Latest Power News

  • APA looking to jump the queue for AusNet

    Australian utility APA Group is leaving no stone unturned to ensure its superior offer for AusNet is considered, including approaching the takeover panel of the energy company

  • abrdn appoints head of ESG

    abrdn has appointed Marianne Zangerl as head of ESG for fixed income

  • Goldman Sachs Oz appoints head of infra

    The Australian arm of Goldman Sachs has moved up Nicole Beaven to head of infrastructure for ANZ

  • New head of onshore at Avangrid Renewables

    Avangrid Renewables has appointed a new president of its onshore division, who previously oversaw onshore activities across the Americas for Siemens Gamesa

  • Colbun Transmision buyers pull in acquisition debt

    Dutch fund APG and Celeo Redes have arranged acquisition financing for their purchase of Colbun Transmision, the transmission subsidiary of Chilean independent power producer Colbun

  • New CFO steps up at AES Corp

    A new CFO has been named at AES Corp, replacing Gustavo Pimenta, who is preparing to part ways with the firm as he moves over to a mining company in Brazil

  • Details revealed on sale of Swinerton Renewable Energy

    Details have emerged on the debt package that New York-based private equity firm American Securities is slotting into place to support its acquisition of EPC contractor Swinerton Renewable Energy, and its O&M subsidiary SOLV

  • Quinbrook adds to advisory board and US investment team

    Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners has announced multiple senior appointments to its investment team in Houston and added Kurt Akers to its advisory board

  • Antin IPO values company at €4.1bn

    Antin Infrastructure Partners has completed its IPO, resulting in an initial 13.2% free float and valuing the company at €4.1 billion

  • EnergyAustralia brings forward coal mine closure

    Australian utility EnergyAustralia has today released an update to its climate change policy, confirming its transition out of coal assets by 2040

  • Wärtsilä signs concession for Gabonese gas-fired

    A Wärtsilä-led consortium has signed with the government of Gabon a 15-year concession agreement for a 120MW gas-fired project to be developed at Owendo, near Libreville

  • Progress on Australia’s largest renewables project

    Singapore-based renewables developer Sun Cable has logged progress on its proposed Australia-ASEAN Power Link project, after securing approval form the Indonesian government

  • Shell to invest R$3 billion in Brazilian power assets

    The Brazilian subsidiary of oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell plans to invest nearly $570 million in power generation assets in the country

  • Former CEO of AES Mexico lands new job

    The former president and CEO of AES Mexico has landed a new job with EnfraGen’s subsidiary in Chile

  • Brazil's Energisa secures transmission financing

    A subsidiary of Brazilian power holding company Grupo Energisa has secured construction financing for three transmission lines in the country's Tocantins and Bahia states