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  • Grupo Ortiz plans transmission project in Colombia

    Spanish firm Grupo Ortiz has begun the permitting process for a transmission project in the Colombian department of Atlántico

  • Colombian developer plots thermal asset

    Colombian firm Axia Energia is working on a gas-fired project in Santa Rosa, in the department of Bolivar

  • BNDES financing for Rio de Janeiro sanitation concessions

    Brazil’s development finance institution BNDES has announced it will provide financing for water and sanitation concessions in the state of Rio de Janeiro

  • Solar asset added to Solek’s Chilean pipeline

    Czech solar developer Solek has begun the permitting process for a small-scale solar project in the Chilean region of Valparaiso

  • India state government eyes more PPPs

    An adviser to a government in southwestern India is recruiting a consultancy firm to help beef up its PPP pipeline

  • DFI extends floating solar EOI deadline

    An infrastructure adviser to commercial close delayed for about 2 weeks the deadline to express interest to assess the potential of Bangladesh's floating solar PV subsector

  • EBRD veteran to start new role in May

    European Bank for Reconstruction and Development appointed Hungarian national Zsuzsanna Hargitai as the new managing director of Central Asia

  • IFM-backed Nala Renewables appoints CEO

    Jasandra Nyker has been appointed as CEO of Nala Renewables

  • EXCLUSIVE NY service areas P3 reaches financial close

    Irish company Applegreen has reached financial close on the project to develop 27 NY Service Areas on the New York State Thruway

  • John Laing offload stake in New Royal Adelaide PPP

    British infrastructure investor John Laing has today completed the sale of its 17.26% interest in the New Royal Adelaide Hospital (NRAH) as a part of the firm's strategy to realise secondary investments and re-invest in greenfield projects

  • Progress on Australia’s largest renewables project

    Singapore-based renewables developer Sun Cable has lodged a development application with the Northern Territory state authorities in a significant milestone for its Australia-ASEAN Power Link project

  • Chrysaor-Premier merger to complete, becoming Harbour Energy

    The merger of Chrysaor and Premier Oil is expected to complete today to form Harbour Energy, the UK North Sea's biggest oil and gas producer

  • Evergaz raises €51m in financing for biogas portfolio

    Meridiam and Evergaz have secured €51 million in debt for new and existing biogas power plants in France

  • Ila Patel takes editor role at IJGlobal

    IJGlobal is delighted to announce that from today – the start of April 2021 – we have a new editor… Ila Patel

  • Utico signs world record WPA for Hassyan IWP

    DEWA has signed with a Utico-led consortium a 35-year WPA for the $410 million Hassyan IWP project

  • Balfour Beatty wins English student accommodation project

    Balfour Beatty has been selected as the preferred bidder for the Royal Holloway University’s expansion of a student village in Rusham Park in Egham, Surrey

  • Ethiopian electricity access plan backed by World Bank

    The World Bank has approved a $500 million loan for the government of Ethiopia’s National Electrification Programme to expand access to energy in the East African state

  • Greek island to become energy autonomous

    Terna Energy has signed an agreement with the island of Agios Efstratios in Greece to make it an energy autonomous island

  • Ørsted to build Dutch-Belgian green hydrogen plant

    Ørsted is to build a 1GW green hydrogen plant in the Dutch North Sea with plans to connect the electrolyser to the Dutch-Belgian North Sea Port cluster through the creation of a regional cross-border pipeline