London-headquartered EV and battery storage developer Zenobē reached financial close on a 400MW battery portfolio in Scotland, boasting several firsts: including a higher than market average gearing on the transaction
The explosion of data consumption and digitalization in India has put the nation in a sweet spot for the data center industry. The nation of over 1.4 billion people is promising to offer good infrastructure, a favorable regulatory framework, and the liquidity to the capital hungry industry. How will the benefits outweigh the challenges? IJGlobal analyses
EQT’s recently launched platform ‘Nordic Ferry Infrastructure’ (NFI) added an asset last month as EQT completed the acquisition of Helsingborg-headquartered ForSea Ferries from Igneo Infrastructure Partners
It’s long been darkly muttered in infra nooks and crannies. Heck, it’s been mentioned in one or two Friday Editorials. In truth, I’m sick of saying The End Is Nigh for infrastructure funds… well, kind of… for some of them
The first social infrastructure project in Wales reached financial close late in 2022, establishing a blueprint for a pipeline of deals to follow while also lending confidence to the procurement of PPPs across other sectors
Thai infrastructure giant Ratch's acquisition of Asia Pacific-focused renewable energy platform Nexif Energy, which closed in December 2022, is the product of an existing relationship between the buyer and seller, Denham Capital
Expansion plans for Lima’s Jorge Chávez International Airport – one of the busiest in transport hubs in Latin America – reached financial close in December 2022, concluding a protracted process that was plagued by corruption scandals, litigation issues and the Covid 19 pandemic
Almost 7 years after Pennsylvania signed its first P3 agreement, the Commonwealth reached financial close on another significant bridges project – Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s first package of the Major Bridges P3 programme
When the bell sounds, you better know for sure whether you’re inside the ring or outside of it for the fight of the century – a grudge match of monumental proportions that will first be staged in the UK
DFIs are growing their support towards an upcoming pipeline of rooftop, floating and ground-mounted solar projects in a bid to increase the attractiveness of the upcoming Maldivian renewables sector for global investors. We take a closer look at the growing attractiveness towards the new sector, its challenges and opportunities
CityFibre, a relative newcomer to the FTTH sector and currently positioned as the country’s largest open access fibre only operator, has had an impressive run over the past decade. But its rapid expansion streak appears to have hit an inadvertent snag when confronted with UK’s fragmented digital infrastructure strategy
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