CIP raises EUR 5-7bn for green infrastructure

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is in the process of raising EUR 5-7 billion for a new new green infrastructure fund.

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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) continues to expand and has covertly started to raise a sum of roughly EUR 5-7 billion.

According to Finans' sources, the infrastructure fund and developer is currently in talks with several of its investors including compatriot pension company Pensiondanmark about starting a new fund to invest in green infrastructure such as offshore wind and solar farms.

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