IDFC Alternatives has fully exited its stake in Indian power plant operator Essar Power for INR5.8 billion ($87.1 million).
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has proposed a $100 million investment in Indian infrastructure-focused non-banking financial company (NBFC) L&T Infrastructure Finance (LTIF) to support solar energy projects in the country.
EIG Global Energy Partners has invested in Senex Energy and will partner with the Australian oil and gas producer on several of its projects.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has agreed to provide $165 million in debt financing to the Bangladeshi subsidiary of Singapore-based energy firm Sembcorp Utilities.
Resources-focused private equity firm Denham Capital has invested in three renewable energy projects across Australia via its Singapore-based investment platform Nexif Energy.
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India’s Piramal Enterprises has invested INR5 billion ($73 million) in Indian renewable energy and telecom solutions company Acme Cleantech Solutions.
EQT Partners has agreed to pay Australian logistics conglomerate Brambles $130 million for its aviation industry services unit, Chep Aerospace Solutions.
Warburg Pincus has agreed to partner US-listed Chinese internet services provider 21Vianet on a joint venture focused on developing and acquiring data centers in China.
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An all-Australian consortium comprising IFM Investors and AustralianSuper has acquired a 50.4% interest in a 99-year lease of Ausgrid, New South Wales’ (NSW) electricity distribution network, for A$16.2 billion ($12.3 billion).
Brookfield Asset Management has agreed to buy the telecom towers assets of Reliance Communications for INR110 billion ($1.6 billion).
IDFC Alternatives has agreed to buy a wind power business owned by Indian conglomerate Jindal Steel & Power.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, has joined EMA Power Investment to invest $175.5 million in Bangladeshi independent power producer Summit Corporation (SCL).
Cube Highways and Infrastructure, the India toll road and transportation investment platform of I Squared Capital, has bought a toll road asset from IL&FS Transportation Networks for INR1.4 billion ($20.9 million).
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment arm of the World Bank, will invest up to $125 million in Hero Future Energies (HFE), a renewable energy platform based in India.
Large institutional Asian LPs are looking to boost allocations to alternative assets, including private equity, as they seek to diversify portfolios in response to economic volatility, according to UBS Asset Management.
Fengate Capital Management has taken a stake in an Australian power plant along with General Electric (GE) and funds managed by domestic infrastructure-focused firm Whitehelm Capital.
Motilal Oswal Private Equity (MOPE) has invested INR980 million ($14.8 million) in India Energy Exchange, buying a 4.1% stake from Jindal Power.
Dutch pension fund manager APG Asset Management has committed $132 million, alongside Piramal Enterprises, to Essel Green Energy, the solar power platform of India's Essel Group.
Renewable energy-focused developer and investor Equis Funds Group has launched Southeast Asia's largest solar energy project in the Philippines.
Nexif Energy, a Southeast Asia-based energy investment platform backed by Denham Capital, has bought a majority stake in a Vietnam hydropower project.
IFM Investors has agreed to sell Australia-headquartered renewable energy platform Pacific Hydro to China’s State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC).
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