CIP investor base goes global as energy transition fund reaches hard cap

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has reached the hard cap of its Power-to-X fund. Partner and Head of Investor relations Thomas Kønig tells AMWatch about how the manager has developed over its decade in business.

Thomas Kønig, Partner at Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and responsible for investor relations. | Photo: PIROSCHKA VAN DE WOUW/REUTERS / X06750 & PR/ CIP

On Wednesday, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) announced that its Power-to-X (PtX) fund CI Energy Transition Fund (CI ETF I) had reached its hard cap of EUR 3bn.

CI ETF I will invest in Power-to-X projects with total CAPEX significantly exceeding the fund size of EUR 3bn.

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