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Isabel O'Brien

It’s not just the $30bn-price tag attached to the Brookfield-Intel JV that lands the Canadian asset manager in the top spot, but also the firm’s contribution to the current trend of onshoring supply chains.
The tail end of 2023 saw an uptick in IRA-enabled tax credit transfers, with estimates for market size ranging from $4bn-$9bn. That number is expected to grow, despite market inconsistencies.
The open-end private fund received its first round of funding at the end of 2023. It seeks to reach $1bn over the next 18-24 months.
Uncertain market conditions, the COP28 agreement and the US’s recent decision to halt LNG exports signal that the lifespan of some of these assets may be shorter than assumed.
This year’s top five law firms have both familiar and new faces when compared with their 2022 predecessors.
The public pension fund’s private sustainable investment strategy is scaling up to include more energy transition investments, the strategy’s leaders tell us.
The digital need for power threatens to outpace the supply of new clean energy and strain the entire system. Can anything be done about it?
In an exclusive interview, the industry veteran talks about leaving Apollo, setting up Northampton Capital Partners, and why he’s not afraid to ‘get creative’.
The Treasury’s rules for hydrogen tax credits decide that the size of the tax credit – ranging from $0.60-$3/kg of hydrogen – a producer can claim will depend on lifecycle emissions.
The benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act won’t materialise unless major reforms are implemented on a federal and regional level.

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