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From Australia to the UK, questions are being asked by regulators, consumers and corporate customers that must be answered much more effectively.
Women in Infrastructure, London November 2019
How to achieve diversity, dealing with late-cycle ‘schizophrenia’, technology and regulatory risk, and why the right questions are crucial for ESG implementation were some of the key topics covered.
Clean energy - solar
Resiliency and how to measure impact are two key topics coming out of our Sustainable Investing report.
With less than a month to go, we urge you to send us your submissions for II’s annual recognition of the asset class’s star performers.
With state energy ministers meeting on 22 November – just a day after the Australian Energy Market Commission decides whether to amend rules on Marginal Loss Factors – the market is hoping for much-needed clarity around investment decisions.
Google apps
Google has trained its sights on the asset class through its new venture, underscoring the need for traditional players to ‘tech up’.
Monopoly
The country's competition watchdog has come out strongly against a decision to remove it as the Port of Newcastle’s regulator, sounding caution about monopoly assets having ‘unfettered market power’.
Offshore wind
Britain's offshore wind industry has come of age at a startling rate and presents new market dynamics for the sector.
For an LP, navigating these processes can be a minefield. Rod James, of sister publication Secondaries Investor, offers a few pointers.
Infrastructure Investor’s 10th anniversary issue – packed with trends and market-leading thought leadership – is now online. Find out how to make the most of it.
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