Nordic Solar eyes DKK 1 billion of investment via new fund

Danish investment company Nordic Solar Energy is opening a new fund, and plans to raise an initial DKK 100 million of capital for it. The fund aims to invest around DKK 1 billion in mature solar projects.

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Nordic Solar Energy is gaining a new sister company in NSE Management — which intends to raise DKK 100 million (EUR 13.4 million) for a new investment fund targeting solar farms in an early development phase. The company's goal is to invest approximately DKK 1 billion within three to four years.

The new fund will be called Nordic Solar Global.

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