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  • LP to back Korean growth capital firm

    A limited partner expects soon to commit financing to an infrastructure fund, managed by a Korean growth capital firm

  • Wary investors eye Sri Lanka airport link

    Advisers have signed an MoU to study the development of a Korea-backed light rail transit linking Sri Lanka’s main international airport and the capital city of Colombo

  • Sri Lanka to divest interest in project company

    The government of Sri Lanka agreed to sell a significant minority equity interest in the owner of a 310 MW power plant to a global energy infrastructure company, following the November deadline extension to submit proposals on the development of a second RLNG power plant

  • Cumulus Growth secures investment for data centre

    Cumulus Growth, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Talen Energy, has secured up to $175 million in investment from Orion Energy Partners

  • GSK to reduce carbon emissions at manufacturing sites

    GSK is to invest £50 million into renewable energy and carbon reduction at its major UK and US manufacturing sites

  • Refi for Spanish hybrid solar-biomass plant

    Banco Santander has lent on the refinancing of a hybrid solar-biomass plant in Spain

  • Enpal secures €345m for solar refi

    Berlin-based solar energy company Enpal has secured €345 million in funding from BlackRock among other investors to refinance over 15,000 solar PV and energy storage systems

  • UCLA seeks technical adviser for potential wastewater P3

    University of California Los Angeles has issued an RFQ for a technical adviser to assist in planning and developing an advanced wastewater treatment plant

  • EXCLUSIVE Final close approaches for mid-market fund

    The manager of a European middle market energy fund is planning to close at the end of the year, IJGlobal has learned

  • DIF Capital appoints leadership successors

    DIF Capital Partners has appointed 2 senior members of the leadership team to succeed Christopher Mansfield and Carl Jobst von Hoersten who are retiring

  • AIIB, IRENA ink renewables MoU

    The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the International Renewable Energy Agency have committed to promoting the take-up of renewables by their Asian members and supporting the wider energy transition

  • Mexican highway operator signs green revolver

    Mexican toll road operator Red de Carreteras de Occidente – a subsidiary of Abertis – has signed a Ps 2 billion green loan

  • SEPCO3 takes EPC for Jubail 3B

    An Engie-led consortium has awarded Chinese construction company SEPCO3 the EPC contract for the $450-550 million Jubail 3B IWP project located south of Jubail City, Saudi Arabia

  • CrossBoundary Energy steps into Sierra Leone

    Africa-focused power developer CrossBoundary Energy has agreed with Zoodlabs to develop a $2 million, 1.2MW solar plus storage project which will supply power to an undersea fibre optic facility in Sierra Leone

  • NTR adds new investment execs

    Dublin-based renewables asset manager NTR has added 2 European-based senior investment executives to the company

  • EXCLUSIVE Responses in for Cali uni advisory role

    California State University has received responses to its RFQ for a primary adviser to assist in future P3 projects at its Long Beach campus

  • Consultants sought for €2bn Irish port project

    Drogheda Port Company has this week launched a tender to procure consultants for the proposed €2 billion deep water port north of Balbriggan at Bremore

  • All change at Petroperú

    The Peruvian government has replaced the board of directors at state oil company Petroperú, including the appointment of a new president

  • Stewart joins Agilia Infrastructure Partners

    Infrastructure veteran James Stewart has today joined specialist consultancy Agilia Infrastructure Partners as a senior adviser