CIP after raising EUR 810m for new fund: "We are incredibly upbeat about it"

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is throwing itself into a new venture with a fund that will invest in new green technologies like Power-to-X. Partner Steen Lønberg Jørgensen believes the time is right.

The airline industry is lagging behind when it comes to the green transition. | Photo: Thomas Borberg

New climate solutions for the transportation and agricultural sector can look forward to an EUR 810m (DKK 6bn) boost.

Danish fund manager Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has launched a brand new fund, which will target technologies in sectors that are lagging behind when it comes to climate considerations.

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