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Insights into Bankable PPAs - Could PPAs drive the Energy Transition?

Event Summary: February 20th, 2024

2024 Emerging Trends in Infrastructure

Article: February 2nd, 2024

Charting a bold future: UK's civil nuclear roadmap to 2050

Article: January 25th, 2024

ESG Trends to Watch

Article: January 25th, 2024

COP28: What Businesses Need to Know

Article: January 15th, 2024

Decarbonisation of Heat in Europe

Article: November 30th, 2023

Mobilizing Capital for South-Southeast Asia's Renewable Energy Sector

Event Summary: November 16th, 2023

Where Energy Markets Fail, Could Energy as a Service be a Solution?

Event Summary: November 14th, 2023

Teaming Up For The Energy Transition in Europe - Smart Cooperations

Presentation Slides: November 7th, 2023

Green Hydrogen and the Energy Market

Presentation Slides: November 1st, 2023

Energy Transition Pathways – Roadmap for ASEAN

Event Summary: October 26th, 2023

Powering Change: Opportunities for Investment in Energy Transition in Belgium

Presentation Slides: October 23rd, 2023

Development of Electricity Storage in Poland

Presentation Slides: October 11th, 2023

Future Forces 2023: The Megatrends Shaping Infrastructure Businesses

Article: September 26th, 2023

Construction for Energy Infrastructure and Energy Projects in Sweden and the Nordics

Presentation Slides: September 19th, 2023

Hard Infrastructure Investment in Africa - Still Dragging its Feet

Article: September 10th, 2023

Financing the Quest for Net Zero: Building the Supply Chain

Article: July 24th, 2023

Clean Energy Transition and Green Hydrogen in Africa

Article: June 28th, 2023

Financing Ireland's Net Zero Ambition

Event Summary: June 14th, 2023

Time for UK Infrastructure to Pick Up Pace

Article: June 7th, 2023

Investment In Green Energy Infrastructure

Report: May 1st, 2023

The Need for Resilience on Infrastructure Projects

Report: May 1st, 2023

Pakistan’s Energy Sector | Vicious Cycle & Fiscal Crisis

Article: April 28th, 2023

Greening Real Estate - Energy Efficiency Series

Report: April 27th, 2023

Natural Capital and Biodiversity Loss

Event Summary: April 25th, 2023

Bio-Fuels - The Pathway to Sustainable Transportation

Presentation Slides: April 17th, 2023

G20 Blueprint for Scaling Up InfraTech Financing and Development

Report: February 28th, 2023

Infra Investment Capsule with Laura Sandys, Challenging Ideas

Video: February 14th, 2023

Can Africa Clean Up with Green Hydrogen?

Article: January 4th, 2023

Innovation and Technology Will Help Decarbonise Infrastructure

Article: November 10th, 2022

UK Infrastructure Bank’s Strategic Plan (2022)

Report: June 27th, 2022

How Net Zero is Changing Transport Investment

Report: May 5th, 2022

A Recovering Planet Requires Smarter Business

Article: February 3rd, 2022

Typical Hydrogen Project and What Makes a Project?

Video: January 8th, 2022

Colours of Hydrogen and the Road Towards a Low-carbon Economy

Video: January 8th, 2022

Uses of Hydrogen

Video: January 8th, 2022

What Is Hydrogen?

Video: January 8th, 2022

An Investor’s Perspective on the UK’s Net Zero Strategy

Article: November 3rd, 2021

Scaling up Green Hydrogen in Europe

Report: July 19th, 2021

The Green Recovery Report

Report: June 7th, 2021

Working Groups

Rail Needs Assessment

With HS2 Phase 1 now given the green light, the UK National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) issued a call for evidence, seeking views from stakeholders to help the government draw up an Integrated Rail Plan for the Midlands and the North.

IPFA submitted our response on 29 May, prepared by our esteemed working group members and kindly chaired by Simon Kirby at Nichols Group. Following the link below to view our submission.

RAB Model

IPFA put together a working group to respond to the BEIS consultation on the vialibility of a ‘Regulated Asset Base’ (RAB) model for new nuclear projects.

The UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is seeking views from stakeholders on a nuclear regulated asset based (RAB) model and its high-level design principles, including the risk-sharing arrangements. The assessment concluded that a RAB model has potential to maximise value for money for consumers and taxpayers. Their consultation sought views from stakeholders on how a nuclear RAB model could be implemented, incorporating its high level design principles and possible approaches to risk-sharing, resulting in a low cost to consumers.

UK Infrastructure Finance Review

As part of the government’s review of infrastructure finance, the HM Treasury and Infrastructure & Projects Authority have issued a consultation on how best to support private investment in infrastructure.

The review looked at the government’s tools for supporting private investment, and how they are delivered, in the context of the UK’s changing relationship with the European Investment Bank. The consultation ran for 8 weeks until the 5 June 2019 submission date.

Follow the link below to view IPFA’s response to the HM Treasury and IPA’s Infrastructure Finance Review Consultation.

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