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  • Disappointing bids hamper generation auctions

    Despite the wall of capital chasing North American power and renewable energy assets, a number of sale processes for individual projects and portfolios have recently stalled or been scrapped...

  • Why aren’t you in a blue funk?

    A question that more people need to be asking themselves these days is: “Why then hell aren’t you in a blue funk?”

  • EXCLUSIVE New kid on the block

    The US International Development Finance Corporation is open for business, and the new development bank is keen to convey that it is not just a rebranded OPIC. With new tools at its disposal, it is...

  • EXCLUSIVE CFXD offshore wind, Taiwan

    Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners' CFXD offshore wind project in Taiwan Strait closed late last month on a roughly $3.94 billion financing package, as two new financial investors and an Asian export...

  • New England Power, US

    Having plucked two aging Massachusetts peakers out of GenOn Energy’s bankruptcy proceedings in 2018, Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners repackaged them last year into a 1.6GW portfolio called New...

  • Hurontario Light Rail, Ontario

    Late last year the long awaited C$2.1 billion Hurontario Light Rail Transit (LRT) development, that will cut the commute from Mississauga to Brampton by 10 minutes, reached financial close

  • Pipeline cyberattack highlights risk to energy infra

    A hacking attack recently shut down an entire US gas pipeline asset for two days, underscoring concerns raised by experts and advocacy groups about the growing threat of cyberattacks in energy and...

  • Fingering the Force Majeure trigger

    A lot of people write off Coronavirus – Covid-19 if you really must – as a storm in a teacup, a ramped-up flu virus that’s no more worrisome than a passing bout of the snuffles… however, the...

  • A wash out for UK water

    The UK water regulator Ofwat left several British water companies in floods of tears in December 2019 by proposing some of the strictest requirements since privatisation in 1989, setting the stage for...

  • IRS guidance "big win" for carbon capture tax equity

    After two years of waiting, tax equity investors finally have much-needed guidance from the Internal Revenue Service on the framework for investments in carbon capture and storage projects

  • East Rockingham Resource Recovery Facility, Australia

    The East Rockingham Resource Recovery Facility is the second large-scale energy-from-waste facility to reach financial close in Australia. It differs from its predecessor in its new waste supply...

  • Miami-Dade Courthouse, Florida

    After years of delays, Plenary Justice Miami has reached financial close on the Miami-Dade County civil and probate courthouse that will replace an existing courthouse so old that it once held a trial...

  • IPIF: Democratising unlisted infra for Australia's SMSFs

    As Melbourne-based fund-of-funds manager IPIF is in a A$250 million round of fundraising for its IPIF Core platform, the manager is considering future possibilities for direct investing. Meanwhile...

  • I Squared consolidates in Peru

    A year after private equity firm I Squared Capital completed the acquisition of a large renewable energy portfolio in Latin America, the fund tied up the final loose ends by refreshing the debt in...

  • Valentine’s Bonus – bankers are blue

    Word from the banking community has it that if you’re holding out for a heart-warming letter from your boss in the coming weeks – one that leaves you in little doubt how much you’re loved – well…...

  • Vinča waste-to-energy PPP, Serbia

    A consortium of Suez, Itochu and Marguerite closed late last year on a landmark waste-to-energy PPP project to transform waste management in Serbia’s capital city

  • Newhurst waste-to-energy, UK

    Biffa, Covanta and Macquarie’s GIG successfully reached financial close on the 42MW Newhurst waste-to-energy project in Leicestershire against a backdrop of Brexit uncertainty

  • Banks and developers mull CFE's plans for renewables

    As the Mexican government upends incentives, self-supply contracts and the market for clean energy certificates, project finance and investment bankers in New York and developers in Mexico City are...

  • EXCLUSIVE Kacific1 satellite, Space

    Kacific anticipates commercial service to start next month on its satellite Kacific1 nearly 35,800km above the equator, following the satellite’s launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket about two months...

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