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The greenhouses will be heated by waste heat from nearby water treatment facilities and result in a 75% carbon footprint reduction.
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
The European renewables subsidy flip-flops earlier in the decade foreshadowed a market transition that is now playing out in full. 
Sustainability, green energy, environment
The objective is to build eNordic into a €3bn holding with a generation capacity of 1.6GW over the next five years.  
The firm’s European infra fund is its first attempt at raising third-party institutional capital for an infrastructure equity strategy.
Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
The former Allianz Capital Partners CEO’s prediction of growing public opposition to private ownership of infrastructure was spot on, though he might have been surprised at the extent to which he’d be proved right. 
AI, tech, robot
The fund manager believes there is ‘immeasurable opportunity in the infratech ecosystem’ which it aims to capitalise on by investing in tech companies at the scale-up stage.
Hourglass
Fund continuations are here to stay. But how do these trilateral deals work and are they really a ‘win-win-win’ for all involved?
Europe’s regulatory regimes are becoming more punitive and may have reached ‘an inflection point’.
Resilience, resilient infrastructure
The move comes less than two weeks after the French fund manager announced its switch to a Benefit Corporation.
High voltage electricity pole
The Swiss firm is acquiring a 50% stake in the power generation platform which builds and operates renewables assets and back-up power plants throughout Latin America.
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