Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) expects to establish its eighth fund, CI Energy Transition Fund I, this quarter as the firm sees investor uptake on its unique strategies.
The CI Energy Transition Fund I will invest in infrastructure assets decarbonizing the fossil-based fuels and feedstock markets and facilitate the decarbonization of the hard-to-abate industries such as transportation, steel and chemicals processing.
The new prospective fund follows the final close of CIP’s global greenfield renewable energy fund that hit its hard cap of €7 billion ($8 billion) after reaching its original target size . . .
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