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The bill, which aims to boost US offshore wind development, eliminates a ‘race to the bottom’ in leasing bids, according to law firm Mintz’s chair of energy and sustainability, Tom Burton.
Carbon capture and sequestration has made it into many headlines, but few investor portfolios. We speak with Partners Group’s Esther Peiner, Keith Martin of Norton Rose Fulbright and Columbia University professor Scott Barrett to discuss where the market will move.
Transition Equity Partners will take on 'scale-up risk' as it looks to develop earlier-stage businesses, the firm's three partners tell us.
The firm has historically invested over $18bn in the infrastructure space out of separate accounts, but surpassed its $500m target in its first attempt at a dedicated vehicle.
In addition to nearing a first close for its latest flagship, Brookfield raised nearly $1bn for its open-end super-core strategy and circa $3bn for its third debt fund.
Joshua Pang, head of digital infra, says Carlyle’s partnership with top US cell tower platform unlocks ‘some of the most sought-after core infra assets’.
The strategy's executive director, Ken-Ichi Hino, says the manager is ‘looking for more deals for stand-alone energy storage’.
US Capitol
Congress is the closest it has ever been to passing massive climate reform. The bill is packed with tax credits, grants and even a new green bank – so what could this mean for US infrastructure?
The project, closed last month, was nearing financial close at the beginning of 2020. Then, the pandemic struck and the risk structure was overhauled.
Following the recently closed Global Transition Fund on $15bn, managing partner Natalie Adomait describes what to expect and how the firm plans to bounce back from its unsuccessful AGL bid.

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