• Al Ansar Hospital PPP, Saudi Arabia

    Saudi Arabia’s first healthcare PPP reached financial close in February 2024, marking the country’s first success under its Vision 2030 privatisation programme

  • Mayakan gas pipeline expansion, Mexico

    French energy firm Engie in March closed a $2.5 billion deal to finance the expansion of its Mayakan gas pipeline in Mexico

  • Infra Dig – Battery Energy Storage

    This week’s Infra Dig podcast lifts the lid on battery energy storage, with informed commentary on how it works and how it integrates within the European electricity grids. Eva Zimmermann takes the listener through the complexities of an infrastructure asset class that so many people are comfortable with… but likely lack granular understanding of

  • Ancala Fund III, Europe

    Mid-market investor Ancala raised €1.4 billion for its third flagship fund, continuing the consistent investment strategy the firm has pursued since inception in 2010

  • Antin Infrastructure Fund II, France

    Earlier this year, reports that Grandi Stazioni Retail – a company which manages the retail sector of 14 Italian train stations – had been put to market emerged in the Italian press. The sale will represent the end of an era for Antin Infrastructure Fund II, for which Grandi Stazioni Retail is the final asset yet to be realised

  • Offshore wind turbines, bigger is not always better

    The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority in April cancelled contracts for 4GW of offshore wind projects after GE Vernova "caused material changes" by scrapping its turbine design for the projects

  • Infra Dig – The Energy Transition Episode

    A podcast focused squarely on energy transition in a far-ranging discussion that touches on most of the salient points in this challenging subject. Adrian Del Maestro, VP of global energy advisory at AECOM, takes listeners through the key points of the day while providing a insight into the future

  • Seriti Green, South Africa

    Pursuing climate goals and persistent load-shedding have been key drivers for companies based in South Africa to incorporate renewable energy to power their operations

  • Northvolt loan for Europe's first gigafactory, Sweden

    The push to phase out fossil fuels and transition to the electrification of transport and industry turns the focus on advancing battery storage tech. Swedish company Northvolt in early 2024 secured its first green loan, hugely boosting its significant capital raising to date amidst the challenge of finite critical raw materials

  • MásMóvil, Orange Spain merger

    For the last 2 years, 2 of Spain’s 4 mobile operators have sought out a merger to create a behemoth provider and remain leaders in the Spanish telecoms space

  • Africa Uncovered – Roland Janssens, Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund

    This latest IJGlobal podcast revives the “uncovered” series of interviews that delve into bigger picture market intelligence for infrastructure and energy. This one turns the focus on Africa with Roland Janssens, managing director at the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund

  • Phoenix biogas portfolio stake acquisition, Denmark

    The acquisition of a minority stake in the Phoenix biogas portfolio in Denmark has a clear impact on the Nordics' green transition and sets the basis for a partnership with Renegas to boost the sector in the country, Silas Harbo, country manager & head of investments Denmark at Infranode, tells IJGlobal

  • Ruta al Sur Highway PPP, Colombia

    The project sponsors for the Santana-Mocoa-Neiva Highway PPP – also known as Ruta al Sur – reached financial close on a deal to finance Colombia’s longest 4G road in December 2023, more than 10 years after it was first launched

  • Velindre Cancer Centre PPP, Wales

    Wales’s beleaguered Velindre Cancer Centre project reached financial close at the end of March 2024 following a string of delays throughout the project’s lifetime

  • Infra Dig – Edward Wilkinson, GScan

    IJGlobal’s podcast service has always sought to lift the lid on advanced technology in service of the infrastructure and energy sector… and this one fulfils that requirement perfectly. Edward Wilkinson, strategic corporate development lead at GScan, talks about a technology that sees to the heart of things

  • Neoen renewables portfolio financing, Australia

    French renewables developer Neoen has recently secured a $724 million portfolio financing on its renewable energy assets in Australia

  • British Sustainable Infrastructure II, UK

    As local authorities across the UK increasingly declare climate and nature emergencies, Gresham House’s second British Sustainable Infrastructure strategy aims to invest in the technologies and services necessary to build a future economy resilient to these crises

  • Baltic Eagle Offshore Wind Farm, Germany

    The 476MW Baltic Eagle fixed-foundation offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea, off Germany’s Pomeranian coast, reached financial close in March, becoming the first large European OWF to firm up project financing in 2024 with the sector poised for a stark expansion by the end of the decade

  • Acquisition of Kenter, Netherlands

    Pension funds APG and the Ontario Municipal Employees’ Retirement System have collaborated for a long time, making the acquisition of Dutch metering business Kenter, which closed in January, a natural fit