CIP seeks five-fold growth up to 2030 with bold and ambitious targets

With Vestas' half-billion-euro investment, CIP can pursue several new technologies.

Photo: Søren Vendelbo/ERH

Vestas’ investment of EUR 500 million into Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) gives the Danish project developer and asset manager the opportunity to push down hard on the speeder.

Over the course of eight years, CIP has amassed EUR 14 billion in assets under management, but the firm now aims to grow that figure five-fold in the next ten years and land at EUR 75-100 billion.

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