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  • EIB and FMO sign up to renewAfrica covenant

    The European Investment Bank and FMO have signed up to the renewAfrica initiative, which intends to facilitate and improve financing for renewable energy projects in Africa

  • EXCLUSIVE Adviser shortlist emerges on Thailand high-speed rail PPP

    The concessionaire of the $7 billion Bangkok-Rayong High-Speed Railway PPP has invited at least three law firms to pitch for the lenders’ counsel role, following the Thai cabinet’s approval of the concession agreement

  • EXCLUSIVE Pakistan's small-to-medium hydro gathers pace

    Project developers expect within the next 10 to 12 months the feasibility studies of a hydropower portfolio in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, with a combined capacity of more than 160MW

  • Canadian Solar wins PPA in Brazil

    Canadian Solar was awarded a PPA contract in the last Brazilian power auction A-4, held on 28 June

  • Brazilian state to privatize prisons

    Brazilian state Parana expects to finalize a project to use a private initiative to develop correctional facilities before year-end 2019

  • Lower Austria fibre expansion PB announced

    The state of Lower Austria has chosen Allianz Capital Partners as the preferred bidder to jointly install a fibre-to-the-home network for 140,000 buildings in the region

  • Financial bids in for Dutch A9 PPP

    Financial bids were submitted this week for the Dutch A9 Badhoevedorp-Holendrecht road upgrade PPP, after technical bids went in early June

  • PB to bond finance Ontario government buildings P3

    Preferred bidder Fengate PCL Progress Partners is to issue two amortising bonds totalling $110.6 million to finance the Ontario government’s Macdonald Block Complex DBFM project

  • PB selected for Sofia Airport

    Bulgaria's Ministry of Transport has today selected the second highest bidder as PB for the Sofia Airport concession

  • RFP issued for Nova Scotia health P3

    The Province of Nova Scotia – on behalf of the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal – has issued an RFP to shortlisted bidders or the DBFM of the Community Outpatient Centre in Bayers Lake in Halifax

  • Strong interest in North Carolina broadband P3

    A number of infrastructure players attended an industry day on 11 July hosted by the North Carolina Department of Transportation for a broadband P3 project

  • Pakistan dips its toe in airport privatisation

    Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority plans to split into two entities, following a high-level meeting including Prime Minister Imran Khan. This could precede privatisation of the country's airports, in particular the three largest: Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore

  • Argentina invites power bids

    Argentina is inviting bids for the third round of its renewable energy procurement programme, RenovAr Ronda 3

  • EXCLUSIVE Stage two of Kazakh light rail PPP approaches

    The Almaty Light Rail Transport project’s second-stage tender in Kazakhstan is nearing, once the government completes its “competitive dialogue” with the four shortlisted bidders

  • Final bids near for Adelaide Schools PPP

    Final binding bids are due mid-August for the Adelaide Schools PPP, also known as the South Australian Schools PPP

  • CIB to invest in Ontario muni waste P3

    The Canada Infrastructure Bank has announced that it will invest $15.3 million in a water and wastewater services P3 project in the Township of Mapleton, Ontario

  • Bangladesh postpones wind bid deadline

    The implementing agency of three wind energy projects with a combined capacity of some 150MW in Bangladesh has delayed the deadline to submit the technical, commercial and financial proposals package, following requests by bidders at a pre-bid meeting

  • Johnston moves into Victoria gov department role

    Steve Johnston, who was most recently the commercial lead for the North East Link Authority in Victoria, has taken on a new role in the Victorian Department of Justice and Community Safety this month

  • Brazil schedules port auction

    The Brazilian government has scheduled 13 August for the auction of three port terminals, which will require a total investment of R433 million

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