On a quarterly basis, Whitehelm publishes proprietary research on current issues facing the infrastructure sector, and addresses the potential implications and opportunities for clients as the issues relate to their investment portfolios
Kvitebjørn Varme is the district heating network in the city of Tromsø, the largest urban area in Norway inside the Arctic Circle. It produces more than 90 GWh of thermal energy annually, primarily from sustainable and low carbon generation technologies (including a modern 20MW waste to energy plant with an annual capacity of 56,000 tons). The heat is distributed through a network of 55km of underground pipes.
Sydney Airport is Australia’s largest airport and operates under a long-term lease from the Australian Government. The company develops and maintains the airport infrastructure, including car parking, and leases terminal space to airlines and retailers. Sydney Airport is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: SYD).
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE
Sustainable Energy Infrastructure (SEI) owns and manages a diversified portfolio of generation and compressed natural gas refuelling assets across Australia. The portfolio of assets includes over 70MW of cogeneration, biomass generation, biogas generation, CSM generation, and landfill generation facilities, as well as landfill flare facilities and compressed natural gas refuelling assets. The portfolio is underpinned by a range of long-term contracts, with the operations managed by a dedicated and multi-disciplinary team.
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