Infram Energy, which launched earlier this year, now has more than 95MW of capacity in its portfolio.
The Singaporean SWF teams up with Goldman Sachs for a stake in Tokyo-based energy generation developer JRE.
The island’s Bureau of Energy will rank project proposals using a scoring system, with up to 3GW of projects guaranteed a fixed feed-in tariff.
After previous Europe-focused vehicles of €150m and €350m, the firm is now looking at the US clean energy market.
The Mirova-Eurofideme 3 fund now controls 95 percent of two wind farms worth a combined €123m.
The Australian state government also received 6GW of proposals for development of energy storage facilities in the latest reverse auction.
Korean investor Daelim Energy buys the two facilties in its debut deal in the country as it looks to bolster its global power portfolio.
The government announces the move ahead of its Clean Growth Strategy to drive economic activity while increasing the use of renewable energy.
The Canadian pension manager and CKD Infraestructura have made the first renewables acquisition of their partnership.
Total investment tops $66bn, beating Q2 and the same period last year, a new report shows.