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Quinbrook Renewables Impact Fund, which has a £1bn hard-cap, is set to focus on UK renewables, storage and grid support.
Helped by encouraging policies, Europe and Australia are leading the way in green hydrogen. We find out what this means for the energy mix and what role investors can play.
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The sale of the largest energy storage system in South Korea marks another divestment from Equis Asia Fund II.
James Wardlaw begins his role as partner next week and will be focused on capital raising efforts for the UK-based firm.
Australia’s energy minister says that blue hydrogen, where the fuel is produced using traditional gas, would be part of the mix and would enable the country’s industry to scale up faster than others.
The bank will act as a cornerstone investor on key projects and directly co-invest with the private sector ‘where appropriate’, the government says.
The merged entity will retain the CWP Renewables branding and is one of the largest portfolios of wind assets in Australia.
Covid-19 could spark a fresh wave of outsourcing that will result in little but fundraising and investment being left in-house.
As another investor alliance is created, we should be getting clear roadmaps to action at the point of announcement.

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