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  • Vietnam: solar PPA is “unbankable”

    The Vietnamese government has released a new draft solar power purchase agreement (PPA). But, while the feed-in-tariff (FIT) seems acceptable, key clauses in the new PPA will need to be reformed to make it bankable

  • Corruption takes its toll on 4G

    Ripples of the Lava Jato shockwave have not bypassed Colombia

  • As I was saying…

    After 10 years as an infrastructure journalist and three as a head hunter in the same space, Angus Leslie Melville has returned to IJGlobal and is resuming his Friday afternoon editorial slot…

  • Redexis Gas sale, Spain

    The formal auction process for the sale of Redexis Gas ran from 2016 into the first quarter of 2017, with owner Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners putting 100% of the company up for grabs.

  • Australian solar growth trajectory assured

    The number of solar deals to reach financial close in Australia has increased steadily from 2013 to 2017 and - while challenges lie ahead for the industry this coming year - there is a strong pipeline in place and sufficient incentives in place for investors and developers to carry on closing deals

  • How much do politics affect UK energy?

    The UK finds itself at a political impasse this week, waiting for clarity on exactly who will lead the country in the coming months

  • North American funds: The bigger kids on the block

    A few weeks ago, US-based private equity manager Blackstone announced the launch of a $40 billion infrastructure fund, which is set to become the largest fund ever raised in this sector

  • MENA wind and solar

    While the value of active pipeline and procurement wind and solar energy deals in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has dropped in the nine months to May 2017, there are still a number of opportunities coming to the market

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