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  • IJGlobal Regional Report – North America, Q3 2023

    Performance in the infrastructure and energy space across North America in the third quarter of this year proved to be a mixed bag with an overall sense that the market compares poorly to recent quarters

  • IJGlobal Regional Report – Europe, Q3 2023

    The third quarter of 2023 showed strong performance for Europe across the broader “infrastructure finance” category when held against the corresponding period in 2022, providing marginal cheer in an otherwise fairly depressed market

  • London Array stake acquisition, UK

    Greencoat UK Wind, together with other Schroders Greencoat-managed funds, sealed in August the acquisition of a 25% stake in the 630MW London Array offshore wind farm from Ørsted for £717 million

  • Zenobē Fundraising Round 2, UK

    London-headquartered battery storage and EV company Zenobē completed its second round of funding in September 2023, seeing more than $1 billion raised

  • The Maple TopCo / Calisen deal, UK

    UK-headquartered investor, developer and manager Equitix sold Maple TopCo to Calisen in July, marking a merger of 2 of the UK's largest meter asset providers and the creation of a mega energy transition growth platform

  • They said it’d pick up in September…

    It’s always annoying to have sources wisely intone that the summer lull will end once we’re out of August. Of course it bloody will. But blimey, there’s picking up – and there’s PICKING UP. Sweltering September in London and the market’s gone utterly bonkers

  • CDPQ – decarbonising the real economy

    With C$402 billion in assets under management, CDPQ is one of the world’s leading investment groups. It is also a global leader in sustainability, spearheading efforts to decarbonise the real economy and limit the impacts of climate change by investing in sustainable projects across its various asset classes

  • IJGlobal Regional Report H1 2023 – Latin America

    IJGlobal data record a fairly consistent first half of 2023 for Latin American financing of infrastructure having – in recent years – maintained steady progress, but having suffered a particularly sharp slump in H1 2021 as the Covid pandemic impacted progress

  • Repowering wind farms, Germany

    Renewables investor Qualitas Energy, through its German subsidiary, closed in May the acquisition of 3 German wind farms from an unknown seller with plans to repower the assets, taking a further step to invest half of its Q-Energy Fund V in the German wind market

  • IJGlobal Regional Report H1 2023 – Middle East and Africa

    IJGlobal data record a fairly humble first half of 2023 for activity in the infrastructure finance space for the Middle East and Africa with a reasonable amount of project finance, decidedly constrained refinance activity and a tanked M&A sector

  • QIC's part-buyout in Vector Metering in Oz, Nz

    New Zealand-based energy company Vector recently carved out its smart metering business as it welcomed Aussie government-owned Queensland Investment Corp as an investor. QIC raised a $1 billion dual-currency green loan for the acquisition and business expansion

  • Duke Renewables deal – an exception as mega M&A slows

    Brookfield Renewable’s acquisition of Duke Energy’s renewables business comes amid a slowdown of mega M&A deals for renewables platforms as financing costs continue to run up fast

  • Cloghan and Taghart sale, Ireland

    Statkraft in May fully divested the first 2 operational wind farms developed under Ireland’s first auction to support renewable projects – the Cloghan and Taghart farms – to Greencoat Renewables, completing a €123 million deal announced in December 2020

  • Infra Dig – On.Energy’s Alan Cooper

    In a world where energy storage is playing an increasingly essential role to counteract renewable energy-related intermittency issues, attention is firmly focused on this sector… and that goes for the IJGlobal podcast as well

  • M&A: Iberdrola ends rift in Mexico for $6bn

    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

  • MAM's NTS stake buy, UK

    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”

  • IJGlobal Annual Report 2023

    IJGlobal is today publishing its annual report that will be printed and made available to guests at the London awards night on Thursday 9 March

  • The End is Nigh for infra funds

    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

  • Ratch's acquisition of Nexif's SEA, Oz portfolio

    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

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