InterContinental Energy (“ICE”) was founded in 2014 to focus on the development of large-scale renewable energy projects and long distance transmission. ICE founders and investors have decades of experience in all areas of energy and infrastructure investment throughout Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East. Both the senior management team of ICE and its investors have worked together in different capacities for over ten years and have extensive experience investing in and operating renewable energy, technology, and infrastructure projects and companies. ICE is a private company based in Hong Kong, with additional representatives and employees worldwide.

In concert with CWP Asia (the largest wind developer in Australia), Vestas (the world leader in sustainable energy solutions), and Macquarie Group (a global leader in green investment), ICE is developing the Asian Renewable Energy Hub: an 11-gigawatt wind and solar hybrid power plant in Western Australia’s East Pilbara region that will provide local supply as well as export its electricity production to Southeast Asia via subsea electrical cables. The outstanding Project wind and solar resources can deliver large-scale, stable and competitively priced renewable electricity and the Project team has extensive experience developing and building renewable energy projects in Australia, Indonesia, and around the globe. This proven track record, together with input from expert consultants, technology partners, and knowledgeable stakeholders including global leaders Prysmian and Swire Pacific, has resulted in a validated development and construction strategy.

Find out more about the Asian Renewable Energy Hub.