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
Oregon’s first courthouse P3 project reached financial close this summer, in a deal that will replace Clackamas County’s more than 80-year-old structure which has become functionally obsolete and seismically unsound
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...
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
There has been extensive commentary on the SEC’s recent action against Vale in New York for violating antifraud and reporting provisions of the federal securities laws by making false and misleading statements about dam safety in the company’s sustainability reports and other environmental, social and governance disclosures. The alleged violations relate to the building of the Brumadinho dam
The Maryland Purple Line Light Rail P3 has a new debt financing package in place, replacing an earlier loan and allowing the beleaguered project to commence construction and transit operations to commence in 2026
The project finance market has been especially dynamic since the start of the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020. Here Will Marder of Wilmington Trust takes a look at how it has evolved in that time
As governments around the world look to secure low-carbon baseload energy and nail down security of supply, small modular reactors are going to feature increasingly on agendas as they move from drawing board to implementation
Debt capital markets and project bonds represent one of the keys to unlocking the flow of long-term yield chasing western institutional capital needed to address this infrastructure gap. One of the most exciting developments in this space in recent years has been the growth in green project bonds targeted at climate impact reduction infrastructure investments.
The Biden administration has decided to draw out Trump-era solar tariffs for 4 more years, but is making an exception for bifacial solar panel technology, which has soured the outlook of some solar panel manufacturers, but is still considered a win for developers of solar projects
Now that the US House of Representatives has passed the Biden administration's long-awaited $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, renewables market participants are eyeing a $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill containing a host of federal tax credit incentives and a direct-pay option that could be voted on as soon as next week
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