CIP launches green energy fund of up to EUR 13.4bn

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners aims to create the world's largest green energy fund. So far, investment pledges of DKK 11 billion have been given from players including Pension Danmark and AP Pension.

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New investments in green energy projects such as offshore, onshore wind and solar energy in Europe, North America and Asia worth up to DKK 100 billion (EUR 13.4 billion).

That's the plan presented by Danish fund Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), which on Tuesday launches the world's largest fund for climate-focused energy investments.

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