M&A in the power, utilities and renewables industry was undoubtedly dampened in the first half of 2020 not only by the global pandemic but also by sector-specific issues. However, deal makers are being kept on their toes by a rash of blank-check company filings, shifting utility and IPP strategies and outbreaks of investor activism, reports Taryana Odayar.

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