Pension fund uses "structual advantage" to start investing in electric car charging stations

Danish pension company Velliv has allocated a small amount to the expansion of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Germany. Head of alternative investments says another similar investment is in the pension provider's sights, adding that the firm is very keen to increasing its exposure to charging stations.

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Charging station infrastructure is one of the hottest topics in greening transportation. Numerous institutional investors are thus positive about the potential there, though few have actually invested in it.

One of the firms that has made the leap and invested is Danish pension company Velliv.

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