Himanshu Saxena and Brad Nordholm tell Kalliope Gourntis about Starwood Energy’s 10-year journey, the dramatic shifts that are transforming the energy sector and how the firm plans to capitalise on emerging power opportunities.
Adam Le argues infrastructure secondaries are poised to grow as managers like Arcus seek solutions to extend funds
With over 800 senior executives present in this year’s edition of our annual Berlin Summit, the industry discussed how to face the future. Chase Collum reports
The second wave of Australian port privatisations no longer ensures investors a monopolistic position. But are they still attractive assets, asks Nia Tam
What made South Korea’s largest asset manager create a €100 million fund focusing solely on Spanish infrastructure projects? Nia Tam has the answer
PEI is trying to collect money to do what it preaches: invest in infrastructure.
Self-driving car tries to ride the bus in California
What does the bankruptcy of SH130’s concession company mean for the US P3 market?
Legal & General head of clean energy John Bromley tells Jordan Stutts about the insurer’s first major step into the UK clean energy market.
Automation, energy storage, cyber-attacks – disruption in its many guises was a key topic at our record-breaking Berlin Summit 2016
Dominic Helmsley and Jason Cogley talk about SL Capital Partners’ investment philosophy, alignment of interests with LPs, and more
With fierce competition for assets and increasing pressure on returns, Bruno Alves and three infrastructure fund managers discuss why active asset management might be more important than ever
Chase Collum tells the story of how Corvias Campus Living successfully closed an innovative multi-campus student housing deal using a framework it borrowed from the transportation space
The UK’s excess power margin could hit 0% in the winter of 2016-17, making blackouts more likely and creating a market for reserve power projects, argues Oxford Capital investor relations director Ed Reekie
With privatisations and secondaries opportunities up for grabs, brownfield assets will provide the bulk of France’s marquee deals this year. But greenfield shouldn’t be discounted further down the line. Matthieu Favas reports from Paris
Brandon Prater and Patrizia Buser, of Partners Group, tell investors where to find sustainable returns in today’s fiercely competitive landscape
Dominic Church, managing director of public affairs consultancy Westminster Advisers assesses the possibility of Brexit – and what it might mean for infrastructure investors