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California’s last nuclear plant to remain online

by Andrea Zander | Aug 9, 2022

California’s last operating nuclear plant, Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, which was scheduled to close by 2025, could remain online, led by Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom, reported the Associated Press.
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Africa Finance Corp. adopts new infrastructure identity

by Kali Persall | Mar 30, 2022

The Africa Finance Corp. (AFC) is rebranding with “Instrumental Infrastructure. Instrumental Africa” as its tagline, embodying the company’s mission to deliver fast and sustainable solutions to close Africa’s infrastructure gap.
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IREI.Q database launches

by Andrea Zander | Feb 8, 2022

Institutional Real Estate, Inc., has launched its IREI.Q database. Although the database has been in the works for the past two years, the IREI data services department has been continually researching, populating and updating the data.
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J.P. Morgan builds sustainable growth private equity team

by Denise Moose | Jan 25, 2022

J.P. Morgan Asset Management announced a new sustainability-focused growth private equity investment team. The team will launch its first private equity strategy focused on investing in growth-stage private companies that drive resource efficiency and climate adaptation solutions across a range of industries.
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Transport groups urge Congress to support bipartisan infrastructure bill

by Released | Sep 29, 2021

NATSO, the national association representing truck stops, travel plazas and off-highway fuel retailers, along with SIGMA: America's Leading Fuel Marketers, and representatives of the convenience-store industry, urged members of Congress to support the bipartisan infrastructure bill, which lays the groundwork for private-sector investment in the future of transportation energy.
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The potential for partnership: The Biden infrastructure bill opens the door to new opportunities for private participation in infrastructure

by Drew Campbell | Aug 25, 2021

In the Biden era, and the Obama era before that, making the case for an expanded government role in America’s capitalist economy has been a priority. President Obama’s quip “you didn’t build that”, referencing how business and the private sector piggyback off of government investments in infrastructure, education and research, struck both a chord and a nerve and got to the heart of one of the country’s fundamental debates — what are the appropriate roles of government and private enterprise?
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PSERS expects 25% net return on investments in past year

by Kali Persall | Aug 6, 2021

The Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System (PSERS) is estimated to have a preliminary net investment return of more than 25 percent for the 2020–2021 fiscal year, according to Jason Davis, PSERS trustee and chair of the board’s investment committee.
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New Jersey loses challenge against state-owned land for $1b pipeline

by Andrea Zander | Jun 30, 2021

The $1 billion PennEast pipeline project by PennEast Pipeline Co. may proceed after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Third Circuit Court of Appeal’s 2018 ruling that project developers couldn't seize New Jersey–owned land for the pipeline.
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