Latest North America News

  • Finance official seconded to Innergex from Hydro-Québec

    Hydro-Québec's Isabelle Bedard has been seconded to Innergex Renewable Energy as a finance and M&A director, as part of strategic alliance between the 2 companies

  • Kayne launches renewables-focused mutual fund

    Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors has launched Kayne Anderson Renewable Infrastructure Fund (KARIX), an open-ended mutual fund that will target companies that own, operate, and develop renewable energy assets

  • Longview emerges from Chapter 11

    Longview Power – the owner of a 700MW coal-fired plant in West Virginia – has emerged from its most recent prepackaged Chapter 11 restructuring (31 July 2020)

  • Naoll Mary joins IFC

    Naoll Mary has joined the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as senior operations officer in the upstream team

  • Utah seeks P3 advice

    The Government of Utah has issued an RFP seeking a public private partnership adviser

  • True Green inks revolver with Investec

    True Green Capital Management has signed a revolving credit facility with Investec to support the build-out of its more than 550MW distributed power generation portfolio

  • Dominion picks successor to CEO Farrell

    Dominion Energy has reshuffled its top leadership team as long-serving chief executive Thomas Farrell is appointed executive chairman

  • Brookfield gets green light for TerraForm merger

    Brookfield Renewable Partners (BEP) is set to buy all of the outstanding publicly-traded shares of its yield company, TerraForm Power, after TerraForm's stockholders voted in support of the transaction

  • Chevron, Algonquin forge solar partnership

    Chevron USA and Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp have agreed to co-develop 500MW of solar projects that would power Chevron's operations around the world

  • Crescent Dunes restructuring deal reached with DOE

    Tonopah Solar Energy, which owns the troubled 110MW Crescent Dunes concentrated solar project in Nye County, Nevada, has filed for Chapter 11 protection after reaching an agreement with its main creditor, the US Department of Energy

  • Congress launches Infrastructure Bank for America

    US House members have a filed a bill to set up a private infrastructure bank to provide more than $1 trillion to rebuild America’s infrastructure

  • USDOT releases NOFO

    The US Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has made available $225 million in grant funds through its Expedited Project Delivery Pilot Program

  • Credit Suisse merges infra and power, oil and gas groups

    Credit Suisse has combined its infrastructure, utilities and renewables group with its oil and gas group to form a new global investment banking team covering energy and infrastructure

  • Leadership reshuffle at Capital Power

    Canadian independent power producer Capital Power has appointed a new CFO as it rejigs its senior management team

  • EXCLUSIVE Infra fund eyes California solar sale

    A European infrastructure fund is looking to exit its position in an operating solar project in California