The Kayne Anderson Renewable Infrastructure Fund (KARIX) was launched this week with the aim to invest in companies that develop, build, own and operate the renewable power infrastructure necessary to transition to global power generation to a cleaner future.
The Los Angeles-based alternative asset management firm said that the fund is the latest in an expansion of the $30 billion firm’s renewable investing platform, which includes public and private infrastructure projects.
The fund is set to leverage Kayne Anderson’s two decades of experience as an energy infrastructure and seven years of experience . . .
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