New pension alliance invests EUR 4bn in climate solutions

The three Danish pension companies and a Norwegian financial group have invested through a new fund offered by AIP Management.

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A new Danish climate fund with DKK 30bn (EUR 4bn) at its disposal is on the hunt for solar power farms, offshore wind facilities and other climate-friendly products on behalf of Danish pension companies and Norwegian investors.

PKA, Pensam and Akademikerpension have formed an alliance with Norwegian financial group Storebrand via infrastructure investment partnership AIP Management.

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