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U.S. apartment construction still booming

by Mike Consol | Aug 24, 2021

For the fifth-consecutive year, apartment construction is expected to exceed 300,000 units in 2021. Housing developers are set to bring 334,000 new apartments to market this year, despite the economy being stymied by the COVID-19 pandemic, workforce shortages and increased costs for building materials.
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USDA pours $26m into biofuel infrastructure

by Kali Persall | Aug 23, 2021

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has invested $26 million to build infrastructure that will expand the availability of higher-blend renewable biofuels by 822 million gallons annually in 23 states.
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Smart port market to surpass $5b by 2026

by Kali Persall | Aug 23, 2021

The global smart port market is projected to grow from its current $1.7 billion to $5.1 billion by 2026, according to a recent report.
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PRP makes $2b in net lease office and logistics deals

by Released | Aug 23, 2021

PRP, an investment management firm focused on credit net-lease investments, has agreed to acquire a series of logistic properties and data center land sites nationwide and sell several net-lease office investments for a total consideration of $2 billion. 
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Space-based solar power concept gains momentum

by Mike Consol | Aug 20, 2021

Space-based solar power — which, in theory, could produce a global supply of affordable, inexhaustible, clean energy — appears to have captured the imagination and commitment of public and private organizations around the world.
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EQT Infrastructure funds co-invest in EdgeConneX

by Kali Persall | Aug 19, 2021

EQT Infrastructure V and EQT Infrastructure IV have agreed to co-invest in EdgeConneX, a data center platform offering a combination of hyperscale and edge data centers.
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EPA Administrator announces $168m in water investments in Bay Area

by Released | Aug 17, 2021

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Michael S. Regan joined Silicon Valley Clean Water Commission chair Alicia Aguirre, Oro Loma Board president Rita Duncan and other local officials to announce Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loans totaling $168 million for water system upgrades in Redwood City, Calif.
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