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Sustainable Infrastructure Awards

Asia faces immense requirements for infrastructure, which requires the public sector partnering with the private sector to fill the gap. Infrastructure is a vital ingredient necessary to sustain economic development. Numerous hurdles need to be overcome, not least in developing bankable projects, and also to structure deals that can be sold into the capital markets.

According to Asian Development Bank, infrastructure needs in developing Asia and the Pacific will exceed US$22.6 trillion through 2030, or US$1.5 trillion per year. The estimates rise to over US$26 trillion, or US$1.7 trillion per year, when climate change mitigation and adaptation costs are incorporated.

A growing segment of infrastructure in the region is on renewable projects. Whether they are energy-related and/or linked to ESG, these trendsetting projects are defining a new phase in infrastructure finance that takes into consideration the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.

Partnering with the private sector in so-called PPP (Public-Private Partnership) scheme have also taken off and are showing promising results. As well, the low interest-rate environment is spurring institutional and private investors to consider taking stakes in viable projects. Infrastructure is now an asset class within the alternatives investment universe.

The Asset, in support of the importance of infrastructure to the region's future, shines the spotlight on this sector with The Asset Triple A Sustainable Infrastructure Awards. The awards will honour the institutions and the deals in Asia that made a difference during the review period covering January to December each year.

The results will be published in an issue of The Asset and in TheAsset.com. Our best wishes and looking forward to receiving your submissions.

 
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Siemens Bank
SBI Capital Markets
EY Ford Rhodes
Cathay United Bank
GuarantCo
PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
AmBank Islamic
AmInvestment Bank
Export-Import Bank of Thailand
RCBC Capital Corporation
BDO Capital & Investment Corporation
PT Penjaminan & Infrastruktur Indonesia
KKR
Moody’s Investors Service
UOB
Japan International Cooperation Agency
Natixis
ING
Societe Generale
DBS
HSBC
International Finance Corporation
Asian Development Bank
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Chow Shining Energy Public Company Limited - Chow Energy Public Company Limited with UOB
Winchai Company - Nova Empire Public Company Limited with UOB
Tailem Bend II - Vena Energy with DBS, ING and Siemens Bank
MacIntyre Wind Farm Pty Ltd - Acciona Energia with HSBC
Sydney Airport Finance Company - Global Infrastructure Partners with HSBC and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Ambient Bidco Pty Ltd with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, UOB and HSBC
Bhola-2 Power Project - Actis Energy Fund 5 via Bridgin Power with DBS, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency
Navi Mumbai International Airport Private Limited - Adani Enterprises, Adani Airport Holdings with SBI Capital Markets and State Bank of India
Hindustan Urvarak & Rasayan Limited with SBI Capital Markets
Adani Solar Energy Jaisalmer One Private Limited - Adani Green Energy and Adani Enterprise
New China Water (Nanjing) Renewable Resources Investment Company with International Finance Corporation
Widex Group Holdings and Widex Solar Asset Holding - PAG with Natixis Investment Managers
X-Elio Energy - KKR with ING
Lendlease Data Centre Partners - Lendlease Data Centre Partners with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Jeonnam Offshore Wind Power Company - Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners with Societe Generale and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Iontree Company - Hartree Partners Singapore Pte Ltd with HSBC and Cathay United Bank
Taiwan Cube Energy - I Squared Capital with Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking
Zhao Young Company - BlackRock Global Renewable Power III Fund with HSBC
PT Amman Mineral Industri - Medco Group with DBS and UOB
PT Medco E&P Malaka and PT Medco E&P Tomori Sulawesi - PT Medco Energi Internasional with ING, Bank#UOB#Indonesia, Bank DBS Indonesia, Gibson and Dunn & Crutcher
JAKS Solar Nibong Tebal - JAKS Resources with AmInvestment Bank, AmBank Islamic and UOB Malaysia
Frontier Towers Associates Philippines - KKR with BDO Capital & Investment Corporation and BDO Unibank
San Miguel Aerocity - San Miguel Corporation with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and HSBC
Arthaland Corporation with BDO Capital & Investment Corporation
BCG-SP Solar 1 - Singapore Power International with UOB
BIM Wind Power Joint Stock Company - ACEN Corporation with Asian Development Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Cathay United Bank and Japan International Cooperation Agency
ReNew Surya Roshini Private Limited - ReNew Power Private Limited, Mitsui & Company with Natixis Corporate & Investment Banking, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Societe Generale, DBS and Siemens Bank
Renewable Energy Sponsor of the Year (Asia-Pacific) Vena Energy