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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.
The CI New Markets fund, launched earlier this year and attracting European investors from Scandinavia, Germany and Austria, is the Danish firm's first to target emerging markets.
An investor at this week’s New York Summit said LPs are wise to ‘lock up contractual income’ as foreign institutions seek access to the US market.
Global Renewable Power III, which has so far garnered funds mostly from Europe, will begin deployment next year.
The firm has already made its first investment, acquiring a 44% stake in Germany’s A8 motorway from InfraVia and Egis.
Troy Rieck, the superfund’s newly appointed CIO, talks fees, an increase in co-investments and debt commitments, and why he ‘doesn’t care’ about the definition of infra – as long as it’s a good investment.
Ratings and evaluations are being used to help managers raise money and land favourable loan terms. But the systems used to measure ESG have failings that cannot be ignored.
The Silvertown Tunnel project was pursued by Transport for London, rather than the UK’s central government, which last year abolished PPPs.
Expert analysis by Jason Clatworthy, managing director, Jay Moody, managing director, and Hiral Bhatt, senior director, at Alvarez & Marsal Taxand
Wind farm Western Australia
The Dutch manager is back in market with the sixth edition of its flagship strategy and its second Core Infrastructure Fund.
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