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A supportive administration will be crucial to unleashing the power of the sector in the US, but significant obstacles remain.
The Colonial Pipeline hack underscores the need for the public and private sector to work together to avoid another preventable disaster.
The US-based private equity firm is said to ‘like’ the strategy John Laing’s recently-appointed CEO implemented, and believes it can grow the company faster under private ownership.
Although far from final, the US president’s infrastructure plan has been criticised as being too broad in its definition of the sector on the one hand, and not offering ‘nearly enough’ on the other.
The plan, if it goes ahead, should push PE firms to cater to growing demand for sustainably-run organisations and projects, argues Apex Group's Elaine Chim.
President Joe Biden’s stance on US energy policy differs significantly from that of his predecessor. But whether, and to what extent, that stance will shape the National Environmental Policy Act that is currently under review remains to be seen.
While it doesn’t exactly embrace private capital, the president’s plan doesn’t push it away either, allowing for plenty of opportunities to co-operate.
Yesterday’s announcement marks the first step in a three-month conversation over what will be included in the plan’s final version.
I Squared Capital's Sadek Wahba lays out five ways the Biden administration could support infrastructure without increasing taxes.
February’s crippling snowstorms froze wind turbines across the Lone Star State, crashed its power grid and blew up the swaps underpinning its renewables market.
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