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The asset manager’s head of impact Megan Starr explains why Carlyle isn’t pressing the brakes on its climate change resilience plans.
Our Global Summit returns, Gatwick’s debt repayments are pushed back and it's business as usual for LPs. Welcome to The Pipeline, the start-the-week briefing for our valued subscribers only.
The firm will make mezzanine debt investments through separately managed accounts and may raise a dedicated Asia debt fund in future.
Solar power
The shift in emphasis, part of its First Low Emissions Technology Statement, is ‘surprising and disappointing’ and could hamper private investment.
It's also a sign of how the UK oil major intends to 'do things differently' in the renewable energy space, including by taking on development risk.
The fibre company has a growing presence in Europe and is also the largest active operator in South Africa.
From looking to coordinate investment between generation and transmission to developing Renewable Energy Zones, the government is tackling energy policy reform from multiple angles.
Turnpike Toll
French authorities have allowed 'profits that have no relationship' with market risks, according to the research institute.
offshore wind
The portfolio comprises six projects developed by Macquarie’s renewable energy platform Acacia.
Infra giants still want UK regulated assets, Meridiam targets Suez with single-asset fund and the mid-market gears up for a new entrant. Welcome to The Pipeline, the start-the-week briefing for our valued subscribers only.
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