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How to take US-India energy cooperation to the next level

Both nations need to jointly seek to shore up efficiency improvement and productivity gains in energy economy.


Feb 28, 2020, 01.13 AM IST



CPPIB looks to go big on ReNew as Goldman cuts stake

An existing investor, CPPIB is looking to raise its stake to over 40% by buying an additional 24% stake from Goldman Sachs Group, which had backed firstgeneration entrepreneur Sumant Sinha to create a green energy platform in 2011 with a $200 million commitment. The Wall Street investment bank is currently the largest shareholder with a 48% stake.

CPPIB leads race to buy Ashoka Concessions for Rs 5,500 crore

Several companies were on the run to acquire Ashoka Concessions for an enterpri...

Canada's CPPIB to invest $600 million in NIIF Master Fund

NIIF is India’s first sovereign wealth fund that was set up by the Government of In...

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