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The firm has launched Nozomi Energy with capital from Actis Energy 5, with energy transition in the APAC region a focus.
EU UK regulation
The notion of what makes an investment and a country low risk was challenged in 2022 as global energy producers and developers faced new taxes and regulatory measures.
Wind turbines on a wind farm in Galicia, Spain
The pair have acquired a 49 percent stake in the project, which was completed earlier this year and comes with a long-term offtake agreement with Origin Energy.
Upwards arrows in bubbles
RealPort founder and CEO Ekow Yankah interprets inflation's impact on the renewables sector and its investors.
Despite the evident need for more renewables capacity in Europe, investors are wary of ever-changing regulations and mounting costs.
Wind farm Western Australia
AGL Energy has been forced to write down a series of PPAs with windfarms it developed and sold between 2006 and 2012, as wholesale prices continue to fall.
Despite a sharp fall in energy demand and power prices earlier this year, PPA activity has remained strong. But another record year is no slam dunk.
HK Summit Nov 2019 PPA Panel
Partners Group’s Andrew Kwok cautions that growth in PPAs presents new risks to investors at the same time as supporting project investment cases.
Hong Kong Summit November 2019
Panellists say financing renewable projects is becoming more difficult due to slowing economic growth in the country.

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