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  • Barrick and Newmont to convert Nevada coal plant

    Two of the world's largest gold mining companies, Barrick Gold Corporation and Newmont Corporation, are planning to convert a 215MW coal-fired plant in Nevada into a dual-fuel facility

  • Dominion wins approval for pilot battery storage projects

    Dominion Energy Virginia has won approval from the State Corporation Commission for its first utility-scale battery storage pilots

  • Amato retirement prompts BMO reshuffle

    The duties of Guy Amato, the recently retired head of global project and structured finance at BMO Capital Markets, are being split between two managing directors

  • EXCLUSIVE LS Power puts solar assets up for sale

    LS Power has put a portion of its operational US solar fleet up for sale

  • EXCLUSIVE Clearway signs debt for Golden Fields III solar

    Clearway Energy Group has financed a solar project in California that is contracted with two community choice aggregators and a municipality

  • Citi names new power investment banking heads

    Jack Paris and Philip ten Bosch have been promoted to co-heads of global power investment banking at Citi

  • EPH acquires German coal plant stake

    Czech energy group EPH is to acquire Uniper's 58% stake in the German Schkopau lignite-fired power plant – marking the seller's complete exit from the coal market before the mandatory shut down by 2038

  • Bids due for US-Canada HSR study

    RFQ bids are due for the second phase of the Ultra-High-Speed Ground Transportation study that will link Vancouver, Seattle and Portland

  • Ridgewood hits fund hard cap

    Ridgewood Infrastructure has hit the $600 million hard cap on its Ridgewood Water & Strategic Infrastructure Fund

  • DTP closes on Galloper OFTO

    Diamond Transmission Partners – a consortium of Mitsubishi Corp and and HICL – has acquired Galloper Wind Farm’s offshore transmission project

  • Burkina Faso extends solar RFQ date

    The Burkinabe Rural Electrification Agency has extended the request for qualification deadline for its €74.76 million Yeleen Rural Electrification Project – which will consist of at least 100 solar mini-grids

  • RFP out for Alaskan waste P3

    The Matanuska-Susitna Borough has issued an RFP for the development of a waste management project in Palmer, Alaska

  • EWEC invites revised bids for Al Dhafra solar IPP

    Emirates Water and Electricity Company has asked for new proposals from the five bidding groups on its 2GW Al Dhafra solar IPP project located 50km east of Abu Dhabi city – delaying the bid evaluation process further

  • ProInversión updates Huancayo-Huancavelica train project

    ProInversión − Peru's private investment agency − will register consortia interested in competing for the Huancayo-Huancavelica railway until June.

  • Cellnex and Bouygues Telecom in JV

    Serial mobile towers acquirer Cellnex and French telco Bouygues Telecom have joined forces in a JV to connect telecoms sites with fibre across France

  • Chile announces 11 new hospital PPPs

    Chile’s government has launched 11 new hospital PPPs that will be awarded later in 2020. These are in addition to five hospital PPPs that are expected to commence operations this year

  • More Uzbek solar tenders hit market

    Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Energy has invited IPPs to express interest in bidding for two solar projects with a combined capacity of 400MW, following a similar EOI invitation on a 200MW solar IPP earlier this month

  • Japan to review coal power export policy

    Japan's environment minister Shinjiro Koizumi has said the government plans to review the country's coal power plant export policy, speaking on Tuesday 25 February after a Cabinet meeting

  • Three receive invitation for Adelaide metro

    The South Australian Government has issued an invitation to supply to three shortlisted consortia for Adelaide metro train services