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The firm has a pipeline of over 2GW of Taiwanese offshore wind projects and is also active in other Asian offshore wind markets like Japan and Korea.
The Swiss fund manager will partner with local developer CWP Renewables in the project, which will combine wind, solar and energy storage assets.
The government has updated its legislation, increasing investors’ required equity participation from 15 to 20 percent of the cost minus the state’s contribution.
The Japanese investor considers the country more attractive than the ‘competitive’ European market.
Canadian Solar is set to build its first project in the East Asian country, with construction to begin in early 2019.
The country’s newly elected prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad, orders overseas projects, including the HSR and One Belt One Road schemes, to be scrutinised.
Peter Jolly, National Australia Bank’s global head of research, explains why the private sector is needed to help fund infrastructure projects worth $57bn in Australia in the coming decade.
Asia’s development bank committed a record $1.7bn to infrastructure, with the lion’s share allocated to the energy sector.
The successful bidder will design, build, finance, operate and maintain all rail assets, as well as lease the rolling stock to the railway operators.
Co-investments alongside Actis and Equis Funds Group in Asian renewables have generated returns of more than 100% for the Danish pension fund.

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