of the project and/or the technology. For further information visit Allieds' web site

     

     

    Q11: Will your due-diligence reduce the need for any other due-diligence requirements and insurances?

    Due diligence is required by all the parties involved in a project, including the contractors for project delivery, operations and management contractor, equity and debt providers, according to their individual requirements. However, we strive to bring added value to our process and work with all parties to integrate, as far as possible, the due-diligence carried out.

     

     

    Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®) DOES NOT replace any other insurance that may be required for further information and detials please contact us or your own insurance broker.

     

     

    We are always pleased to answer any other questions which are not shown here. Contact us for more information

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