Taaleri Energia targets EUR 300 million for new solar, wind fund

Helsinki-based Taaleri Energia is fundraising for its fifth renewable energy fund -- and looking for EUR 300 million of investment capital. The aim is to close the fund within the next 12 months.

Finland'sTaaleri Energia is now on the hunt for investors in its new fund, SolarWind II -- the firm's fifth renewable energy fund.

Kai Rintala, managing director of Taaleri Energia Funds Management, tells AMWatch the fund’s target size is EUR 300 million and the aim is to close the fund within the next 12 months.

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