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Infrastructure Investor Special Reports
Welcome to Infrastructure Investor's special reports section, where you'll find an extensive library of reports on the key issues affecting the infrastructure markets.
Published: May 2019
Digital is probably the most dynamic infrastructure sector and it is being redrawn. Our first digital infrastructure report focuses on the sector’s transition from what was perceived as a risky venture-capital play to what is now a burgeoning institutional asset class. This includes opportunities and innovation driven by an explosion in data demand, three top market trends, attractive investor platforms in the under-served areas and much more.
Published: April 2019
If our second Energy Transition Report has one overarching theme, it’s that the energy transition is itself in transition. That is nowhere truer than in the engine room, as renewables shed their dependence on subsidies to become more of a merchant power play. In this report, we bring you insights into diverse Australian markets, PPAs and the risks involved, managing investment risks in the energy transition and much more.
Published: March 2019
In this special report, we look at the top stories and developments from 2018 as well as reveal the winners of the Infrastructure Investor Awards 2018, which recognizes the achievements of the individuals and the firms who shaped the global private capital flow into infrastructure marketplace last year.
Published: February 2019
Infrastructure debt is now an established and resilient asset class, with managers steadily growing their assets under management. In this new report we reveal our first infrastructure debt ranking – bringing you the 10 largest managers in the asset class today, we highlight five risks to watch out for, tell interested investors where to find relative value and more.
Published: December 2018
The Trump administration may not support clean energy, but consumers are driving demand for renewables in the US, a market which continues to be dominated by the energy sector, but which in the past year saw increased activity in the aviation sector. Further north, in Canada, a new frontier is emerging as First Nations’ infrastructure deficit presents untapped openings. Here, we present the latest trends and opportunities sweeping both countries.
Published: November 2018
In this annual report, we look at managing the impact of technology, how repowering is helping the energy transition and why flexible investing is here to stay. Discover these and other trends that stand a strong chance of shaping the asset class’s future.
Published: October 2018
This report explores how sustainability is redefining infrastructure investment, including the GRESB infrastructure benchmark, the main trends for implementing ESG, how to future-proof your portfolio and more.
Published: June 2018
It’s no exaggeration to call the ongoing energy transition the biggest global investment opportunity of the century.
If you’re heavily invested in the sector, looking for new opportunities within it, or thinking about your first steps, our in-depth report can provide you with the insight you need on this transformational phenomenon and how it’s changing the infra landscape…
Published: March 2018
In this special edition, we review the top stories and interviews from 2017 as well as reveal the winners from our Annual Awards. Discover the firms and individuals who shaped the infrastructure market in 2017.
Published: February 2017
In this month’s issue we take our annual look at the Australian market, where even as dealflow looks set to decrease this year, there is still plenty to look forward to, whether it’s greenfield PPPs or renewables.
Discover these and other key influencing factors shaping Asia’s largest infrastructure market in this special report.
THE FUND MANAGER GUIDE 2016/2017
Published: January 2017
This guide is a supplement to the 2016 Infrastructure Investor 50 (II50), a ranking of the 50 largest infrastructure fund managers globally. Inside you will find a detailed analysis of our top 50 ranking, including each individual firm’s details, total capital raised, sector and geographic focus and a breakdown of latest fundraisings.
THE FUTURE OF INFRASTRUCTURE 2016
Published: November 2016
What does the future hold for infrastructure investors? With the help of key industry leaders, we delve into seven key trends – from ESG, to energy storage, to hybrid assets – that are likely to shape the infrastructure investing landscape going forward.
Published: November 2016
Our newly rebranded ‘Debt Awards for Excellence’ capture the market’s movement towards institutional backed infrastructure debt in our most successful edition ever.