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A series of presentations at a public AEMC hearing in Sydney saw five stakeholders come out strongly against the current MLF regime, with only Infigen Energy defending it.
Australian fund manager ICG took ownership of Tas Gas and other utility businesses operated by Enwave in a A$420m deal.
The $1.6bn project is being jointly developed with Thailand´s Gulf Energy Development, and has been backed by a consortium of 16 lenders.
The 2019 Infrastructure Investor Hong Kong Summit took place against a backdrop of protests. It’s clear investors are aware of the opportunities that Asia can provide – but many are still wary of the risks involved.
As the rulemaker for Australia’s electricity market indicates it will not get rid of marginal loss factors, what effect is this likely to have on investment? And is the regulator’s position likely to change before its final ruling in January 2020?
The fund manager will use its hands-on approach to expand into developing economies, vice-chairman Jim Yong Kim said.
IFM chief executive Brett Himbury says deals at such a large scale see ‘improved’ risk-return dynamics compared with others at a lower ticket.
After 10 years at the helm of the energy transition-focused firm he founded, Tobias Reichmuth will continue to provide strategic direction as chairman of the board.
The firm’s second infrastructure fund is targeting $1bn and has acquired a business aviation provider and a water infrastructure company servicing the midstream sector.
he new CEFC-administered Grid Reliability Fund follows an academic report that found the federal government should facilitate investment in transmission infrastructure to ensure emissions continue to fall.
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