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Infrastructure Investor: The Decade
Mexico’s 2014 energy reforms were historic, but the aftermath demonstrated the hand of politics in infrastructure. 
The group, which counts BlackRock, John Laing and Macquarie among its members, says that the current MLF regime can ‘materially impact’ investor returns in unforeseen ways.
Committee for Sydney says the next set of projects has stalled and urges the state government to take action in order to avoid ‘a one-time infrastructure boom’.
Solar panels
The Australian Energy Market Operator has warned of risks to supply in coming months but the federal government is still not stepping up.
Solar panels
UK-listed firm says changes to Marginal Loss Factors produced ‘unfavourable results’ for three Australian renewables assets.
The 20-person panel, which also includes figures from LGIM and Aviva Investors, will advise the UK government on private investment without the EIB.
Libor has underpinned financial products for decades. But it could be phased out in less than three years, with huge implications for private debt lenders.
High voltage electricity pole
Bravos Energia is planning to hold a private long-term power auction after the Mexican government cancelled its own in January.
Direct investing
Going direct is well-suited to infrastructure. But anyone looking to do it will have to tackle tough questions around compensation and transparency.
Wind farm Western Australia
Industry Super Australia said that its members ‘stand ready to help’ with the transition to renewable energy but called on the government to do more to help create the right conditions for investment.
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