SolarHome, a Singaporean off-grid solar specialist, has received $10 million in debt funding for a Myanmar expansion from crowdfunding platforms Crowdcredit and Trine.
Private equity investors in India’s GMR Airports (GAL) will receive INR35.6 billion ($481.3 million) in cash plus additional equity in compensation after the company failed to deliver a liquidity event within an agreed timeframe.
Warburg Pincus has committed half of an $800 million round for Shanghai-based warehousing and logistics company NewEase China, which focuses on improving shipments through domestic airports and urban hubs.
Macquarie Capital has exited an 80% holding in Australian wind farm project Lal Lal, with Canada-based Northleaf Capital Partners and UK-based Infrared Capital Partners each taking 40% stakes.
Pacific Equity Partners has teamed up with Landis+Gyr to buy Origin Energy's Australia smart meters business. They plan on bankrolling - through fund and co-investment - a nationwide rollout
CITIC Capital has backed two China-Europe logistics providers in separate deals of undisclosed size. The GP is investing via its Silk Road Fund, which targets geographies in China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR) agenda.
Brookfield Asset Management has agreed to buy the Westinghouse nuclear power unit from Japan’s Toshiba Corporation in a deal worth approximately $4.6 billion.
UK private equity investor Foresight Solar Fund (FSF) has taken a 100% interest in an Australian solar farm and a 49% interest in each of two related projects. It coincides with a A$55 million ($43 million) investment from Australia’s Clean Energy Finance...
Infrastructure is shedding its reputation for being a sleepy sector as Asian investors join a global surge of interest in the asset class. Strategic angling for the best deals will now require a more nimble approach
Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) has agreed to acquire 100% of Equis Energy, a project platform of 180 assets under private equity investor Equis Funds Group, for $5 billion. It is said to be the world’s largest renewable energy generation acquisition...
Australian institutional investors are responding to rising valuations in the core infrastructure space by moving up the risk curve into more opportunistic assets – and domestic pricing pressure is also expected to lead to higher emerging markets allocations.
IDFC Alternatives has exited its remaining stake in Indian wind and solar power producer Sembcorp Green Infra (SGI) to Singapore-based Sembcorp Utilities for INR14.1 billion ($220 million).
The International Financial Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, is set to invest up to $50 million in a solar power project operate by India’s Arinsun Clean Energy.
Private equity investor Dolma Impact Fund has committed $3.2 million to Swet Ganga Hydropower & Construction, a hydroelectric power provider in Nepal.
Coopers Gap Wind Farm, a power facility under construction in Australia, has been acquired by the Powering Australian Renewables Fund (PARF), a renewable energy-focused vehicle backed by QIC and Australia’s Future Fund.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Tennenbaum Capital Partners have acquired Conergy Asia & ME, the Singapore-based Asia Pacific branch of global solar power developer Conergy.
IDFC Alternatives has acquired a portfolio of solar power assets in India from US-based renewable energy developer First Solar Group.
Infrastructure specialist I Squared Capital has agreed to buy the fixed-line telecom business of Hong Kong’s Hutchison Telecommunications, which is controlled by billionaire Li Ka-shing, for approximately HK$14.5 billion ($1.85 billion).
Australian property funds manager 360 Capital is seeking to acquire Asia Pacific Data Centre Trust (APDC), a real estate investment trust (REIT) that owns three data centers in Australia.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, is considering an investment of up to $100 million in Chinese water treatment firm Penyao Environmental Protection.
Fairfax India Holdings will invest INR12.9 billion ($200 million) for a 10% stake in Bangalore International Airport (BIAL), raising its total holding to 48%.
Tata Capital and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) have invested INR2 billion ($31 million) in renewable energy-focused non-banking finance company (NBFC) Tata Cleantech Capital (TCCL).
An Australian-led consortium that includes Macquarie and AMP Capital has agreed to pay A$7.6 billion ($5.6 billion) for a majority stake in Endeavour Energy, which owns and operates part of the New South Wales (NSW) electricity distribution network.
First State Super and Hastings Fund Management have agreed to acquire the New South Wales (NSW) land title and registry business for A$2.6 billion ($1.9 billion).