Energy Capital Partners (ECP) earlier this month announced that it had capital commitments and co-investments for its flagship ECP Fund IV totaling $6.8 billion.
Capital commitments totaled $3.3 billion, while ECP also raised an additional $3.5 billion for co-investment opportunities over the last two and a half years, the majority of which was for its landmark $17 billion take-private acquisition of Calpine Corporation in 2018, officials said.
Fund IV’s strategy of investing in infrastructure within the core sectors of natural gas power generation, renewables and storage solutions, midstream . . .
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