KLP to invest significantly in renewable energy – commits another large sum to CIP

The major investor recently invested EUR 150m in what looks set to become the world's largest green fund with several ongoing projects. "Part of our group strategy," says KLP's director of risk and asset allocation.

This week, Norwegian pension company KLP announced that it is investing EUR 150m into the new fund Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners IV from Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP).

With the latest investment, KLP has invested NOK 6.5bn into the CIP funds since 2014.

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