Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has already raised €1.5bn of €10-14bn CI IV vehicle, set to back wind, solar and others across OECD states, developed Asian nations and Australia.
Self-styled ‘largest solar transaction’ in country’s history will see developer fully exit 130-strong fleet of small-scale plants to Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI)
Global body joins campaign for green COVID-19 rebound, amid warnings that solar, wind pipeline for 2020-2030 falls short of what was already achieved in 2010-2019.
Utility enlists telecoms giant Telefónica for 10-year deal while asset manager lines up bond package from UK-based investor Pension Insurance Corporation.
President signs decree setting out use of green debentures to unlock multi-gigawatt boost to renewables, stung by auction postponements brought about by COVID-19.
Our new weekly series shifts the lens from immediate impacts to the green new tomorrow currently taking shape, and solar’s central role in it, starting with news from the week commencing 1 June 2020.
US$245m upsizing of existing facility and US$300m new package from Brookfield bring debt injection to firm bracing last month for quarterly installs to drop to levels unseen since 2017.
IRENA finds world could save US$23bn per year if it replaced costly coal with cheaper solar and wind while Imperial College-IEA conclude green energy plays make more money at lower risk.
Projects can stay money-making for cost-savvy developers and investors but tariffs below INR 2.5/kWh (3.47 US dollar cents per kWh) are ‘unviable’, say IEEFA experts.
Clean energy segment has proved more resilient to COVID-19 fallout but current investment is 'nowhere near’ the levels needed to keep climate change at bay, global watchdog warns.
Four-year partnership with Technology Credit Union set to bring financial reprieve to firm, forced by pandemic to idle solar factories worldwide and enact sweeping cost cuts.
8minute Solar Energy has bolted a further 3GW of large-scale solar projects onto its pipeline, taking the developer’s tally to more than 18GW.
Firm says green energy ‘mission’ will steer actions at time of COVID-19 uncertainty, as shareholders back US$500m raise to fund US$1.8bn plan to deploy solar and wind in Chile and Colombia.
World’s top asset manager cites appetite for ‘resilience’ in era of volatility as it smashes US$3.5bn target of GEPIF III fund, set to invest in solar, storage and other renewables and non-renewables.
Solar player enlists oil major BP, HSBC, Natwest and Bank of America as it raises US$250m package to sponsor project northeast of Dallas, set to trade energy with BP.