Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) is pleased to announce that it has successfully refinanced the debt of the Neerabup Power Station (Neerabup) with a 10.25 year, $252m senior debt facility. Neerabup is a 330 MW open-cycle gas fired power station located in Western Australia, and which is jointly owned by the Energy Infrastructure Trust (EIT) and […]

Infrastructure Capital Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Katherine Allchin to the board of Infrastructure Capital Holdings (ICH). Katherine brings to the board over 30 years of experience in senior executive positions in financial services sales and marketing. Katherine is a full-time non-executive director on the boards of Total Risk Management Limited […]

New capital commitments from the CEFC and Australian superannuation funds increases ICG’s renewable energy fund size to $540 million Australian infrastructure fund manager Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) has raised over A$150 million for its newly launched Australian Renewables Income Fund (ARIF), including a record investment from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC). The $100 million […]

Infrastructure Capital Group is pleased to announce that Hallett 4 Wind Farm (H4WF) has successfully completed the refinancing of its $338m senior debt facility. ICG’s managed Australian Renewables Income Fund (ARIF) owns 39.9% of H4WF. H4WF is a 63 turbine, 132.31MW wind farm that has been operating since December 2010 and is underpinned by a […]

Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) is pleased to announce the 2018 GRESB Infrastructure Results for its Diversified Infrastructure Trust (DIT) and Energy Infrastructure Trust (EIT). This year DIT again produced a top quartile GRESB result, ranking third out of 12 unlisted diversified infrastructure fund peers. EIT participated in the GRESB survey for the first time, ranking […]

Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) is pleased to announce that it has secured a landmark funding package for the refinancing of the $124 million loan to Mumbida Wind Farm (MWF), Energy Infrastructure Trust’s (EIT) 22 turbine, 55 MW wind farm which has been operational since 2013. Commonwealth Bank of Australia and BNP Paribas provided MWF with […]

Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) is pleased to advise the Diversified Infrastructure Fund (DIT) has, in partnership with Veolia, invested in the Springvale Water Treatment Plant (Springvale WTP). The Springvale WTP is being built under a 15 year Build Own Operate and Transfer contract to enhance the environmental outcome, and allow for the continued operation of […]

Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of Bald Hills Wind Farm – a 106.6MW, 52 turbine wind farm located approximately 140 south east of Melbourne. Bald Hills Wind Farm commenced operations in September 2015 and is backed by long-term contracts, including a 15-year Offtake Agreement with Alinta […]

Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG) is pleased to announce that it has acquired an additional 50% interest in Mumbida Wind Farm – a 55MW, 22 turbine wind farm located 40km southeast of Geraldton, Western Australia. ICG exercised pre-emptive rights to acquire this 50% from its partner Synergy, which takes Energy Infrastructure Trust’s total ownership to 100%. […]

Infrastructure Capital Group Ltd (ICG) announces that it has sold its 100% interest in ANZ Stadium to the NSW Government with completion occurring on 1 July 2016. This ends ICG’s ten-year association with ANZ Stadium and has provided very successful investment for ICG’s unitholders. ICG Ownership Period ICG’s Diversified Infrastructure Trust acquired ANZ Stadium in […]

Infrastructure Capital Group is pleased to announce that the Hallett Hill No 2. Wind Farm bond issue won the Best Green Bond Project of the Year Award for both the Asia region and Australia at The Asset Triple A Asia Infrastructure Awards. Hallett Hill is a 71MW, 34 turbine, wind farm located in mid‐north South […]

Infrastructure Capital Group, on behalf of the Diversified Infrastructure Trust, and AMP Capital, have executed key agreements with the Town of Port Hedland Council to lease the Port Hedland International Airport for 50 years. The transaction was previously approved at a special council meeting in August. Port Hedland International Airport is the gateway to Western […]

Author: Stella Farrington Source: Energy Risk | 30 Jul 2015 As energy companies face a tough time gaining access to capital, a growing number of them have found relief from infrastructure funds and other investors keen to snap up low-risk, low-yielding assets. Three such investors outline their approach. Meeting global energy needs requires a colossal amount of capital […]