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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners acquires majority stake in Elgin Energy

Danish investment firm Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) says its majority stake in Elgin Energy will help the Irish solar developer to transition into an independent power producer (IPP).

Scotland gives green light for 1.5 GW of battery storage

UK-based Alcemi says it has obtained planning permission for the construction of 1.5 GW of battery energy storage system (BESS) projects in Scotland, developed in partnership with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP).


Danish renewables giant buys Australian megaproject

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has sharpened its focus on long-duration storage in Australia with the acquisition of the proposed Bowen Renewable Energy Hub project, which is expected to combine 1.4 GW of pumped hydro storage with huge solar and wind generation.


Spanish asset manager will run ‘Canada’s largest solar farm’

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has chosen Exus to manage the 700 MW Travers Solar Project.


CIP raises $700m in first close of new renewables fund

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners’ new fund, CIP New Markets Fund I K/S, will invest in renewable energy infrastructure, including solar, in countries throughout Latin America and Asia.

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