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  • Brazil to auction stretch of BR-101

    Brazil will publish in 30 days the bidding documents for the concession of a stretch of the BR-101 road that is located in the state of Santa Catarina. The auction is expected to be held in early 2020

  • EXCLUSIVE ICBC boosts project finance team in London

    ICBC has made two hires to its project finance team this September

  • Campbell Lutyens appoints global infra head

    Advisory firm Campbell Lutyens has named Gordon Bajnai as partner and head of global infrastructure, who will continue as chairman of the firm’s global advisory board

  • Carol Gould departs MUFG

    Carol Gould head of power and renewables Europe at Japanese bank MUFG has stepped down from her role earlier this month

  • EIB and NWB Bank support Dutch water infrastructure

    The EIB and Dutch local government funding agency Nederlandse Waterschapsbank have committed €200 million to water infrastructure projects in the Netherlands

  • HRADF mulls new sale of Hellenic Petroleum

    The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund is considering a new attempt to sell shares in Greek oil company Hellenic Petroleum, after a recent privatisation auction process yielded no binding offers

  • Turkey's Guris awarded wind concession in Belarus

    Guris Construction and Engineering has been awarded the rights to develop a 25MW onshore wind project in Belarus

  • OVO to buy SSE's energy services business

    OVO Group has agreed to buy SSE's household supply business – SSE Energy Services – for £500 milliom, in a deal which will make it the UK's largest energy supplier behind British Gas

  • EQT IV fund acquires recreational infra operator

    Asset manager EQT’s latest infrastructure fund has acquired a majority shareholding of a provider of "recreational infrastructure"

  • ACWA Power confirmed for Ethiopia’s Scaling Solar

    Ethiopia’s Office of the Public-Private Partnership has named Saudi power and water developer ACWA Power as sole winner in the first round of the IFC’s Scaling Solar programme in the East African state

  • Bulgaria looks to terminate Maritsa 3 coal-fired PPA

    Bulgaria’s government has mandated three of its members to hold talks with ContourGlobal to terminate the PPA for the 900MW Maritsa East 3 coal-fired power plant

  • Eurovia's JV wins Czech rail upgrade contract

    Vinci subsidiary Eurovia, Strabag Rail, and Elektrizace želznic Praha have won a contract to upgrade a railway line south of Prague

  • BC revises shortlists for DBF projects

    The government of British Columbia has revised the list of bidders currently working on RFP submissions for the DBF of the Broadway Subway and the Pattullo Bridge projects

  • P3 industry day for Hawaii stadium

    A P3 industry day is to be hosted on 3 October by the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District team where information on the potential project will be presented as well as gathering feedback from the private sector for a forthcoming RFQ

  • Lightsource VP departs for new gig

    Lightsource BP’s vice-president of development, Laurie Mazer, has left the firm as she transitions into a new role

  • Maxim bootstraps Alberta gas-fired project

    Maxim Power Corp is tapping its own management for a loan to finance a 204MW gas-fired plant in Alberta

  • Duke drawn to solar in Lone Star State

    Duke Energy Renewables has agreed to acquire a development-stage solar project in Texas which is due to be online in mid-2020

  • Solar safe harbor loans begin to trickle through

    About a half dozen loans intended to safe harbor equipment for grid-scale and residential US solar projects for the investment tax credit are moving forward and at least one deal has closed, but the highly bespoke product is not suited to every developer, say deal watchers

  • IFC discloses investment in China WtE

    IFC has disclosed this week its nearly $60 million green bond investment to construct a $95 million waste-to-energy project in north east China