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
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
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
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
Infrastructure funds struggling to raise cash… which sounds odd given the records broken in 2022 for fundraising. But we live in a new reality and the suspicion is that hoarding is afoot and that the splurge will come in Q3
In the wake of EDRAM winning ESG Infrastructure Asset Manager of The Year (Debt) at the recent IJGlobal ESG Awards, Jean Francis Dusch, global head of infrastructure and structured finance at the asset manager, discusses the firm’s differentiated approach to ESG investing, and how that’s demonstrated in key transactions
Off the back of CIBC’s recent ESG Adviser of The Year award for the Americas, Robert Todd, managing director in the bank’s energy, infrastructure and transition business, and Curtis VanWalleghem, co-founder and CEO of Hyrdostor, discuss the evolving area of energy storage
Formed from a marriage between Credit Suisse and GE in 2006, Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) has long had a results-focused and data driven approach to EHS and ESG matters, by virtue of the team’s industrial GE heritage, explains Lucy Chadwick, Partner and Head of ESG
Only through in-house specialist expertise, structuring skills and agility will banks be able to meet the huge need for funding new types of sustainable infrastructure, writes Hervé Le Corre, global head of infrastructure finance at Societe Generale
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...
Digital infrastructure is one of the key pillars for growth across the LAC region with significant impact anticipated for the coming decade. Dorina Yessios, New York partner with Allen & Overy, speaks to IJGlobal...
Gigafactories are flavour of the day for this latest Infra Dig podcast as Lars Carlstrom – founder and chief executive of Italvolt and Statevolt – pulls up a chair for a fireside chat on his favourite subject
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
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