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  • Autopista al Mar 1, Colombia

    Colombia's Autopista al Mar 1 project - the largest of the 4G road programme - reached financial close in March 2019, making it the second project to close since president Iván Duque took power in...

  • Let the wind blow high, let the debt price low…

    Debt pricing on offshore wind is enough to drive people to drugs these days... though some suggest certain lenders are ahead of the game on that front

  • Acquisition of Glow Energy, Thailand

    Global Power Synergy on 22 March submitted a tender offer for the remaining shares of Glow Energy, one of Thailand's largest independent power producers, having earlier this month completed the share...

  • Germany: walking on cooling coals

    A German government-appointed commission announced on 26 January that the country should shut down all of its coal-fired power plants by 2030 at the latest. The German government and 16 regional...

  • Mind the MLFs – a warning for Australian renewables

    With surprisingly material reductions for Marginal Loss Factors emerging in the AEMO draft figures this month, the owners of Australian wind and solar assets may start to consider policy ideas such as...

  • Peruvian broadband: Get connected

    Telecoms projects are on the rise across Latin America, including Peru, where ProInversión in January awarded six broadband network PPP projects for a total investment of $358 million

  • DEWA solar IV, United Arab Emirates

    A concentrated solar power project originally planned to be 200MW grew – in the space of just two-and-a-half years – into what will be the world’s largest solar thermal IPP, thanks to an ambitious...

  • Renewables march towards merchant

    Given the slow growth of the corporate PPA market, some argue banks will have to start accepting merchant risk in order to finance the next generation of European renewables

  • Funding US wells, not walls

    The first couple of months of 2019 saw substantial deals for the oil and gas industry in North America

  • Institutional investors – doing it for themselves

    There’s a growing trend in the infrastructure community for institutional investors to “go it alone”, eschewing the services of fund managers as they deploy big tickets across the global market

  • EXCLUSIVE New South Wales’ Regional Rail PPP, Australia

    The Momentum Trains consortium achieved financial close on 15 February for the Regional Rail PPP in New South Wales, with a group of international banks providing debt with a novel amortisation...

  • Sunraysia solar, Australia

    Some five months after financial close, project participants gathered for a ground-breaking ceremony this week at the 255MW Sunraysia solar farm near Balranald in New South Wales, Australia

  • Wales & Borders rolling stock, UK

    Arriva's 15-year Wales and Borders franchise came to in October last year

  • Veja Mate Offshore Wind Farm, Germany

    Earlier this month the first in a series of much anticipated German offshore wind acquisitions reached financial close. Sales of equity stakes in three other projects are expected to close this year...

  • Tłı̨chǫ All-Season Road P3, Canada

    The Tłı̨chǫ All-Season Road P3 project reached financial close in February. Despite being procured as a P3 with the typical DBFOM model, there are no banks involved, the private developers are...

  • Infra fundraising – oops we did it again

    It’s unseemly to crow about one’s victories in the heavily-contested area of data gathering on fundraising by unlisted, global infrastructure funds… but sadly, it’s also irresistible. Over the course...

  • You queue and wait - Kuwait PPP

    Kuwait has once again restructured its PPP agency to kick-start stalled projects. Despite numerous delays and setbacks, its infrastructure ambitions remain extensive

  • Ørsted's sale of 50% stake in Deepwater Wind

    Earlier this month Ørsted and Eversource agreed to collaborate on US Atlantic Coast offshore wind projects in a deal worth about $225 million for the second time

  • AMLO's new Mexican infra reality

    The cancellation of major projects and a lack of clarity on government plans are making international investors nervous about Mexico though the country's infrastructure need is still significant

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