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India’s GVK moves the $2.3bn greenfield development, initially approved in 2007, to the construction phase.
The world’s fourth largest wind market is looking to have 5GW of offshore wind installed in the next five years, on top of its 60GW onshore target by 2022.
The fund has been seeded with a stake in a 185MW portfolio, with future India-focused vehicle launches under consideration.
India’s infrastructure market continues to entice and, for some, to disappoint. While the government has made infrastructure development a priority and there are pockets of opportunity, the country still isn’t an easy market to invest in, finds Siddharth Poddar
India’s infrastructure success is a relatively recent story, at least from the perspective of attracting long-term institutional investment.
The asset manager is selling its Asian Infrastructure & Related Resources Opportunity platform to emerging markets specialist The Rohatyn Group for an undisclosed amount.
The two institutional investors have acquired 55% of shares in IndInfravit, an infrastructure investment vehicle sponsored by L&T IDPL.
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