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Long-awaited and finally released, there are significant opportunities and warning signs for investors to be aware of.
Despite the recent ruling against Ofwat’s price controls, the regulator's chief executive Rachel Fletcher told our Asia summit this adds to the appeal of UK infrastructure.
Quinbrook Renewables Impact Fund, which has a £1bn hard-cap, is set to focus on UK renewables, storage and grid support.
The bank will act as a cornerstone investor on key projects and directly co-invest with the private sector ‘where appropriate’, the government says.
Green energy
The London-based group has launched a UK-listed renewables fund, targeting investments in both the UK and the Nordics.
Will a no-deal Brexit stop you from investing in the UK? A no-deal Brexit is likely to negatively impact the UK, but a robust supply of assets with strong infrastructure characteristics remain and are less likely to be affected. No, but it may cause a reflective pause. The UK will continue to be an attractive […]
MIDIS’s sub-investment grade infra debt fund is already roughly 60% invested in 14 borrowers in the US, UK and continental Europe with an average internal rating of BB-.
Water tap
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has provisionally ruled in favour of the four water companies and has raised the allowed return.
Data centre
The UK-based firm will fund the investment through one of its Asia real estate funds.
It's also a sign of how the UK oil major intends to 'do things differently' in the renewable energy space, including by taking on development risk.

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