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The firm believes the operating hydro plant represents an attractive opportunity for foreign investors looking to enter the Vietnamese renewables market.
Italy’s second-largest solar owner has 332MW under management, although a bid from the largest – Enel and F2i – is now thought to be unlikely. RTR is Terra Firma’s last remaining infrastructure asset after it sold a US-based wind portfolio to BlackRock’s Global Renewable Power Fund II in December.
The Bayonne and Middletown water concessions were sold to Argo Infrastructure Partners for a combined $170m, generating a 2.8x and 3.3x gross money multiple, respectively.
The sale has netted Partners Group a 3.2x blended gross return following a $250m investment in 2014. It had invested in the Japanese platform alongside Equis Energy. The Swiss firm divested its stake in Japan Solar to a consortium led by Global Infrastructure Partners.
The Silicon Ranch platform sold to Shell received a $100m investment by the firm in April 2016.
Auckland International Airport is selling its 24.6% for $295m, with Perron Investments and The Infrastructure Fund agreeing to bolster their holdings in two Australian hubs.
With mid-2000s infrastructure funds reaching the end of their lives, a range of exit strategies are being carried out by innovative GPs.
The Australian fund manager is divesting its principal stake in the global toll road operator as the asset company decides to internalise its management team.
Say what you want, but if you’re a manager of closed-ended infrastructure funds, then the proof of the pudding is in the exit. On the strength of that key metric alone, Martin Lennon and Ed Clarke, co-founders of Infracapital and our p. 14 keynote interviewees for this last issue of the year, should be very […]
The eight-strong portfolio based across France, Italy and Spain has been delivering a 10 percent yield per year.

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