KLP sets up green infrastructure debt platform with global asset manager

Norway's largest pension company KLP is launching a "dark green" loan platform for green infrastructure projects with Macquarie Asset Management, and hopes other pension funds will also invest.

Chief Financial Officer of KLP Aage Schaanning. | Photo: KLP PR.

Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP) has agreed to create a green loan platform to finance green infrastructure projects with Macquarie Asset Management, the world's largest infrastructure manager, KLP announces.

Norway's largest pension company will invest USD 200m (EUR 164m) in a new fund targeting long-term loans in "dark green" infrastructure with zero or near-zero carbon emissions.

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