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U.S. confidence softens as energy costs bite

by Andrea Zander | Oct 18, 2021

The University of Michigan sentiment index has softened in early October despite COVID-19 case numbers falling sharply, and incomes and wealth rising. Consumers nonetheless are clearly spending, according to ING.
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NGET expands power-flow project in the U.K.

by Kali Persall | Oct 15, 2021

National Grid Electricity Transmission (NGET), owner of the national electricity transmission system in England and Wales, is expanding its network of modular power-flow control technology in the United Kingdom.
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GRESB releases Infrastructure Assessment results

by Drew Campbell | Oct 15, 2021

Amsterdam-based GRESB, a global environmental, social and governance (ESG) benchmark for capital markets, has released the results of its 2021 Infrastructure Assessment.
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EQT CEO implores: ‘unleash American shale’

by Kali Persall | Oct 15, 2021

Toby Rice, CEO of EQT Corp., is calling for more investment in domestic infrastructure such as pipelines to make more fuel available in the United States and abroad, according to Bloomberg.
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Report finds global listed infrastructure dips in September

by Kali Persall | Oct 15, 2021

The global listed infrastructure (GLI) asset class dipped in September as higher energy prices, U.S. political uncertainty and China’s Evergrande debt crisis weighed on financial markets, according to First Sentier Investors’ GLI review and outlook for the month.
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Biden to roll out large-scale wind farms across U.S. coastline

by Kali Persall | Oct 14, 2021

President Biden has announced plans to develop large-scale wind farms along nearly the entire U.S. coastline in what the New York Times is calling “the most forceful push ever by the federal government to promote offshore wind development.”
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Actis Energy 5 concludes fundraising at $4.7b

by Kali Persall | Oct 14, 2021

The Actis Energy 5 (AE5) fund has concluded fundraising, significantly exceeding its $4 billion target with $4.7 billion of fund commitments and significant co-investment capital.
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Low-carbon natural gas facility comes online in Ohio

by Released | Oct 13, 2021

Commercial operation has begun at South Field Energy, a 1,182-megawatt, low-carbon, combined-cycle natural gas electric generating facility located in Columbiana County, Ohio, Advanced Power announced on Oct. 13.
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