Prices have increased steadily over the last decade, but EDHECinfra’s Frédéric Blanc-Brude and Sarah Tame argue ‘peak infra’ might actually have occurred two years ago.
From 18-21 March, around 3,000 industry professionals descended on the Hilton Berlin for our annual infrastructure conference. Here’s what we learned
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is perceived as a reformer that helped lure foreign capital into India's infrastructure sector, but experts believe the market will remain attractive even if the incumbent PM suffers an electoral defeat.
Declan O’Brien and Alex Leung of UBS Asset Management’s infrastructure research and strategy division argue that the asset class will continue to be resilient in the face of market volatility
ESG has erupted into the mainstream of infrastructure investing, with the ‘S’ sharply elbowing its way to centre stage.
No one disputes the regulator’s role in ensuring Denmark’s pension funds invest responsibly. But the lack of clarity over specific requirements isn’t helping anyone
GIP vice-chairman and former World Bank president Jim Yong Kim tells Bruno Alves that more creative de-risking is needed to catalyse a wave of private investment in emerging markets
Don’t be surprised if TPG goes on to successfully raise the second Rise Fund. But the actions of its erstwhile boss may make it harder for other impact investors, PEI senior editors Toby Mitchenall and Isobel Markham find.
As an astronaut at NASA, Garrett Reisman was part of a government agency taking big risks. Now a professor and senior advisor at Space X, he’s helping the private sector manage those risks.
American Triple I Partners CEO David Cibrian tells Jordan Stutts there is a healthy pipeline to be found in smaller US markets.
Once a niche, renewables investing has exploded. Anish Butani, bfinance’s private markets director, examines the risk-return spectrum and the challenges posed by ESG and the end of subsidies
In 2018, the volume of corporate PPAs more than doubled compared with 2017. With strong demand and many investors chasing the same buyers, what at the risks involved for all parties?
AVAIO Capital's Mark McComiskey on the opportunities arising from the energy transition
Asper Investment Management's Luigi Pettinicchio explains why the company is focusing on platform building and early-stage development
As renewables projects ditch subsidies, four industry participants talk about why they prefer market risk. But all acknowledge they will need to work harder than ever, not least to convince investors they are well-equipped to handle the sector’s changing risk profile
Nicolas Rochon, founder and managing partner of RGREEN INVEST, explains how the post-incentive era has opened up new markets and changed the way his firm invests across Europe
Barry Lynch, partner and head of operations, energy and infrastructure at Actis, discusses the future of clean energy investment across Africa, Latin America and Asia
Aquila Capital’s Dr Tor Syverud explains how one of the continent’s oldest technologies can play a vital role in a clean-energy mix
Can a net zero-carbon world exist as demand for energy continues to grow? InstarAGF Asset Management's Gregory Smith looks at the potential for sustainable infrastructure to deliver value for the environment, the economy and the community
David Scaysbrook, co-founder of Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners, argues that many investors have taken on too much risk in renewables, and explains why the US is a far more attractive market than Australia right now
Stephane Wattez-Richard of CONQUEST on how corporate demand for clean energy is reshaping investment.