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Peninsula Link is a 27-kilometre freeway located in South-East Melbourne connecting the suburbs of Frankston and Mount Martha. The project was procured under a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) which involved the design, construction in addition to the long-term maintenance and operation of the freeway. Peninsula Link commenced operations in 2013 and, given its structure as an availability PPP, is not subject to demand risk.
Yorkshire Water is the the fifth-largest water and sewerage company in the UK by both Regulatory Capital Value and by number of customers served. The business provides drinking water and sewage treatment for 5.0 million customers in the Yorkshire region, in the North East of England.
Oaklands Hill is a 63MW wind farm located in Victoria, Australia. Its revenues are underpinned by a 25-year energy offtake agreement with AGL Energy. AGL is also responsible for the O&M of the wind farm under a 25-year agreement. There is no merchant risk with full output contracted under the terms of the PPA to AGL Energy.
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