Lengthy and inconclusive talks between the Vietnamese government, state-owned utility, and solar and wind power developers over a policy decision have left at least 3.5GW of these renewable assets idle. IJGlobal takes a closer look at the situation and some possible solutions
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
The UK Infrastructure Bank was born from Brexit – the great British answer to the loss of the European Investment Bank that made it pretty clear that departure from the EU came at a cost. Here we look at its replacement...
In the second of the Infra Dig masterclass series, the focus turns on payment mechanisms for renewable energy projects and drills down into what underpins the vast majority of projects' financing packages...
Asia’s infrastructure markets can leverage increasingly mature sustainable instruments and the availability of multilaterals to stay resilient amid rapid inflation and rising interest rates. IJGlobal shares insights with Henri Blas, chief content officer of Global Infrastructure Hub, about global trends of private investment in infrastructure in relation to Asia
Amid the slowdowns suffered by South Africa's IPP programmes, utility-scale success has been found elsewhere in the renewables sphere as a SOLA Group-led consortium reached a $234.5 million financial close on 200MW of solar PV
We are delighted today to be publishing the second issue of the IJGlobal ESG Report, delving into environmental, social and governance issues as they impact the international infrastructure and energy community
In a region of great contrasts on the digital front, APAC shows real signs of playing a dominant role on digitalization in the years to come. This article - delivered in partnership with Allen & Overy - looks into developments on the ground...
Japan last month launched a bid review for 3 offshore wind sites, which had stalled as the government revised the auction law. IJGlobal shares insights from market insiders who are hopeful that the under-revamped auction process will bring greater opportunity for investment
Prior to hosting REFF Wall Street last week in New York, IJGlobal hosted a webinar as a teaser for delegates and sponsors, giving a flavour of what as to come. That taste of the market is shared today...
Deals in the niche energy-from-waste recycling sector are few and far between, rendering InfraVia Capital Partners’ acquisition of a 70% stake in Netherlands-based Blue Phoenix Group a transaction worthy of attention
After decades of service, LIBOR effectively ceased to be used as an interest rate benchmark at the end of 2021 in most markets. Synthetic LIBOR will continue to be published for Sterling until the end of 2022 but only to support legacy deals that hadn’t transitioned to an RFR by the end of 2021
Africa’s first ever wind farm – the 50MW Koudia al Baida in the Tangier region of northern Morocco – will be rebuilt and doubled in size as part of a €138 million ‘repowering’ project signed by French power developer EDF and Morocco’s Masen
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