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Major listed Australian wind farm operator set to go private

Infratil and Mercury launched a joint bid to take 100% ownership of Tilt Renewables, which holds 11% of Australia’s installed wind capacity.

New Energy Solar acquisition ramps up Australian exposure

The Walsh & Co-managed entity has secured a 15-year PPA for 69% of Beryl Solar Farm’s output and is considering a battery installation to enhance risk-adjusted returns.

SUSI closes world’s first energy storage fund on €252m

CEO Tobias Reichmuth tells us 75% of the fund’s projects must come with long-term capacity agreements, how SUSI is mitigating risk and the returns premium first-movers can extract from the sector.

Macquarie Capital bolsters energy storage drive with new hire

Macquarie Group’s investment arm has tapped Tesla veteran Greg Callman to lead its efforts in energy storage and distributed solutions, areas it predicts will have a ‘transformational role’ in the coming decade.

NESF secures landmark solar-plus-storage deal

The move comes 18 months after the listed fund began ‘exploring the feasibility’ of co-location.

Energy storage: It’s all in the service agreement

Despite a clear need and high growth potential, investors have not backed the energy storage sector in large numbers, partly due to a lack of standardised contracts, finds Jordan Stutts.

WATCH: ‘Storage generating 9%-10% returns with no upside fantasies’ – SUSI Partners

Tobias Reichmuth, founder and CEO of energy transition manager SUSI Partners, argues storage will continue to predominantly be an equity return for the next three to four years.

World’s first listed storage fund targets £100m

The offering proposed by Gore Street Capital is eyeing a 1.3GW pipeline and is looking to generate an IRR of between 10% and 12%.

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