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Anne-Louise Stranne Petersen

a Norwegian hydro power plant in sunlight
Founder Mortimer Menzel sees high power prices as the calling card for the Nordic hydro PPAs his firm is offering investors via a new €400m fund.
The world’s biggest institutional investors have allocated $723bn to infrastructure, a noticeable increase.
wind turbine
Europe’s ageing onshore wind farms are ripe for replacement and infrastructure investors are taking note.
Head of banking and investments Ian Brown tells us how the bank is doing its bit to get the UK to net zero, one risky deal at a time.
Dundonnell Wind Farm
Alcazar co-founder Daniel Calderon sees promise in a region ‘at the very beginning of the renewable energy journey’.
Four pink tentacles
'Floating wind... feels exactly like UK solar did to us 15 years ago,' says Alex Brierley as the Sky Fund reaches the halfway mark of £1.5bn.
Macquarie Infra May24 cover
The Australian manager was an early mover in the energy transition and feels well placed to profit as the market matures and becomes more complex.
Batteries Infra ET24
Smaller may be better: Smart technology and more EVs coming online could limit the need for battery systems and flexibility assets.
The project would be the largest ever undertaken by Actis, as it partners with Fortescue to secure green hydrogen know-how.
Portrait of a woman in her 50s holding a baby and smiling outdoors
Maybe investments in the energy transition don't require a significant premium to be worth it in the long run.

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