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The fund will target renewables in UK and Europe, as well as eyeing assets in Australia.
The 2019 Infrastructure Investor Hong Kong Summit took place against a backdrop of protests. It’s clear investors are aware of the opportunities that Asia can provide – but many are still wary of the risks involved.
Only 40% of the debt issued during Q3 of this year met international criteria on green finance.
As the rulemaker for Australia’s electricity market indicates it will not get rid of marginal loss factors, what effect is this likely to have on investment? And is the regulator’s position likely to change before its final ruling in January 2020?
Eurofideme-4 is 2.5 times larger than the French group’s previous fundraise and has invested €300 million.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia found just 49% of respondents saw ‘compelling’ investment opportunities in Australia, leading to a growing preference for unregulated and core-plus assets.
Solar panels, photovoltaic - alternative electricity source
The project marks the beginning of the Swiss fund manager’s partnership with Perth-based Starling Energy, a manager of distributed energy assets.
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.
Offshore wind park at daybreak.
The firm is part of a consortium of 20 international and local lenders that will provide project financing for the Macquarie Capital-backed Formosa II.
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