A Macquarie-led consortium has bought the UK’s Green Investment Bank, prompting questions about the bank’s future role in financing the country’s green economy.
Revenue stream visibility is a key issue for battery storage projects. We look at Macquarie Capital’s recent financing of 50MW of batteries in California to find out what it says about the nascent asset class.
The pioneers of US offshore wind believe its time as a competitive energy source is not far away. We spoke to them to figure out who’s going to ride the wave.
With an ever-growing pipeline of clean energy projects, Mainstream Renewable Power has launched its own investment division to streamline financing.
Elizabeth Littlefield, the CEO of the US government’s development finance institution, discusses OPIC’s impact investing tracking system and its interest in venture capital and renewable energy.
US President-elect Donald Trump has already pledged to rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure.
With the 300MW Tees REP struggling to get off the ground, Macquarie Capital stepped in to clinch an innovative financial close. We zoom in on how they did it.
For years, US offshore wind was characterised by the failure of the Cape Wind project. But now investors are talking about the success of Block Island and what comes next.
A late 2015 land reform has paved the way for a boom in solar installations, with Partners Group and Cathay Life Insurance among the first to get on board.
Everoze partner Felicity Jones goes behind the low prices netted by National Grid’s landmark energy storage auction and what it means for the sector.