APG and PGGM Infrastructure Fund to become new shareholders in Alpha Trains.
Globalvia is a leading Spanish owner and operator of road and rail concessions.
Globalvia has a diversified portfolio of concessions in terms of geographies (Europe, Latin America and USA) and revenue model (varying from availability based to real toll).
AWSA I is a toll-based 149km stretch of motorway, between the cities of Nowy Tomysl and Konin. It was initiated as part of a major long-term upgrade of the motorway and built and opened between 2000 and 2005. The A2 motorway is a key transport corridor across Poland. AWSA II is the extension of the A2 motorway from Nowy Tomysl, the western border of the AWSA I concession, to Swiecko at the German border with a total length of approximately 105 km. The key distinction of AWSA II is it’s availability based concession, which provides for more resilient cash flow profile.
ALIS (Autoroute de Liaison Seine-Sarthe), a French company, operates the 125km, 2x2 lane tolled motorway between Rouen and Alençon (A28) under a 62-year operations concession contract granted by the French State and maturing in December 2067.
LBC Tank Terminals
LBC Tank Terminals is one of the largest independent operators of bulk liquid storage terminals and the second largest independent chemical storage company in terms of global storage capacity. LBC Tank Terminals operates a network of 7 storage terminals in the US, Belgium, and The Netherlands, providing approximately 2.4 million m3 of bulk liquid storage capacity.
APRR Société des Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhon
Société des Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhône (APRR) is the second largest toll road network in France with a stable track record and operational history of over 30 year.
One Rail Australia
One Rail Australia is the third largest rail freight operator in Australia. The company's operations consist of dedicated coal transport from Glencore mines to the Port of Newcastle in the Hunter Valley, transport of containerised goods along the corridor between Adelaide and Darwin, and the transport of various bulk commodities (e.g. grain. iron ore) in the Adelaide region.
Alpha Trains is the leading rolling stock lessor in Continental Europe. 125 employees from 15 countries work in offices in Luxembourg, Antwerp, Cologne, Madrid and Paris. Alpha Trains owns more than 850 locomotives and passenger trains and offers tailor-made leasing solutions, comprehensive know-how in maintenance and vehicle repairs as well as long-term experience in the financing of new build projects. Alpha Trains' fleets are in use by many public and private operators in 19 European countries.
American Tower Corporation Europe
ATC Europe owns and manages telecommunication towers in Europe. The company leases tower space to telecom operators on the basis of long-term contracts. Each tower can host multiple tenants depending on the type of tower and equipment. The tenants install their own broadcasting equipment.
Eurofiber has been a provider of industry-leading open digital infrastructure since 2000. Eurofiber has an extensive fiberoptic network in the Netherlands, Belgium and France, as well as datacenters of its own in the Netherlands and France. Since 2000, Eurofiber has installed over 37,200 kilometers of fiberoptic cable, expanding its network by over 40 kilometers per week on average.
Energy & Utilities
Duquesne is the owner of Duquesne Light Company a transmission and distribution only electric utility in Pennsylvania and owner of DQE Communications owner and operator of the largest fibre optic network in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.
BUUK is active in the UK with constructing and owning last mile utility connections mostly comprising regulated gas and electricity, but also fibre, water, waste water and district heating. The company owns and operates over 30,000 networks serving more than 1 million homes and has a solid order book to build further connections for its clients - residential property developers who require connections for their new built homes and apartments.
Madrilena Red de Gas
Madrilena Red de Gas ('MRG') is the third largest natural gas distribution company in Spain, operating approximately 850.000 connections. It has perpetual licenses to serve 59 municipalities in the Community of Madrid. Its distribution network consists of 5.563 km of gas pipelines with operating pressures ranging from 0.03 to 4 bar for residential and commercial customers and above 4 bar for industrial customers.
SolarCity, a part of Tesla Energy since 2016, is one of the largest solar installers in the US. PGGM’s Solarcity portfolio consists of over 38.000 rooftop solar panel systems placed throughout 21 states in the US and equals 277 kW.
Walney Offshore Windfarms
Walney Offshore Windfarms Ltd owns 100% of two offshore wind farm projects known as Walney 1 and Walney 2 licensed as part of the UK’s Round 2 regulatory process for offshore wind farms. The windfarms are located in the eastern part of the Irish Sea, 14 km off the north west coast of England within British waters. Each wind farm consists of 51 Siemens 3.6 MW wind turbines resulting in 367.2 MW of total installed capacity. Walney 1 has been fully operational since July 2011 and Walney 2 has been fully operational since June 2012.
NOGAT owns a North Sea gas pipeline and a gas treatment plant in Den Helder, offering clients a route to market for North Sea natural gas. NOGAT transports gas from the northern part of the Dutch North Sea and processes the gas at the Den Helder gas treatment plant. After treatment, gas is injected in the Dutch gas grid. The NOGAT pipeline is operated by Neptune.
A 50% equity interest in a 934 MW portfolio of 5 utility-scale solar PV and onshore wind projects in the United States operated by EDF Renewable Energy. The projects started operating between 2017 and beginning of 2020 and are located in California, Nevada, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Iowa. All projects have Long term off-take agreements and are partially funded by tax equity financing.
Thames Water is the largest regulated water and wastewater service company in the UK, supplying on average 2.7 billion liters of drinking water each day to 10 million customers and treating 4.6 billion liters of sewage per day for 15 million customers in London and the Thames Valley.
Social & PPP
BAM PGGM PPP
PGGM and Royal BAM Group jointly own BAM PPP, a leading developer and operator of public infrastructure across Northwestern Europe. The company manages all aspects of Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects, from the design, construction and financing through to operations, maintenance and handback on Transport and Social Infrastructure projects across Europe and selected international markets.
UPP is UK's leading provider of on-campus residential & academic accommodation infrastructure with over 36,000 rooms in operation or under construction through long-term, bespoke partnerships with 15 world-leading universities.
Civis owns and operates a portfolio of health, education, accommodation and waste projects in UK and Ireland consisting largely of PPP / PFI concessions. The company currently has c. 20 projects in operation.
Bunnik / Zeist, the Netherlands, Royal BAM Group and Dutch pension fund service provider PGGM have reached conditional agreement on the key terms for the extension of the current partnership between PGGM Infrastructure Fund and BAM PPP.
Eurofiber welcomes pension investor PGGM as a new shareholder as Antin at the same time renews its commitment as majority shareholder, together partnering to support the next phase of Eurofiber’s growth