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Tamil Nadu's 1.5GW solar auction results announced
5 July 2017

Open Fiber: Banks key to Italian broadband
Open Fiber: Banks key to Italian broadband
Sean Keating
4 July 2017

Open Fiber's fibre-optic broadband build-out could be one of Europe's largest infrastructure financings of 2017, if CEO Tommaso Pompei's stated timescale is not too ambitious. What the deal will look like is still being guessed at by bankers - but a €500 million taster is out to market and expected to sign quickly..

Madagascar Airports DFI-backed loan closed
4 July 2017

Nam Dinh 1 investment licence awarded to ACWA and Taekwang
4 July 2017

JICA backs Japanese ODA loans to six Bangladesh projects
4 July 2017

Greencoat buys Bishopthorpe Wind Farm
4 July 2017

EAIF loan for Madagascar airport concession

South Korea participates on Jakarta LRT projects
4 July 2017

Rule change allows Lucky Electric access to coal
4 July 2017

Abengoa plans world's largest desal plant in Morocco
4 July 2017

Orascom signs $100m contract for Walideya power project
4 July 2017

TINC invests in A11 Belgian road project
4 July 2017

Northwind refi: Pocketing the margin difference
Northwind refi: Pocketing the margin difference
Max Thompson
3 July 2017

Sponsors of the 216MW Northwind offshore wind farm in the Belgian North Sea closed a €525 million ($596 million) ECA-backed refinancing last month - more than halving the price of the original senior debt.

Condotte confirmed winner on Citta della Salute hospital PPP
3 July 2017

APG and Vasa Vind ready the 288MW Askalen wind project
3 July 2017

Bidding rules published for Mexico's electricity auction
3 July 2017

Heron Resources secures A$240m funding for Woodlawn project
3 July 2017

INPEX signs $566m JBIC-backed facility for 5% ADCO stake
30 June 2017

Myingyan IPP nearing full financial close
30 June 2017

iCON Infrastructure closes new €1.2bn infra fund
30 June 2017

Zero subsidy bids for Hollandse Kust Zuid I and II sought
30 June 2017

Metro Pacific puts in unsolicited bid for Calax extension
30 June 2017

BNDES methodology change encourages smaller PV projects
30 June 2017

Maryland DOT issues RFP for renewable and storage projects

Alterra expands Flat Top Wind loan facility
30 June 2017

SH 130 emerges from Chapter 11 with $260m of new finance
30 June 2017

BCG and Hanwha joint investment in Vietnamese solar project
30 June 2017

KDB raises $300m with inaugural issuance of green bonds
30 June 2017

Opportunity of the day: HEDCO seeks international bank to lead arrange financing of five Iranian petrochemical projects

IFC nears decision on Nachtigal Hydro
29 June 2017

Fisterra reaches financial close on Tierra Mojada CCGT project
29 June 2017
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ING says no to Canadian pipeline investments
29 June 2017

Approval for $870m Lake Charles Power Station
29 June 2017

GEEFS expands Indian renewables portfolio with RattanIndia deal
29 June 2017

East Anglia 3 wind project planning decision delayed
28 June 2017

Financial close for Northern Pathway on $1.8bn NSW prison project
28 June 2017

LA budget approval for Metro Gold Line extension project
28 June 2017

Opportunity of the day: Rosatom seeks European suppliers and trade finance for $22bn Akkuyu nuclear power project

Etisalat Nigeria: A lesson in towering currency risk
Etisalat Nigeria: A lesson in towering currency risk
Tom Nelthorpe
27 June 2017

With Etisalat Nigeria ownership on the verge of being handed over to 13 banks, have African mobile and tower operators taken on more FX risk than they can handle?

Coal-fired power: To lend or not to lend?
Coal-fired power: To lend or not to lend?
Callum Burroughs
27 June 2017

Some banks are making great PR from their retreat from coal-related lending. But with new coal-fired power markets opening up, a blanket ban by individual banks on coal-fired projects is arguably more harmful to the environment than selective coal-fired project lending.

Carlyle closes debt for Rockland acquisition
27 June 2017

Re-landscaping the park: Dubai solar goes shariah-compliant
Re-landscaping the park: Dubai solar goes shariah-compliant
Max Thompson
26 June 2017

Sponsors of the 800MW third phase of the Dubai solar park closed a $700 million soft mini-perm earlier this month - the largest Middle East solar deal to date to go shariah-compliant.

Sydney Harbour Metro tunnel contract awarded

Senvion signs up for 42MW Serbian wind farm

Tradewind gets approval for $300m White Cloud Wind Project
26 June 2017

Scotland for Kintyre wind but against Creggan
26 June 2017

KfW funding for Zambian renewable tariff implementation
26 June 2017

EBRD seeks consultants for Turkish renewables review

ACWA and SWCC sign Shuaiba 3 desal extension WPA
23 June 2017

Green Power raises Ishikari offshore wind loan
23 June 2017