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The Australia-based infrastructure manager has thrown its hat in the ring with a bid for superannuation fund Rest’s 50 percent stake in gas pipeline owner SEA Gas.
As the fallout from Texas’s power crisis continues, we assess the impact and how it might change the wind financing market for the long term.
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Transmission mega-projects in Africa are gaining attention but regulatory reforms are needed to entice investors.
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With a net-zero target for 2060 and as one of the world’s worst polluters, China will have to facilitate significant investment in its infrastructure. We investigate whether this is a theme international investors can buy into.
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Covid-19 has forced investors to reconsider their risk exposure as infrastructure projects around the world have been significantly disrupted. Jon Yorker investigates how portfolios are being pandemic-proofed to prepare for future lockdowns.
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Infrastructure investors are eyeing up opportunities beyond traditional renewable energy that will help make society more sustainable in the long term.
Hydrogen will play a key role in the energy transition, but lower costs and government support are needed for it to become a major opportunity.

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