Global Infrastructure Management has signed a non-binding term sheet with a potential buyer for its conventional and renewable energy development portfolio company Competitive Power Ventures.

A consortium led by Kenon Holdings subsidiary OPC Energy would pay about $700 million to $800 million for the company in the deal laid out in the term sheet, which was signed on September 15.

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