We advise finance parties on Gunsynd Solar Farm in Queensland

Australia Press release - Firm March 2024

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised the finance parties on the project financing of the Gunsynd Solar Farm, a greenfield 94MWac solar PV project located in Goondiwindi, Queensland, sponsored by Metis Energy.

Norton Rose Fulbright energy partner Kate Muller said:

“We are thrilled to be working alongside banks that are committed to financing the energy transition and to see this milestone achieved for Gunsynd Solar Farm. Moving a greenfield project from development to delivery is still challenging, even with strong fundamentals and positive policy settings. We hope this successful closing marks the start of a wave that sees us move nearer to the generation (and storage) volumes required to achieve the critical renewable energy and decarbonisation targets across the National Electricity Market states.”

Kate Muller led the engagement for the mandated lead arrangers – DBS Bank, SMBC and Siemens – and was assisted by senior associate Justin Goushas and international trainee Emily Allison. 

A separate Norton Rose Fulbright team, led by banking and finance partner James Morris and senior associate Julianne Hsu, acted for CSC (formerly Eddystone Financial Services) as agent and security trustee, showcasing our firm’s leading corporate trust practice. 


For further information please contact:

Alex Boxsell, Head of Digital, Communications & Experience, Norton Rose Fulbright in Australia

Tel: +61 (0)2 9330 8165  Cell: +61 (0)414 985 556