Iberdrola’s chairman Ignacio Galán, on April 4 2023, sat on a dark green chair embroidered with the Mexican coat of arms, around a large wooden table with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and a Mexican delegation to hand over 8.5GW worth of assets, the largest energy deal ever signed in the country
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
It’s late. You’re in taxi territory. The nibbles are finished or looking dubious. And you’ve just realised you’re the only one at the party who’s not staying over. It’s time to go home. Having this week published the IJ funds and investors report, that’s kinda the way it feels when running an eye over the fundraising chart for close-ended infrastructure funds – the party’s over
A consortium led by Macquarie Asset Management acquired a 60% stake in National Grid’s UK gas transmission and metering business earlier this year, with plans to “progress projects designed to transition the UK from fossil fuels, including hydrogen focused projects”
Impact Electron Siam-led consortium's 600MW cross-border onshore wind power project – which will export electricity from Laos to Vietnam – brings the Mekong Delta region closer in realising power interconnection and integration
The infrastructure community amassed last night in the glorious Guastavino’s to celebrate the successes of 2022 at the IJGlobal Awards, achieving levels of razmataz that can only be attained at a New York event
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
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