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  • Spark Infrastructure looks to grow in renewables

    Spark Infrastructure's chief executive officer Rick Francis has revealed he is looking at expansion opportunities for its 120MWdc Bomen Solar Farm in New South Wales, including adding a 20MW/40MWh battery. Meanwhile chair Dr Doug McTaggart confirmed Spark is not pursuing the equity stake of co-shareholder Wren House in transmission operator TransGrid

  • Korean LP eyes infrastructure

    The chief investment officer of a Korean pension fund is reportedly interested in gaining exposure to infrastructure

  • Financing takes shape for Pakistan run-of-river

    A development finance institution has been reviewing a $755 million run-of-river hydropower plant in northwestern Pakistan

  • UPDATE: Changes to asset manager’s shareholders on the horizon

    A Warburg Pincus-backed real asset manager will be making its first changes to its shareholding structure since April 2017, when its privatisation and delisting from the Singapore Exchange closes

  • EXCLUSIVE Auction conditions nearing on Japan offshore wind

    The publication of the auction conditions for Japan's first general waters offshore wind site auction is anticipated in June, after the public consultation has closed

  • EXCLUSIVE Details emerge on Cambodia’s first wind

    Details have emerged on Cambodia’s first wind farm project, including when it is expected to reach its next milestone

  • Amazon plans first renewable asset in China

    US tech company Amazon plans to develop its first renewable energy project in China, among a handful of new power projects globally with a combined 615MW of installed capacity

  • Thailand's RATCH invests in Vietnam wind

    A subsidiary of Thailand-based RATCH Group has signed on its first investment in Vietnam

  • Japan biomass financed

    A joint venture company Ishikari Bioenergy, led by Okumura Corporation, has financed a 51.5MW biomass project in Ishikari City, Hokkaido, Japan

  • ThomasLloyd invests in Philippines solar

    The owner of a solar farm in the south-central Philippines today has announced that ThomasLloyd has signed a subscription agreement to purchase a minority stake in the asset

  • WA Water Corporation aboard for hydrogen, graphite pilot

    Hazer Group and Western Australia's Water Corporation have signed a binding gas supply agreement and collaboration deed, relating to the supply of biogas and the co-location of the one of a Hazer commercial demonstration project for the production of hydrogen and graphite from sewage

  • Australian consortium forms for hydrogen fuel cell buses

    A consortium bringing together a transport operator, an infrastructure fund manager, a logistics company, a gases, chemicals and equipment company and a fuel cell manufacturer, has formed in Australia to collaborate on a project for deploying hydrogen fuel cell buses

  • ONGC, NTPC sign MOU for renewables

    Indian state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and Indian electricity utility NTPC intend to establish a joint venture to achieve their targets in renewable energy

  • PPAs sign in Malaysia

    Majority-owned subsidiaries of Malakoff Corp have signed power purchase agreements with Tenaga Nasional for hydropower projects with a combined installed capacity of 55MW in Peninsular Malaysia

  • Meridian Energy proposes NSW wind + battery

    Meridian Energy's Australian subsidiary has unveiled a new onshore wind plus battery project – Rangoon Energy Park in New South Wales