Industriens Pension plans expanding investments in EM renewable energy

To accommodate increasing electricity demand from developing countries over the next decade, Industriens Pension plans to increase investments in wind and solar energy. The pension fund has just invested DKK 1bn (EUR 134.4m) in an energy fund focusing on renewable energy projects in emerging markets.

Jan Østergaard, head of unlisted investments at Industriens Pension. | Photo: PRIndustriensPension

Industriens Pension is increasing its global investments in wind and solar energy with a DKK 1bn (EUR 134.4m) investment in an energy fund from the infrastructure investor Actis, focusing on renewable energy projects in emerging markets.

The new fund is aimed both at electricity generation and distribution.

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