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The energy transition-focused fund manager has deployed roughly 60% of Infragreen IV and plans to launch Fund V, for which it will link carried interest to ESG objectives, next spring.
Dai-ichi Life, Standard Chartered, MUFG and a fourth LP have committed $137.5m to the blended finance vehicle, targeting emerging markets climate infra.
The firm also raised another €400m for two co-investment vehicles that will invest in Vauban's €6bn digital platform and a Spanish PPP portfolio.
The Danish fund manager has already invested in five greenfield projects through CI ETF I, including a green hydrogen project in Australia and a 1GW electrolysis plant in Denmark that will produce green ammonia.
Infra July_Aug 2021 cover story cyber
Misunderstood and, until recently, insured away, the industry and governments are playing catch-up following a spate of cyberattacks.
The new Genoa Bridge (aka San Giorgio) replacing Morandi Bridge
Triggered by the collapse of the Genoa Bridge in August 2018, the nearly three-year saga surrounding the Italian motorway has ended, with Atlantia accepting the CDP-led consortium’s €9.3bn offer.
Although the Canadian pension stays put at number one, it certainly isn’t standing still. Its head of infrastructure, Scott Lawrence, tells us about the organisation’s activities during the past year.
Port of Barry
Norway’s largest pension hopes other pension funds will commit to the new vehicle, which will invest in loans with tenors as long as 20 years.
The UK-based infrastructure investor and developer will be split into a development company and an asset company should KKR’s £2bn offer be accepted.
The Madrid-based firm has also made its first investment through Fund II, acquiring a controlling stake in Spanish community solar developer Barter Energy.

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