CIP raises billions in new energy fund

In just four months, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has filled its new energy fund with upwards of EUR 1.9 billion.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners' is aiming for a EUR 3 billion fund and it looks set to get its wish.

Although the fund, named Copenhagen Infrastructure III, will not close for investments until December, EUR 1.9 billion has already been raised. It took four months and Jakob Baruël Poulsen, Managing Partner at Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, explains that this is a milestone in the collection process.

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